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P.J. le Pooch & the Magic Sketchbook Paperback – September 1, 2016
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"HIGHLY RECOMMENDED." 4/4 STARS "A good lesson in friendship. ... Although the characters are female, this book would be enjoyed by both girls and boy and would be an excellent choice for school, public and personal libraries." - Deborah Mervold, Reviewer, CM: Canadian Review of Materials, April 14, 2017
"Morri Mostow has written a charming book for young readers about a girl and her dog. A story about friendship and family, it is set lovingly in the beautifully rendered Eastern Townships of Quebec. Its gentle tone will delight readers of all ages."- Carol Matas, author of Who Am I?, a sci-fi thriller for middle grades, and Tucson Jo, a 2014 National Jewish Books Awards Finalist
"Lively, modern, quick paced and gently laced with French words. Also, bits of magic appear in just the right places. A charmer." - Nancy Beal, author of The Art of Teaching Art to Children
"A charming 'girl-meets-dog-and-the-fun-begins' story set in a delightful town in Quebec. Who wouldn't fall in love with Millie-with her compassion, friendliness, and drive to create an idyllic world in her small town?" - Elle Maxell, author of 24-Carat Murder
About the Author
A former Reader’s Digest researcher/writer and a co-owner of BizNet Communications, Morri Mostow is the founder and publisher of Fictive Press, a digital publisher of print-on-demand and ebook titles for readers of all ages. P.J. le Pooch & the Magic Sketchbook is Fictive Press’s fourteenth title. Morri and her husband, Doug Long, an author (The Fool Who Invented Kissing, Fictive Press, 2012) and songwriter, live with their cat and visiting wildlife on Gabriola Island in British Columbia’s Salish Sea. Visit FictivePress.com for a complete list of titles and Fictive Press authors.
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Millie McTwitter is determined to keep her dog while other interests push against her. Her mother, her aunt, her friend, her friend's father and other characters are wonderfully drawn. When money "disappears" there is a turnabout and several sub plots are tied together in loving resolution. The book is lively, modern, quick paced and gently laced with French words. Also, bits of magic appear in just the right places. A charmer.
by Nancy Beal, author of The Art of Teaching Art to Children