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Title:  The Legend Of The Lost Tiki

Author: Jan E. Culbertson

Publisher:  Bookstand Publishing

Reviewer: W. H. McDonald, Jr. – AAA Founder

A Delightful Young Person’s Adventure Book

Jan Culbertson has come up again with a great children’s book for those middle age children around 9 to 14 years old. His latest effort in a fine series of “Legend” books is called “The Legend Of The Lost Tiki.” It involves the adventures of two sisters who go off to Hawaii and find a lost artifact.

The writing will hold the imagination of junior high school children and those who are good readers who are younger. The style is moving and action filled. The author allows the young reader to place themselves in the shoes of our young heroes through the way he weaves the storyline and the unfolding of the plot. I also think that this would be a good book to be read to children by adults or by older children.

I continue to be amazed at the vivid imagination of Culbertson. His books run the gamut of themes and genre. This book will make a wonderful gift for those young people in your life who you want to hook on reading books. It is just a little over 80 pages long and the vocabulary is not too difficult. Each page has lots of movement and the plot unfolds rather quickly.

I give this book my recommendation. It receives our children’s book rating of Five Teddy Bears!

Visit the author's website at: www.jansbooks.com

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