Lia Ginno

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Childrens author of magic & adventure.

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Books of Magical Adventures

You can also find liaginno on
www.legends-liaginno.co.uk facebook, twitter, Amazon, Google, Barnes and Noble, Waterstones.

eBooks, Paperbacks, Quizzes, Colouring Pages and FREE books and worksheets

NEW RELEASE December 5th 2016

CHILLING CHIMING RHYMING

Beautiful illustrated, rhymes and story with games. Paperback - £3.99 intro offer.
Rhyming is a fun way to play with words. It tunes children's ears to different sounds making them aware that words share bits of sounds. Research has proved how it improves reading and spelling.

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ALIEN INVESTIGATION TEAM ANSWERS on colouring and quizzes page.

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New Writers UK Book Festival 2010 416

Reviews

The Legends trilogy
Inca Crystals (book 1)

Review by
Zimbio Media/News publishing

A book that should be read by those interested in people having unusual abilities and it makes you believe in the unexplainable. All though this is the author's first book I am sure she will do another. It is as good, better ( and less complicated) than good old Harry! Who else has read it and what do you think?
It tells of a teenager who has not met her Father since little and feels unloved by him. Very emotive! But after she meets him and her new family her heart starts mending. Of course, she has a great Mum and Grandparents - you look at the older generation differently. The story itself slowly develops - but each chapter keeps you interested and wanting to find out what happens next. It is set in Cornwall a place that is real compared to Hogwarts, in fact, the whole book is an exciting fairytale but in the real world. Most books like Narnia, Lord of the Rings, etc. are set in 'magic lands' this one is not and it makes a great change. When I next visit Cornwall, I intend to look up these mystical places.

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The Gallant Three

By Jan Deykin
Families Online Magazine

We enjoyed this detective mystery with its distinctive characters. Amy is a determined girl used to getting her way since she became deaf after an illness, and this shines through the first person narration. Her friend Charlie (short for Chadna) is in a wheelchair and Sam is bullied for being chubby: this book aims to put children with disabilities into the heart of the action and manages to do so successfully without tokenism. The suggested reading age is 7 – 10 and my 9- year- old daughter felt that the story was exciting. We gave it a Families rating of 4 out of 6.

Both of these books are now FREE on Smashwords CLICK the above button.

FREE - FREE Another free story to download from my website on page titled - FREE STORY.

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