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Eleanor Mason receives a book as a Christmas present which whisks her away to a fairytale world called Nightshade Forest. You would think living a fairytale would be fun, but in Nightshade Forest things are not what they should be. Yes, there are dwarfs, fairies, goblins, and other strange creatures, as well as a queen and a young prince. But the magic in the kingdom is not working right, and then the prince goes missing. Eleanor helps new friends, Milo and Elfie, to search for the prince and a magic crystal with the hopes to set the enchanted world right again. Will they succeed? You’ll have to read Nightshade Forest in the Eleanor Mason’s Literary Adventures by Nikki Mitchell to find out.
Nightshade Forest by Nikki Mitchell is book one in the Eleanor Mason Literary Adventures series. Written for children in the age range of nine to eleven years old, it has the endearing focus on magic and fairytales readers of that age love, with the addition of a mystery to solve. The short chapters, imaginary scenes, and characters pull the reader in. Nikki’s author page on Amazon has an amazing video that shares the theme and plot of the story and I encourage you to view it. Anyone who loves the Chronicles of Narnia will connect to this story. You’ll fall for it as easily as falling through a book or a wardrobe into a magical world. Pick up the book and make a visit today.