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Someone for Sasquatch is a children's fantasy adventure tale by Jeanne Moran. Periwinkle Giggletwirls is a Friendship Fairy who stumbles upon an ingenious way to form a bond of friendship between two humans, a method resolutely scoffed at by Master Carmine Valentine. He prefers to stay within the rules of the Fairy Code of Conduct and sticks to using magic arrows to connect humans. Challenged by Father Time and Mother Nature to show which method works better, Peri and Carmine head to the Human Realm masquerading as a father-daughter duo to help Sasquatch find love and a friend. But a mysterious group of humans is working toward something that will spell disaster for all Cryptid species. In a race against time, will Peri and Carmine be able to help Sassie and thwart the danger once and for all?
Hop on for a magical adventure with Someone for Sasquatch. Jeanne Moran's fantastical tale is a treat for middle-grade fantasy lovers featuring the likes of fairies, trolls, goblins, and many more magical creatures. The plot moves at a blistering pace, and you won't be surprised to finish the book in a single sitting. With colorful characters who leap off the pages and some thoroughly captivating worldbuilding, Moran holds our attention from the first page to the last. Peri and Carmine's banter and back-and-forth got a chuckle or two out of me. Overall, it's a wholesome tale filled with whimsy and wonder, and if you enjoy fantasy, this will be right up your alley.