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New Paperback Release for Mungai and the Goa Constrictor

In Books, Teen Fiction, Young Adult Fiction on March 5, 2012 at 1:07 pm

Sometimes we want more than an electronic copy of a book.

Mungai and the Goa Constrictor Book CoverWe may want something more tangible and durable. Something we can keep on our bookshelves at home and something we can lend to our friends and family, simply by handing it over!

For these reasons Mungai and the Goa Constrictor has now been released in paperback, especially for those who prefer a little more than the limitations of  technology.

Find your copy here:

https://www.createspace.com/3774414

Amazon.com http://goo.gl/AzQdz

For Kindle version and to read all 5 star reviews go to Amazon  http://goo.gl/iOeV7

Review – “A Fable That Packs a Powerful Punch”

In Book Reviews, Books, Teen Fiction, Young Adult Fiction on March 3, 2012 at 3:50 pm
5.0 out of 5 stars “A Fable That Packs a Powerful Punch”, March 3, 2012
(Clarkston, Georgia United States)
This review is from: Mungai and the Goa Constrictor (Kindle Edition)

Kudos for Amelia Curzon and her impressive fable, “Mungai and the Goa Constrictor”!

Like the other reviewers of this work, I haven’t read an animal fable in years. The last I enjoyed was a film of “Charlotte’s Web” and a while before that, I read and taught “Animal Farm.” Truly, Curzon crafts an unforgettable story that speaks to the soul, reminding us to think for ourselves, to look inward for inspiration that drives us in life and to fearlessly turn back if we find ourselves heading down a path that doesn’t feel right.

Readers, this is a story for older children and, perhaps, keenly intelligent 12 to 13-year-olds. The vocabulary will send young readers running for a dictionary, although that is a good thing. The web of intrigue the mysterious Mungai and his sidekick Goa set for the charmingly sweet, albeit gullible, creatures is what could happen Anywhere in the Universe, if people do not learn to look beyond slick words and ill-wrought intentions of those who want to slither through life looking to live comfortably from the fruits of others’ labor.

I love the fate Curzon culls for both Mungai and Goa at the tale’s end! Read it for yourself to discover the hidden treasures and subterfuge taking place under lush jungle and woodland foliage.

Great literature teachers are going to have a delightful time creating learning centers and novel maps and an array of writing assignments for this book! Well done, Curzon!

March 3rd, 2012

View review on Amazon.com at http://goo.gl/iOeV7

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