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The Tales of the Magical Rocking Chair:Book Two: MacKenzies Magical Rocking Horse and The Flower Friends

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Grandmother Mamonona is an artist. She paints a special rocking horse for her second grandchild, MacKenzie for her First Birthday. MacKenzie (Kenzie) travels to the Land of Creation with her sister Kylee on her Magical Rocking Horse. They meet a scary black balloon called Baphomet. The Flower Friends (who are flowers disguised as virtues) come to help the children solve ...more
Kindle Edition, 40 pages
Published September 22nd 2014
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Barbara Ann
Dec 02, 2014 Barbara Ann rated it really liked it
This is the first book in a series intended for children ages six through eight and is written from a Christian perspective. It is narrated by Angel Gracie. Kylee is about to celebrate her first birthday. Her grandmother, Mamonona, wishes to share a very special gift with Kylee. a rocking chair specially painted for her with colors, shapes and designs. On its seat lay a special butterfly with an empty space in one of its wings. When Kylee inquires about it, Mamonona answers that it will be her ...more
Melanie P. Smith
Mar 22, 2015 Melanie P. Smith rated it it was amazing
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Very Well Done!

This is the first book I have read by Maranne D’Amico. The story was creative and had enough adventure to keep children entertained. The artwork was vibrant and eye catching. I really liked that this book had a moral story to it. It teaches children about adversity, faith and courage. Lessons that are often overlooked in modern times.

Melanie P. Smith
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Maryann D'amico rated it it was amazing
Nov 22, 2014
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