Tree House Books: Advice from a Modern Faery

‘Tis the 3rd Annual 31 Days of TreeHouse Treasures!

Stop by TreeHouse each day in December to discover a new TreeHouse Treasure. Treasures include Special Celebrations, Sales, Savings & Crafty Magical Surprises! Details for each day of the month can be found at ashlandhchildrensbooks.com on the Calendar Page.

Celebrate December at TreeHouse with The Secret Book Club!

12/6 First Friday Lantern Luminata hosted by SBC  4-6pm
12/13 Secret World Potions & Elixirs 4-6pm  (Bring $3 for supplies)
12/20 Winter Portal Opens! 4-6pm

We are continuing to write the stories of the Secret Book Club on our secret website’s storytelling engine during our beta test of the storyworld software.  Email us or stop by TreeHouse Books to meet LadyJane & Cynthia Ravenwich.  (We recommend this club experience for kids ages 10 and up.)

Coming in January! The Portal Games
Kick off 2014 with the first of the monthly Portal Games.  The Portal Games are The Secret Book Club’s community-wide Treasure Hunt into the Secret World. When The Secret Book Club kids opened the Time Travel Portal at Ashland Springs Hotel in 2013, they discovered the Time Travel Artifact. January’s 31-day Time Turning Device is available at TreeHouse Books and can be used to set your intentions (aka resolutions) and play your way to the best January ever. Stop by TreeHouse to get yours now!

TreeHouse Golden Acorn List for December:

Starlight Sailor, by James Mayhew, Illustrated by Jackie Morris – Boardbook for ages 2-5. A gentle bedtime story of a boy in a paper sailboat, dreaming of magical creatures.  Published by Barefoot Books, one of our favorite publishers.
Dream Animals – A Bedtime Journey, by Emily Winfield Martin – ages 2-5 Gorgeous illustrations of children and all manner of creatures from air, land and sea.  Emily lives in Portland, Oregon.
The Festival of Stones ~ Autumn and Winter Tales of Tiptoes Lightly, by Reg Down – ages 5 and up. “Capturing the inner mood of nature during autumn and winter, these lavishly illustrated tales are reverent, humorous and sacred.” (publisher quote)
The Time Fetch, by Amy Herrick – ages 9-12 A perfect blend of fantasy and science for the Winter Solstice.  A magical tale of time & space, friendship, and adventure!  We love this book!
Fangirl, by Rainbow Rowell – ages 13-18 A coming-of-age story about a girl who loves to write fan fiction.  If you liked Eleanor & Park by this author, you’ll love this one too like we do!
The Divergent Series, by Veronica Roth – ages 14-17 An intelligent distopian story that examines courage, family, honesty, compassion, loyalty, and what it means to be human. – TreeHouse Wizard & Co-owner Dirk’s pick.

Ask LadyJane: treehousesecretbookclub@gmail.com
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