Advice from a Modern Faery

Presto Manifesto!  That is what we call our wishes, intentions & resolutions in the Secret World and the Secret Book Club.   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.  We invite everyone to join us in learning the mystery of this Time Travel Portal and how to name your own Presto Manifesto.

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

Celebrate January at TreeHouse with The Secret Book Club!
1/3/13 First Friday Artwalk Celebration – Fun for all ages 4pm to 6pm
CLOSED FOR INVENTORY Monday 1-6 thru Monday 1-13
1/17/13 Secret Book Club 4pm-5pm (kids 10 and up)
1/24/13 Secret Book Club 4pm-5pm (kids 10 and up)
1/31/13 Secret Book Club 4pm-5pm (kids 10 and up)

TreeHouse Golden Acorn List for January:
Baby Loves Winter! by Karen Katz Board book for ages 1-2. A fun Lift-The-Flap Book that celebrates the joys of winter for the youngest book lovers.
Please Bring Balloons, by Lindsay Ward – ages 3-5. Whimsical illustrations help tell the story of a girl and a polar bear that leaves the carousel to take her on a nighttime adventure.
Because of Mr. Terupt, by Rob Buyea – ages 8-12. An amazing story about love and forgiveness, (told by many voices as in the book Wonder); beautiful and deep.
The Girl Who Soared Over Fairyland and Cut the Moon in Two (Fairyland #3), by Catherynne M. Valente – ages 10 and up. As I am writing this review I have only read one third of the book!  But, I am confident enough to recommend this third book in the series because the other 2 were awesome and I want you to know it’s here!
Every Day, by David Levithan ages 12 and up. Every morning “A” wakes up in a different person’s body, in a different person’s life, learning over the years to never get too attached, until…Read this book to find out why this story is so amazing and can stretch’s one’s capacity to understand true love. Excellent!

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