Lexie World is all about caring for the environment, from the perspective of a 5 year old girl and her two big sisters. Given that I based this book on the imagination of my own little Lexie, I’m very excited to announce that it is a finalist in the Global e-Book Awards for Children Literature Fiction. We find out the winner on Aug. 20th. Eeep!
Written for lower-grade readers age 4-9, Lexie World is getting rave reviews by adults and kids alike.
“Lexie World was fun to read. I learned we need to take care of our things and our Earth. I REALLY love unicorns and I’m glad it had unicorns that talked. They were my favorite. I liked Lexie, too. I think all kids would like this story. It’s magical. It’s fun. Kids can help the Earth, too, by picking up and cleaning up. I liked the pictures. The pictures were pretty.” –Callie, 8 years old, 5 stars
“This is the best book I have ever read. It teaches a lesson that all kids should learn. It is a magical story that was very intesting to read.” A Kid’s Review on Amazon, 5 stars
“I read this with my eight year old daughter. She struggles with reading and so reading anything just isn’t fun for her. But, with Lexie World, she enjoyed reading and asked to read every night together. It was a slow process, because of her struggles, but she accomplished it and can’t wait to read the rest of the books in the series.” Angela Scott, Author, 5 stars
About Lexie World
“Oh my goodness!” The crunching and grinding got louder. So loud, I knew it couldn’t be just us.
My hands shook and my feet stopped working right. I didn’t want to look behind me.
Then something smacked me in the back of my head! My eyes got all cloudy with tears.
I looked behind me. Big mistake….
In the first book of the enchanting children’s special edition trilogy, The Three Lost Kids, Lexie and her sisters discover Lexie World, a beautiful world that’s being destroyed by Garbage Goblins. To save the world, Lexie, her sisters, their faithful dog TayTay, and their new Unicorn friend must travel over the Waters of Waste, climb the Mountain of Lost Clothes, and retrieve the Mirror of Ice.
Through the journey, 5-year-old Lexie learns about courage, and about how to care for the earth.
With exquisite full color illustrations by Josh Evans, this lower-grade chapter book will engage readers from 4 to 9 years old in its magic and fun!
Look for the rest of the Three Lost Kids Trilogy–Bella World and Maddie World (coming soon)–if you like enchanted Dragons, Fairies, and more adventures through magical worlds with great life lessons for kids!
To learn more, go to ThreeLostKids.com