Friday, November 30, 2012

Giveaway/Review: MR. HOOKUMBACKER AND THE YELLA YELLA YUM YUM TREE by Richard Silverton

Book Description

 February 21, 2012
Mr. Hookumbacker and the Yella Yella Yum Yum Tree is a children's adventure story. The Forest of the Cracking Stone is full of wonder and natural beauty. It is also a place of magic as well as honey tickles, bumbletums, sapling shines and a kindly old tree master called Mr. Hookumbacker.

When the sapling shine Holly Shallina leaves the safety of the Forest of the Cracking Stone, she becomes trapped in the ground by the first rays of the rising sun. Holly's friends Buddy Trix, Cherry Petals and Shubbie Willows ask for Mr. Hookumbacker's help. When he agrees a race against time begins. Together they must journey far away to find a Yella Yella Yum Yum tree. Their journey takes them to a forbidden wood full of grubble wig and needle node weeds and on to the Forest of the Falling Waters. From there they must return with enough time to save Holly Shallina.



I am a lover of nature and all its splendor.  I sometimes marvel at how amazing everything in nature is, from the tiniest insect to the largest of trees.  In Mr. Hookumbacker and the Yella Yella Yum Yum Tree, nature is showcased in all is beauty, but also in all the mystery and magic that I believe is hidden within our world.  The book highlights the importance of taking care of our forests and our world, but it also sparks imagination in both adults and children with adventure, fun characters (with super cute and fun names) and a bit of suspense.  I really enjoyed it and rate it 4 stars!  I cannot wait til my boys are older and they can read this fun book for themselves!  


About the author:  My career as an author has slowly emerged during the time I have spent on the road touring Spain as a blues musician. I consider myself most fortunate to have a creative mind which enjoys the delicious avenues of storytelling. Many of the songs I perform on stage are self-penned stories delivered in my own unique style. Although I live in a cave house in Andalucia, when I go on tour I live in a motor home. It is between gigs that I have discovered a new outlet for my creativity in the world of fictional writing. Now that Mr. Hookumbacker and the Yella Yella Yum Yum Tree is published and laid down I am looking forward to exploring the new ideas that I am currently working on.  Contact: richardsilverton@gmx.com



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