I’m setting up a blog tour for The Lumpy Duckling by Kai Strand. This is a middle grade novel that is about 80 pages long.
The tour will run from December 10th to 20th. There is a shared $25 Giveaway.
Ebook review copies are available or you can post an excerpt or do an author interview.
The Lumpy Duckling
Lumpy may be hefty with a misshapen mouth, but he’s funny and the most loyal friend Wheezy could ask for. When she meets Unwanted, she casts a wish for people to be able to see her best friend like she does. Her wish nearly kills him.
All the Weaver Tales are set in the same fictional village of The Tales. The villagers are called Word Weavers, because they speak in story. The same little gnome-elf, Unwanted, grants a wish in each book that makes the main character’s problem worse. The books do not have to be read in any order.
Praise for The Lumpy Duckling
Kai Strand explores friendship, perception, and the consequences of wishes in this fast-paced read. – Mary Waibel
This is a wonderful story of loyalty and friendship. It also shows how one’s fears and insecurities sometimes sabotage the good things we have in our lives. Like Wheezy, we have to learn to trust, to accept change, to be patient and understanding, and to try not to jump to conclusions. The end is most satisfying, but it’s an exciting, nerve-wracking ride getting there. The Lumpy Duckling is highly recommended for middle grade readers. – Penelope Anne Cole