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Sunday, April 28, 2019
Book Review on Abracadabra Whoopsie by Adam Kargman Illustrated by Tristan Tait
Mascot Books Publishes Children’s Book
Abracadabra Whoopsie by Adam Kargman
ABOUT THE BOOK
Herndon, VA; April 2, 2019: Mascot Books announces the
release of Abracadabra Whoopsie by
Adam Kargman; Illustrated by Tristan Tait
What if you could
make your little sister disappear?
When Jordy discovers a magic wand, he learns he
can do just that. Whenever he wants some peace and quiet, all he has to do is
say “Abracadabra Whoopsie,” and . . . Poof! His little sister Keeka vanishes.
When he’s ready for her to come back, he simply says it reversed: “Whoopsie
Abracadabra.” Easy as that.
the wand is stolen, Jordy must recover it or risk losing his sister forever!
MY BOOK REVIEW
This is a very cute children's book talking about a first child having to deal with the new baby. When it comes to grade level reading I would say 2nd-3rd grade because there are some tricky long words in this book. Tristian Tait did an amazing job with the illustration. Every page had some really fun details. Some of the drawings remind a little of Manga. This is a great bedtime story. The best part about this book it had a surprise twist I never saw coming.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Adam Kargman, an award-winning filmmaker, novelist, and attorney, lives in Encino,
California, with his wife and their two children. Abracadabra Whoopsie is his first foray into children’s fiction.
The story was inspired by the sibling rivalry he witnessed between his kids,
which led him to wonder what would really happen if one sibling’s dream to make
the other one vanish came true. His goal was to write a book that was equally
fun to children and the adults reading to them. With wacky humor and richly
detailed illustrations, Abracadabra
Whoopsie is a story that anyone with a sibling can relate to, capped with
exciting twists and an ending that may bring a tear to your eye. The book
teaches that remembering happy moments is a good corrective to moments of anger
Adam is also the author of the novel Nagle’s Mercy, which was hailed by Kirkus as a "thoroughly
enjoyable edge-of-your-seat read" with "nonstop action and palpable
psychological tension," and designated a SELF-e Select title by the staff
of Library Journal. He has also written and directed several award-winning
Tristan Tait is an artist based in Melbourne, Australia. In addition to
illustrating children’s picture books, he has done art for albums, comic books,
magazines, films and video games.
To set up an interview, reading, or signing, or for more information about Abracadabra Whoopsie, please contact
Chris Baker at email@example.com.
Mascot Books, located in Herndon,
Virginia was co-founded in 2003 by Naren Aryal. Mascot has published more than
2,500 books in a variety of genres, including fiction, nonfiction, children's,
cookbooks, and coffee table books. Learn more atwww.mascotbooks.com.
Abracadabra Whoopsie is registered with the American Wholesale Book Company, Baker & Taylor, Follett Library Resources, and Ingram, and available online with the following retailers: