The Monster of the Hollow by Andrew Peterson

I read the first two books of the Wingfeather series and absolutely loved them.  Andrew Peterson is an incredible writer and sing/songwriter.  I was able to meet him a few years back at a concert here in Oregon and he seemed like a very friendly guy.   When I heard that he was writing a book  I had to read it.  So I started with the first book of his and couldn’t wait for the second one to come out.  Then he came out with a third one and is writing a fourth.  I am just so excited about it.  I have 3 brothers and 2 sisters and the three kids reminded me of my closest brother and younger sister.  Reading about their adventures really made me think of my brother and sister and the fun times we’ve had before.  It was a very cute book and I would recommend it to anyone who asked me.  I love love loved it.

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In conjunction with the CSFF Blog Tour, I received a free copy of this book from the publisher.“> Gillian Adams</a>“> Red Bissell</a>“> Jennifer Bogart </a>“> Thomas Clayton Booher</a>“> Beckie Burnham</a>“> CSFF Blog Tour</a>“> D. G. D. Davidson</a>
http://in–and–”> Cynthia Dyer</a>“> Amber French</a>“> Nikole Hahn</a>“> Ryan Heart</a>“> Timothy Hicks</a>“> Jason Joyner</a>“> Julie</a>“> Carol Keen</a>“> Shannon McDermott</a>“> Rebecca LuElla Miller</a>“> Mirriam Neal</a>“> Eve Nielsen</a>“> Joan Nienhuis</a>“> Donita K. Paul</a>“> Sarah Sawyer</a>“> Chawna Schroeder</a>“> Tammy Shelnut</a>“> Kathleen Smith</a>“> Donna Swanson</a>“> Rachel Starr Thomson</a>“> Robert Treskillard</a>“> Fred Warren</a>“> Phyllis Wheeler</a>“>  Nicole White</a> l”> Rachel Wyant</a>




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