||October 31, 2007
A mythical tale of two childlike spirits and the wondrous maze they tend.
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Word Power Books
What happens when Tyme and Hope go against the only rule of the Maze? Will they be lost for eternity within its great walls or will they discover exactly how special they really are?
"The reason neither of you have ever been lost in the maze before is because it takes hope to lead the way as time changes life's passages."
William H. McDonald, Jr. Author and Founder of The American Author's Association
Children's book author Christy Condoleo has created a most wonderful children's fantasy book that young children will enjoy. Her book "Tyme's Hope" captures the essence of what makes good story telling. I think that adults will enjoy reading this to their children as much as children will enjoy reading it. The vocabulary places the book in the hands of those school age children who have developed their reading skills - my guess would be second or third grade level reading.
Chris Goguen creatively does the illustrations; there are however, only four illustrations in the book. Which works well enough for those children who can read. Younger children will enjoy having this tale read to them.
Condoleo takes the young readers on a journey through a complex maze; this story will fuel their imaginations. I give this book a rating of FIVE TEDDY BEARS! I recommend it for all elementary school age children. This is the kind of story that would make an excellent children's movie.
Lulu User who bought book
This is a great book for young children. It allows them to use their imagination. I recommend this book for children ages 5 to about 9 years of age. It provides little minds with rest from harsh reality and encourages them to continue reading and great things in life come from imagination and creativity. All inventions have come from imagination and creativity and in today's society this is becoming harder to develop in our children. Let's get our children away from video games and tv and back to reading where they can develop their minds....
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