What are Wee People? You have got to check this out!
In “Gerald and the Wee People”, Gerald and his best friend,
discover a mysterious spot in the woods where Gerald visualizes a miniature village
complete with wee inhabitants. He enjoys going back to that spot and watching
the day to day activities until trouble starts in the village and he tries to
that the "visions" are real and the wee people need help.
While trying to prove that the whole thing is just Gerald's wild imagination, the boys literally fall into the new world and get caught up in a war. The boys come up with ways to keep the invading force from entering the village but another solution has to be found in order to put an end to the conflict.
Along with a few companions from the village, Gerald and
embark on a quest to face down the deranged forest god who instigated the
mayhem. The dangerous path is laid out by an ancient prophecy, but not
everything goes as planned. http://viewbook.at/weepeople
The adventure continues in the second book in the Wee People series, “House on
Vernon believe their time with the wee people
came to an end after they returned to their home world but begin to wonder when
strange things started to happen at an abandoned house in their neighborhood.
Ghostly images of familiar faces from the wee people village are seen in the
windows, echoes of voices from the past haunt the boys’ dreams and an
undeniable curiosity draws Gerald and Vernon
to investigate the mysterious haunted house. What they find takes them back to
the world of the wee people and a new adventure begins.
In “House on Bo-
Kay Lane”, a mirror is found in a
forgotten room in the far-seers’ training center. Sheela, a far-seer master and
Alyson, an apprentice firestarter are unwillingly drawn into the depths of the
mirror and wind up in the abandoned house on Bo-Kay Lane. Sheela uses her telepathic
skills to enlist the aid of Gerald, Vernon
and Gerald’s father, Andrew to help find the way back to the world of the wee
That problem resolved, they try to unravel the secrets of the mirror and find that it is a portal between their two worlds, as well as to a time in the future and possibly even to a parallel universe. They also discover that someone is trapped inside the mirror and the decision has to be made as to whether or not to help the trapped soul escape the confines of the portal.
Meanwhile, the wee people discover the origins of their world. That knowledge is not well accepted and leads to discord between them and the outworlders, Gerald, Andrew and
Vernon. An uneasy truce paves the way to an
understanding and acceptance of the unwelcome facts and eventually to a solution
of how to deal with the man in the mirror. http://viewbook.at/bokaylane
Greta Burroughs loves to read. No matter where she is, there is always a book close at hand. Her love of reading began at an early age and blossomed over time to include many different genres, her favorite now being fantasy.
As a preschool and elementary school teacher, Greta tried to instill the joy of reading in the children she worked with. Books were an important part of her classroom and story time was the highlight of the day.
It has been a while since Greta was in a classroom but she had lots of experience in reading to children of various ages and remembers what they enjoyed listening to. She tries to incorporate that knowledge into her work as an author and believes it makes her a better writer of children's and young adult books.
She now resides in SC with her husband, Robert and three dogs. Greta has six books published at the present time; three children’s books in the Patchwork Dog and Calico Cat series, two MG/YA fantasy entitled Gerald and the Wee People and House on Bo-Kay Lane, and a nonfiction account of her experiences with an autoimmune blood disorder called ITP - Heartaches and Miracles.
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