Thursday, April 07, 2016

Baker's Magic by Diane Zahler Review


Bee is an orphan, alone in a poor, crumbling kingdom. In desperation, she steals a bun from a bakery. To Bees surprise, the baker offers her a place at his shop. As she learns to bake, Bee discovers that she has a magical power. When a new friend desperately needs her help against an evil mage, Bee wonders what a small orphan girl with only a small bit of magic can do. Bees journey to help her friend becomes a journey to save the kingdom, and a discovery of the meaning of family.

You can purchase this book on Amazon.

Diane Zahler
I grew up reading children's books and never wanted to do anything but write them. Now I'm the author of four fairy tale novels, two nonfiction books for older readers, and my new original fantasy, BAKER'S MAGIC. I live in the country with my husband in an old farmhouse in the country, where I bake a lot -- and eat what I bake! Visit my website at www.dianezahler.com.

I recevied a complimentary copy.

Cassandra's review-  There is a whole lot of stuff going on in the book, the characters are well written and each of them combined together to form a wonderful read.  I think any age would enjoy this book, but anyone who has a soft spot for light and playful magic along with an adventure should pick up a copy.



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