Saturday, March 22, 2014

Chest by the Bay Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
Chest by the Bay is a haunting story of an abandoned amusement park and the curiosity of a child. The opening of a long-forgotten chest reawakens the spirits of a circus from the past.
Image of Tessa N. Beauchat


Chest by the Bay is the first book from Tessa Beauchat. Tessa is currently 12. She is in the 7th Grade at Saint Francis Xavier School in historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Chest by the Bay grew out of poetry project Tessa did in the 4th grade. Tessa has a passion for both writing and reading. Her favorite authors are Veronica Roth and Rick Riordan.

Tessa participates in the Center for Talented Youth at Johns Hopkins University. She also has a passion for volleyball. This season Tessa is playing for the Revolution Volleyball Club of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. She is a defensive specialist and plays the position of libero.

When not busy with academics, volleyball, and writing, Tessa loves water sports, horseback riding, and snow skiing. Tessa loves to travel. Her favorite places to visit are Lake LBJ in Texas and Sanibel Island Florida. At Lake LBJ she loves to wake board, knee board, tube, and do anything that keeps her on the water from sunrise until bedtime. On Sanibel her favorite thing to do is bike to Poco Loco and be the first customer of the day.

Visit her on the web at www.bestsinceslicedbread.com



Cassandra's Review- I had no idea of  the age of this author when I shared this book with my home school and community and I am pleased with the outpouring of love and general amazement when people found out that she is only 12 and can write better then most adults. The book is short and easy to read but has a style all its own and I would love to read more from Tessa if she decides to venture forth on the writing path.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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