Thursday, July 31, 2014

Capturing Children's Imaginations with Mozart's Golden Notes

"The Case of the Haunted Swamp" by Cliff MacGillivray and Kelly Ward, illustrated by Phil Mendez


Legend has it that Mozart wrote his "Perfect Symphony" using gold ink. But as soon as the ink had dried, the notes magically came alive and flew right off the page, scattering themselves across the world. Over two hundred and twenty years later, the grizzly bear musical philanthropist, Lionel T. Hollingsworth wants to capture them and return them to the empty sheet music. He's hired the famous mouse detective, and musical genius, T. W. Strouse to find them, and he thinks the first ones are haunting his own old homestead on the bayou in Louisiana. This is the first in the series of "Note Hunter" children's books, "The Case of the Haunted Swamp" by Cliff MacGillivray and Kelly Ward.

My complete review of this children's book is now available only on my new blog here!






"The Case of the Haunted Swamp" written by Cliff MacGillivray and Kelly Ward, illustrated by Phil Mendez. This is the first in the "Note Hunter" series for children aged 8 and above, and was published on March 3, 2014 by Beet Fizz LLC and Amazon Digital Services, Inc., and is available from Amazon US and Amazon UK. My thanks to the authors for sending me a review copy (via a mutual friend).
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