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Seven Things about Journey to Galumphagos

Journey to Galumphagos
[caption id="attachment_2659" align="alignright" width="200"] Journey to Galumphagos[/caption] 7.    Journey to Galumphagos began as a picture book for my children to illustrate.  It took a quarter century for it to evolve into the published book. 6.    My favorite, non-human character is the Great Galumphagos Island Turtle.  I imagine her sounding like Emma Thompson. 5.    The part of the book I’m proudest of is Chapter 11.  Four or five sets of action are going on at the same time.  It was a challenge to navigate through all that without losing my way or my readers.  And I know I didn’t lose my readers because all the kids who have read the book told me it was their favorite part. 4.    Ellen Maze did a wonderful job on the illustrations.  She’s a joy to work with, a great collaborator, passionate about getting from whatever picture the writer has in his or her mind

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Journey to Galumphagos – Book Spotlight – Seth Eisner

Journey to Galumphagos
[caption id="attachment_2659" align="alignright" width="200"] Journey to Galumphagos[/caption] Publisher: WindSide Alley Books (August 4, 2013) Author: Seth Eisner Title: Journey to Galumphagos Category/Genre: Middle Grade, Action/Adventure ISBN: 978-1491082324 Tour Date: November, 2013 Available in: Print & ebook, 84 Pages   Life can be tough for a loner like Emily. She's had enough of being the perfect target for bullies. She persuades her brother and sister to run away with her to Galumphagos Island, a paradise on earth. But they find out that the grass isn't always greener on the other side of the street, or even the other side of the ocean. They need all their courage and cleverness - and a little luck, too - to get out of the mess they landed in. Seth Eisner blends fantastic creatures, exotic travel, non-stop action, and humor in his story about three young children who learn that real courage isn't just about adventures. It's usually about ordinary things, like

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