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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

A Chameleon a Boy and a Quest by J. A. Myhre Book Tour and Book Review






A Chameleon, a Boy, and a Quest by J.A. Myhre

Ten-year-old orphan Mu thinks he’s unwanted and unloved—but everything changes the day he meets a chameleon in J.A. Myhre’s A Chameleon, a Boy, and a Quest. Together they will embark on a quest, and what a quest it turns out to be! Mu faces danger and finds unexpected allies as they journey through a fascinating and ever-changing landscape. Don’t miss this page-turning children’s action and adventure story set in a fictional African land!
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{More about A Chameleon, a Boy, and a Quest}

A Chameleon, a Boy, and a Quest (New Growth Press, October 2015)
A Boy Named Mu, an African Journey, and You
Mu, a ten-year-old orphan, has lived his entire life in the heart of Africa. For as long as he can remember he has served in the household of a great-uncle where he is unloved and ignored. In his drudgery-filled life, Mu has little hope of happiness, and little hope that anything will ever change.
But one day, everything does change. On his way to draw water one morning, Mu is astonished when a chameleon greets him by name and announces that they will embark on a quest together. And what a quest it turns out to be! Mu faces danger and finds unexpected allies as they journey through a fascinating and ever-changing landscape.
A Chameleon, a Boy, and a Quest blends magical realism with a compelling story. The exciting story line combines an orphan’s journey to find a home with the plight of child soldiers and the dangers of the Ebola virus and, along the way, highlights universal themes of integrity, loyalty, faith, and love. Written by long-time medical missionary J. A. Myrhe, the artful story is laced with subtle gospel themes and handles cross-cultural issues with grace and sensitivity. Kids will encounter good and evil and learn the truth about hope, happiness, and what it means to be human in this page-turning first book in a new series.
—A page-turning children’s action and adventure story set in a fictional African land
—Blends magical realism and compelling storytelling with gospel themes to draw kids gently into the truth
—Deals with real-life but (seemingly) faraway themes like the plight of orphans, the duties of child soldiers, and the reality of the Ebola virus
—Written by a long-time medical missionary to Africa who handles cross-cultural issues with grace, sensitivity, and love
Learn more and purchase a copy.





J.A. Myhre
J. A. Myhre serves as a doctor with Serge in East Africa where she has worked for over two decades. She is passionate about health care for the poor, training local doctors and nurses, promoting childhood nutrition and development, and being the hands of Jesus in the hardest places. She is married to her best friend and colleague Scott, and together they have raised four children for whom many of her stories were written as Christmas presents.

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My review;

"A Chamelon a Boy and a Quest by author J. A, Myhre is a very nice story. A young boy named Mu is ten years old living in Africa. What a great story for young children. It will tell children some of the ways that children in Africa live that are different from where they may be living. A story filled with suspense and wonder.  I really think that this would be a good book to be in anyone's library. I give this book a 5/5. I was given this book by Litfuse Publicity Group and these are all my opinions.

1 comment:

  1. We're currently offering J. A. Myhre's follow up book for review right now on Cross Focused Reviews. If you'd like to join the blog tour, you can find out more here: http://eepurl.com/cgY-s5.

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