Thursday, December 16, 2010

Virtual Book Tour -- Day 9 (review)


Tiny Angel by Nancy Carty Lepri

This is a cute book for your tweens. the theme is bullying and friendship along with peer pressure. Lepri helps the reader see that being in the "in crowd" isn't always what it's cracked up to be. This is a very good message for those in between years when your child wants to fit in but can't find his/her click. It can be a hard road to travel alone. Tiny Angel will help the reader see that sometimes it isn't good to be in the "in crowd". It's hard to turn the other cheek and take a stand. While this was a very cute book I must stay true to my language code (see code here) and let you know there are some words in this book that I consider curse words.

When her dad is transferred to a new town, Macy Carver leaves behind her best friend and everything she knows. Suddenly she is the new girl…alone and bullied. An unexpected flash announces guardian angel Jody, who teaches her how to fit in and become a forever friend.

About the Author...

Nancy Carty Lepri, born and raised in Massachusetts, earned an AA degree in Visual Art from Cape Cod Community College and a BA in Liberal Studies with a concentration in writing from Western New England College. In addition, she was a freelance reporter for several local newspapers.

In 1995, Nancy and her husband Art relocated to Wilmington NC where her publishing credits included the Wilmington Magazine as well as two national and international food-industry trade magazines.

Receiving Editor Certification through Cape Fear Community College in 2006, Nancy taught online writing and drawing courses, illustrated children’s books, started four mainstream novels, and had her children’s chapter book Tiny Angel, published through Guardian Angel Publishing in November 2009.

After a move to the Raleigh area in 2007, Nancy freelanced as senior editor for a national publisher, edited and wrote press releases for more than twenty novels, and was copy editor and reviewer for Affaire de Coeur magazine. She currently edits and critiques manuscripts, reviews for and New York Journal of Books, and is completing her sequel to Tiny Angel.

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A copy of this book was provided for review by Virtual Book tours.

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