~Written by Jim Schell
~Illustrated by Lina and Erika Schell
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Hana and the Golden Kenzan by Jim Schell is a wonderfully unique story about a little girl named Hana and her very important mission of protecting the Golden Kenzan.
It's summertime and Hana is on her way to Japan to spend time with her grandmother. Hana longs to be with her parents in Brazil and with no internet she can't even connect with her friends in American. Just when Hana thinks this is going to be the most boring summer ever, strange things begin to happen. As she explores her grandmothers garden insects and flowers begin to speak to her. Hana is overwhelmed with her new discovery, but before she can question her grandmother a sinister spider named Vex and his sidekick Sluggworth capture Hana's dog in an evil plot to turn all humans into zombies. Can Hana and her grandmother defeat Vex and the zombie weeds in time to save the garden?
Hana and the Golden Kenzan is a captivating story that leads readers on an exciting journey to overcome evil and maintain peace and harmony in the garden. The story also teaches readers about the art of Ikebana an its importance in Japanese culture.
I recommend reading Hana and the Golden Kenzan. It is a truly enjoyable adventure.
Available at www.amazon.com.