Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Review of The Adventures of Tilda Pinkerton by Angela Shelton and Giveaway {Online Book Tour}

Somewhere out in the Sombrero Galaxy, Tilda Pinkerton–mystical maker of mysterious, magnificent, magical hats–is being hunted by the Keeper of Darkness.
Yet Tilda simply does not recall, at all, after taking a tremendous fall.
No one on Ooleeoo, where Tilda crash-landed, knows she is from another planet. Only Star Jumper Randy can tell her—but he’s light years away, frantically searching for his missing love, desperate that without her, the entire galaxy soon may be lost.
Even in the middle of cosmic danger, Tilda loves to create hats, for which she has a rare and uncanny knack. All who receive them sparkle, in fact—and spark their innermost talent. With a Tilda hat, people can suddenly do whatever they dream of, causing brilliant ideas to grow madly.
With Gladys the toad, who thinks she’s a cat, and Frank the fish, who lives in her hat, Tilda must discover who she is and what her enemy wants from her so badly.

But the Mayor of Moodle has other plans, including a ban on all wearing of hats, everywhere on Ooleeoo. His dark and forbidding actions seem to coincide with something unworldly, threatening all with a nameless dread and slowly blacking out the sky. With Ooleeoo itself turning upside down, how can anyone survive?
In this first in a series of Tilda Pinkerton adventures, Tilda must fight the battle of her life and risk all—even the galaxy and stars—by revealing her most electrifying secret.
Written for children but adults enjoy it too!
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About The Adventures of Tilda Pinkerton
                                                  Recommended Ages: 10 and Up
                                                            Paperback: 272 pgs.

                             Published2012 by Quiet Owl Books

                                  For This Review: *Paperback Copy Provided through Book Tour*
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Tilda Pinkerton landing in another dimension is very surprising to members of Ooleeoo. Many soon become fond of her except Mayor Mudpie Melic, Karin Kainotophia, and Delilah Dudgeon who are provoked by KOD (The Keeper of darkness)’s insects to hate and mistrust the radiance of Tilda Pinkerton. Tilda crash-landing on Ooleeoo must remember quickly her lost memories before KOD destroys the galaxies entirely. Good thing far off in the Sombrero galaxy (Hat Galaxy) Randy Rogue is searching for Tilda to help her.
The Adventures of Tilda Pinkerton (Book 1: Crash-Landing on Ooleeoo) is a unique book with a whimsical nature to it that often than not is full of rhyme. Angela Shelton creates a new world for readers of all ages that will immerse a reader greatly. Things to note are the characters are as follow:

1)      Goofy

2)      Fun

3)      Full of childish optimism so well identified to Middle-Grade

The Adventures of Tilda Pinkerton therefore comes out being a bubbly fun adventure read. Readers should be lucky to have this book gem available to them.
Overall: Amazing read!
Genre: Fantasy, Middle-Grade

About the Author
Angela Shelton is an author, actor, blogger and public speaker. She has been writing since she was eight years old. Her first novel was adapted into the movie Tumbleweeds. Angela won a regional Emmy award for her portrayal of Safe Side Superchick in The Safe Side video series created by Baby Einstein’s Julie Clark and America’s Most Wanted’s John Walsh. After living in Los Angeles for over a decade, Angela left the big city for a one-light country town to marry her first love and fulfill her dream of writing books in a barn house.
Find out how Angela has incorporated the character of Tilda Pinkerton into an entire line of book projects, each geared towards a different age group at
Angela Shelton on Twitter: Shelton on Facebook: Pinkerton on Twitter:
Giveaway of the Book!
All you have to do is e-mail bookandmoviedimensionblogger[at]yahoo[dot]com with the email header of Tilda Pinkerton Book Giveaway including your mailing address and your in.

*The giveaway is for one copy of the book in print.  Winners must be in the U.S. or Canada.
The Giveaway ends: December 27, 2012.

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