11-year-old Author Shares a Novel about Fighting Greed
Jessie decides to travel to Hawaii for a concert and to visit her family. Suddenly, her plane crashes midflight, leaving her on an unknown deserted island with a tribe who takes care of her.
Out of nowhere, the jungle starts to face dreadful trouble. A company owned by the government begins to cut down the trees, claiming the land to be their territory now. What will Jessie and the tribe do to protect their land and save the fate of the island?
Written by a young author for readers of all ages, "Fallen Tree" emphasizes how society today is "very dramatic, carefree, and overall, just rude." The book aims for readers to realize that "we should step it up."
"I want them to take away, that you shouldn't always trust what you see on the media. Think critically, and always be okay with disagreeing with someone else, it can be bad to always follow the crowd," Kisselgoff reminds readers.
By Alexandra Kisselgoff
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 72 pages | ISBN 9781984510518
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 72 pages | ISBN 9781984510501
E-Book | 72 pages | ISBN 9781984510495
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About the Author
Alexandra Kisselgoff is an 11-year-old girl with a passion for writing. She also enjoys singing, acting, playing multiple instruments and drawing. She is a Canadian, but originally born in Israel. She now lives in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.
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