Elle Burton and the Reflective Portals

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Elle Burton and the Reflective Portals Book 1 in the “Lessons from Fiori” Series

 By Peggy M. McAloon
and Anneka Rogers

Elle Burton is an ordinary kid…or so she thinks. On her tenth birthday, she encounters Eunie Mae, a tiny, fairylike being who comes from a world called Fiori. She begins a journey that leads her from this world into another dimension. She will travel through reflective portals where creatures called Fiorins are linked to all human life.  Other than some children under the age of eight, the only human beings who can see Fiorins are guides—people chosen to help protect the children of Earth.

Working as a guide seems like the opportunity of a lifetime. Elle loves helping others, and now she’ll have magical assistance. But not everybody wants her to succeed. There are evil forces that do everything in their power to keep the guides from offering support to those in need.

Join her as she enlists the Fiorin warrior Amadeus and others to help her protect the human children against bullying and physical abuse.

The children at risk Elle encounters are dependent on her decisions and quick responses.  Travel with her to Fiori and discover magical footlockers, spider elevators, and the beloved Pegasus.

Join her journey on the crusade to protect the world’s children.  Her journey to adulthood begins as she completes the three challenges, predicted centuries ago.  She is a modern-day role model who embodies everything that is good in this world. Will she be strong enough to combat the problems children face in the 21st Century?


“Elle Burton and the Reflective Portals” is found  on Amazon at: ViewBook.at/ElleBurton 

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Take a trip through Menomonie, WI where young Elle lives, artfully done yesteryear and today by another Menomonie Author, David Tank.

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