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Bitty and the Guardian of Sespria (The Beatrice Coleman Series)

Bitty and the Guardian of Sespria (The Beatrice Coleman Series) [Kindle Edition]

Janice Reynolds

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Beatrice Coleman, aka, Bitty is a hot mess! At least that is what she is told by the popular girls as they're attacking her in the school cafeteria. Bitty is too tall and too skinny. She has a pointed noise, mousy brown hair and wears not cute clothes to school. She doesn't have a single friend and she spends her time alone, watching TV, studying or singing ole school tunes with her parents. She’s crushing on the most popular boy at school, who thinks she's a joke. And if that isn't pathetic enough, her Phys Ed teacher keeps pressuring her to try out for girls basketball. That's the last thing she needs: to be a tall, geeky, bookworm, girl-jock. UGH!!
So each night she talks to God about her problems. Then one morning, a strange object appears in her bedroom. That night, strange becomes frightening and more terrifying than imaginable. Bitty finds herself swept away by an unknown Being into a far off dimension. She lands in the middle of an ongoing battle between the Sesprians and the Krylox. As she fights to help the Sesprians defeat their enemy and save their kind, she unleashes a power, a love and courage she never knew existed within her. When she returns, her world has changed and she discovers that she will never be lonely and afraid again.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 230 KB
  • Print Length: 140 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas Lee Publishing (3 May 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003KN3HU4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,158,661 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Utterly enchanting 20 May 2010
By R. M. Putnam - Published on
A wonderfully enchanting story that will send you on an adventure like no other. Having had self esteem issues as a child I was able to easily relate to this delightful story. I read "Bitty and the Guardian of Sespria" to my granddaughter. She found herself lost in the pages as we shared this story and enjoyed discussing issues of which we had never shared before. We held are breath in anticipation and smiled with delight as the endearing characters over came the odds. This is a book that can be shared with the whole family of all ages. Simply wonderful.

R.M. Putnam author of the Destiny's Warriors Series.
3.0 out of 5 stars Good adventure for the younger ones 18 Sep 2013
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I'm 46 and I read this to see if the book would be safe for my 13 yo daughter. It would be a great reading adventure and even at my age I quite enjoyed the story.
2.0 out of 5 stars Good Idea but... 1 July 2013
By M Baus419 - Published on
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This book had a great idea behind it, but there was places with very choppy sentences, spelling errors, mis-usage of words, and sometimes there was places where I felt it wasn't described fully, leaving you unable to picture that area in you mind... As I said before, the thought behind this book was great, I actually think that the story was pretty interesting, but the writing mistakes are what made it not as enjoyable as it could have been.
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