JUS' PLAIN OLE DAISY
TRAVELERS, A DRAGON,
AND A MAGICAL BOOK...
A broken but talented young girl whose mother suddenly disappears, a dragon,
a magic drawing book, and a renegade shaman with wicked intentions: such is the intriguing premise behind Elliot Finley's
Jus' Plain Ole Daisy.
Elliot Finley's life is a mess. She is not doing
well in school, she is the favorite target of the campus bully, and to top it off, her mother disappears without a trace.
Just when things couldn't get any more chaotic, Elliot
gets a drawing book that magically transforms her world.
With just a few strokes of her pen, Elliot is catapulted into an ancient
rainforest where she meets a dragon named Daisy and a mysterious renegade shaman. Somehow these two odd creatures follow Elliot
back into her real world, and Elliot's life is turned upside down as strange and inexplicable events begin to occur. It
seems the Shaman is out to get Elliot because he knows she has discovered his secretly hidden underworld, and possesses
the very item he needs to conquer hers.
But, he also has an even more sinister reason for going after her.
Elliot and her friend Murray join forces with Daisy the Dragon to thwart the diabolical plans of
the Shaman and learn the secret of Elliot's missing mother.
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and Inexplicable Events of Elliot Finley"
wonderful tale of intrigue and fantasy is a pure gem!"
author of Dear Mouse
could hardly put it down; the story was so gripping and the setting so real. I didn't want it to end!"
-Betsy Hallet-Holden, author
of Nantucket's Night Magic
“Elliot Finley's adventure is captivating for readers of all ages. The creativity
experienced is beyond belief. This breath-taking journey should not be missed!"
-Chris Early, school teacher, Running Creek Elementary,
"I think this story is as much about faith and hope as it is about courage. Discovering that there
is indeed an inner strength inside can be so reassuring. I think many people will be able to relate to this story."
-Lisa Arden, Mother of two school-aged children, MD