BLOG TOUR: The Three Lost Kids and the Christmas Curse by Kimberly Kinrade

Welcome to the blog tour for The Three Lost Kids and the Christmas Curse by Kimberly Kinrade.

Reviewed from e-book provided for blog tour.
No other compensation received.
All opinions expressed are solely my own.


Christmas everyday sounds like the best thing ever to Bella and her sisters. But when a special Wishing Stone grants her heart's desire, The Three Lost Kids discover the curse hidden in the wish.

Now they have to stop Christmas no matter what--even if that means ending up on Santa's Naughty List.

Will the girls learn the true meaning of Christmas and find a way to break the curse? Or will they be stuck in their self-created Jingle Bells Nightmare forever?


Look for the original Three Lost Kids Trilogy--Lexie World, Bella World and Maddie World--if you like enchanted Dragons, Fairies, and more adventures through magical worlds with great life lessons for kids!

launching November 26th through Evolved Publishing


Kimberly Kinrade was born with ink in her veins and magic in her heart. She writes fantasy and paranormal stories for children, YA and adults and still believes in magic worlds. Check out her YA paranormal novels Forbidden Mind and Forbidden Fire and her illustrated children's fantasy chapter books Lexie World, and Bella World, all on Amazon.

She lives with her three little girls who think they're ninja princesses with super powers, her two dogs who think they're humans and her husband, also known as the sexy Russian Prince, who is the love of her life and writing partner.

For a list of her books see here.
For kids and parents of young kids, join the Lost Kids here.


Twitter: @KimberlyKinrade
Facebook: /KimberlyKinrade
Three Lost Kids website:

This is a fun book about the true meaning of Christmas. I wasn't sure when I started this if it would be more story or more message, but it turned out to contain a sweet message wrapped up beautifully in a short, entertaining story.  Bella receives a special wishing stone for Christmas and then decides how much better life would be if it was Christmas every day.  She and her sisters, Lexie and Maddie, soon realize however that Christmas every day has unexpected consequences.  In trying to break the wish that now seems like a curse, will they discover the best part of Christmas? I really enjoyed reading this book and plan to share it with my students for Christmas.  I highly recommend this as a fun way to help children understand what makes Christmas so special, but it is also just a fun magical story.



Popular posts from this blog

SERIES THURSDAY: Flight of the Bluebird by Kara LeReau -- Review & Author Post

EARLY READER REVIEWS: Kick it Mo! and Fergus and Zeke at the Science Fair

MMGM: Genesis Begins Again by Alicia D. Williams