Inhabitants of the Emerald City proudly claim that no harm can ever come to them in the Land of Oz. However, when the most prized possessions of the most venerable people go missing, they, themselves, are forced to admit that the realm is no longer safe to wander in.
Not unlike any other accomplishment, the gratification of completing an aesthetically-pleasing graphical design follows only meticulous effort.
Have you been asked to design a poster for an upcoming event? Or are you working to create a… calendar, only to become frustrated with every redundant color, disorienting hue, and irrelevant shade? Well, your key is to master these three bite-size techniques that make choosing a color palette successful yet not overwhelming.
This book was so kindly sent to me by its author, Lauren, not long before she was the guest for the season finale of my book podcast “Try Reading.”
I have loved Lauren’s work for so long but it had been a while since I had read a book of hers. And let me just say, it was good to be back. This is a wonderful middle-grade fantasy and knowing it’s shorter, it cuts to the chase right away and you are well-informed of the way the society works and how these five fantastic girls, Pippa, Hailey, Kit, Ember, and of course our main character, Marina, have to go on a quest to gain their mythical familiars.