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While everyone is singing cheerful Christmas carols, Harry Moon and the Good Mischief Team march to a different song-Don't be Afraid of the Dark. With their swords of light, the team battles against the Fouling Curse threatening Harry's magic teacher, Samson Dupree, and the Sleepy Hollow Magic Shoppe. As evil armies of toys rise up, Harry must leave the sword behind to find a more powerful means to take down the darkness threatening Sleepy Hollow's entire world.
Author Regina Jennings is an award winning popular romance author living outside Oklahoma City with her husband and four kids. She is every bit as feisty as Honey Moon and claims to know her well.
The Amazing Adventures of Harry Moon author Mark Andrew Poe never thought about being a children's writer growing up. His dream was to love and care for animals, specifically his friends in the rabbit community. Along the way, Mark became successful in all sorts of interesting careers. He entered the print and publishing world as a young man and his company did really, really well.Mark became a popular and nationally sought-after health care advocate for the care and well-being of rabbits. Years ago, Mark came up with the idea of a story about a young man with a special connection to a world of magic, all revealed through a remarkable rabbit friend. Mark worked on his idea for several years before building a collaborative creative team to help bring his idea to life. And Harry Moon was born. In 2014, Mark began a multi-book print series project intended to launch The Amazing Adventures of Harry Moon into the youth marketplace as a hero defined by a love for a magic where love and 'DO NO EVIL' live. Today, Mark continues to work on the many stories of Harry Moon. He lives in suburban Chicago with his wife and his 25 rabbits.
Christina Weidman is a professional illustrator from Hudson, Ohio. A graduate from New York's SUNY Stony Brook University, Christina has also taught both preschool, and elementary school art. She is a mother familiar with boys who come home with pockets wriggling full of earthworms and girls who twirl their curls while tending goals at Saturday morning soccer practice.