Shelfari edited the description of Flying Girl (Egg and the Hameggattic Sisterhood) Monday, February 13, 2012.
Egg and the Hameggattic Sisterhood Book 1 - Flying Girl "I admit that being only nine I did need lots of help from my sisters. Lucky for me, not just one, but two of them are dragons and two are sea serpents. The others are human; one’s my best friend who is way smarter than me and the other is the prettiest shade of green and the most beautiful girl I ever met. We were just seven ordinary girls that hardly knew each other. And like I said, in the beginning we didn’t all get along. But in the end we learned what it meant to be part of a sisterhood which was a lot harder than I ever thought it would be. It took some pretty scary creatures like we found in the Colorless Wood and the Crystal Forest and the Maze of Forever to make us believe in one another. I guess it says a lot when each of us was willing to sacrifice ourselves for the others. Oh my gosh, I’m just so proud of all of them." ***** Egg and the Hameggattic Sisterhood is a twelve book, girl-empowering fantasy adventure series written for ages six through ten. THIS IS BOOK ONE. Our heroine is Eloise Grace Graystone, known to family and friends by her initials -Egg. Her incredible adventure begins in book one, Flying Girl, on the day her grandmother gives her a flying suit and three mysterious pieces of jewelry. The first six books are crafted for younger readers. They tell the story of Egg and her earth-bound friends as she begins to discover the secrets of the jewelry. The last six books chronicle Egg’s quest to save a wondrous world -- home to dragons, sea serpents and even a talking tree. Here begins her journey from a nine year old girl to the leader of the Hameggattic Sisterhood and the heroine of Aerianna. It will take bravery, resourcefulness, loyal friends and a little luck to overcome seemingly impossible challenges. In the end, an entire world will be thankful for her courage. For all you parents/grandparents looking for an out-of-this-world adventure story to share with that young lady in your life, please consider Egg and the Hameggattic Sisterhood.