Author Craig A. Koller Crafts a Warm and Exuberant Tale in Young Adult Fiction

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Compelling book deftly depicts a story filled with nuggets of wisdom from historical snippets.

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A warm and exuberant story of adventure and friendship comes this way from author Craig A. Koller. As the first in The Adventures of Kellie & Potnie series, The Time Machine is set to delight readers of all ages as Koller deftly depicts a tale of exquisitely constructed characters and subplots.

Kellie Johnson and Annabelle Livingston, who always went by her nick name Potnie, have lived next door to each other their whole lives. While on a camping trip in the Rocky Mountains they happen to meet the smartest man in the world, Elwynn. Elwynn has invented many amazing things; his greatest accomplishment is the invention of a time machine. The two friends later accept Elwynn’s gracious invitation to accompany him back in time, any time and place they would like to go.

As the story progresses, Kellie and Potnie decide to go back in time to the year 1776 to witness the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Both friends were currently studying about the revolutionary war in school. While going back to 1776, they encounter many obstacles along the way and end up having the time of their life. They also make a lifetime friend whom they would trust with their life.

The Adventures of Kellie & Potnie: The Time Machine is one of those stories that can be passed on to young readers from one generation to another. Apart from the nuggets of wisdom from historical snippets throughout the book, youngsters will also come to the understanding that true friendship weighs more than life’s most prized possessions.

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The Adventures of Kellie & Potnie * by Craig A. Koller
The Time Machine
Publication Date: June 30, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 126 pages; 978-1-4771-2787-2
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 126 pages; 978-1-4771-2788-9
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4771-2789-6

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