The mystery of magical sketch pad

Author’s bio – Gia is born and brought up in London and a class IV student at Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls. She believes in dreams and the power of magic. Her first word was ‘Mumma’ and the second ‘Hippopotamus’. She is a voracious reader and loves to read big books and then tries to fantasize a world that is full of smiles and animals specially Horses. When she grows up she wants to own a stable and have a little reading/writing corner in her office where she continues to write letters to Santa and bake stories of prince, princesses, and lots of animals and her stories always have to have ‘Happy Ever After Endings’ otherwise she immediately starts weaving the one with that She loved reading books ever since she was a little baby. She wrote her first book ‘GIA’S SHORT STORIES’ which got published when she was just 6.5 years old and got launched on Jan 27, 2019 at Double Tree Hilton, Woking where she shared the stage with Alan Durant (renowned author) whose 100th Book had just been published. Gia went live on Marlow FM radio talking to Carla Delaney about the inspiration behind her stories. Rahul Laud (Chief Editor) Asianlite covered her achievements in the Newspaper. She was declared the winner of “SHE INSPIRES AWARDS – 2020” in the “Bright Artist” category and received the award from Honorable MP Virendra Sharma, Honorable MP Padmashree Bob Blackman and Honorable MP Joy Morrissey in House of Parliament on 03/03/2020. Through that book she decided to raise money for her favourite charity The Akshaya Patra Foundation UK. Book synopsis : in the midst of a colourful chaos, 3 little girls find their little adventure. Suzie and lilly’s dad falls ill and doctors have no clue. girls need to go out and beyond to understand what is really happening They stumbled upon a mysterious sketchpad hidden in a treasure chest which added a pinch of magic in their lives. Are the sketches really leading upto something?

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Author’s bio – Gia is born and brought up in London and a class IV student at Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls. She believes in dreams and the power of magic. Her first word was ‘Mumma’ and the second ‘Hippopotamus’. She is a voracious reader and loves to read big books and then tries to fantasize a world that is full of smiles and animals specially Horses. When she grows up she wants to own a stable and have a little reading/writing corner in her office where she continues to write letters to Santa and bake stories of prince, princesses, and lots of animals and her stories always have to have ‘Happy Ever After Endings’ otherwise she immediately starts weaving the one with that She loved reading books ever since she was a little baby. She wrote her first book ‘GIA’S SHORT STORIES’ which got published when she was just 6.5 years old and got launched on Jan 27, 2019 at Double Tree Hilton, Woking where she shared the stage with Alan Durant (renowned author) whose 100th Book had just been published. Gia went live on Marlow FM radio talking to Carla Delaney about the inspiration behind her stories. Rahul Laud (Chief Editor) Asianlite covered her achievements in the Newspaper. She was declared the winner of “SHE INSPIRES AWARDS – 2020” in the “Bright Artist” category and received the award from Honorable MP Virendra Sharma, Honorable MP Padmashree Bob Blackman and Honorable MP Joy Morrissey in House of Parliament on 03/03/2020. Through that book she decided to raise money for her favourite charity The Akshaya Patra Foundation UK. Book synopsis : in the midst of a colourful chaos, 3 little girls find their little adventure. Suzie and lilly’s dad falls ill and doctors have no clue. girls need to go out and beyond to understand what is really happening They stumbled upon a mysterious sketchpad hidden in a treasure chest which added a pinch of magic in their lives. Are the sketches really leading upto something?

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