About the Book
Title: Billy Bobble Makes a Magic Wand | Author: R.S. Mellette | Publication Date: December 8, 2014 |
Publisher: Elephant’s Bookshelf Press | Pages: 284 | Recommended Ages: 10+
Book Description: “E = mc2 is no longer the most powerful force in the universe. Your wand is.” Twelve-year-old Billy Bobble and his best friend Suzy Quinofski didn’t mean to change the universe. Billy, a quantum physics prodigy, just wanted to find a way to help his hoarding, schizophrenic mother – and maybe impress a coven of older girls in high school. Suzy, his intellectual equal, wanted to help her friend and cling to her last remnant of childhood, a belief in magic. Together they made Billy a real, working, magic wand, and opened a door to the Quantum World where thoughts create reality, and all things – good and bad – are possible.
- Paperback: 284 pages
- Publisher: Elephant’s Bookshelf Press (December 8, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1940180090
- ISBN-13: 978-1940180090
- Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.7 x 8 inches
The Buzz About the Book
“What a great read! I must have been under a magic spell reading it – read it in one day, which I only do if the book is very good. I encourage all readers to pick up this book and spend an afternoon with the quantum-physics-knowing, often-bullied, lovable Billy Bobble and his intellectual equal, best friend Suzy Quinofski.” ~ Books4theSoul, Amazon
“My inner geek smiled a lot while reading this book. Theories and ideas I had never heard of flew over my head… but at every mention, I grinned. I LOVE a book that tackles tough subjects, embellishes them and embraces it. These characters aren’t afraid of challenges, facing a bunch both personally and scientifically.” ~ Kirstin, Amazon
“I think that this is a great book and I think that kids will like it a lot, because I did!” ~ Alec S., Amazon
About the Author: R.S.Mellette – Biography
Billy Bobble Makes A Magic Wand, is R.S. Mellette’s debut novel from Elephant Bookshelf’s Press. Prior to Billy Bobble, Mellette had Sci-Fi short stories published in the anthologies: The Fall: Tales from the Apocalypse, Spring Fevers and Summer’s Edge. Mellette is an Associate Director of Dances With Films (one of MovieMaker Magazine’s top 25 coolest film festivals in the world). He wrote and directed the multi-festival winner, Jacks or Better. He also wrote the first web-to-television intellectual property, “The Xena Scrolls,” for Universal Studio’s Xena: Warrior Princess. On Blue Crush and Nutty Professor IIhe served as script coordinator. He’s acted in Looney Tunes: Back In Action, Star Trek: Enterprise, Days of Our Lives, Too Young The Hero, and countless stage productions across the US.
Mellette is a member of the Science Fiction Writers of American and a regional board member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.
MY REVIEW: Imagination is needed for the adult! It is an easy read for the child as it is made for fun and adaptable for their level as it also relates to school. YEAH that yucky world they hate but it is their world for”WORK”. However, kids relate to it and in this book, the author makes it sound somewhat fun, boring, exciting at times, and even whacko. Yeah, don’t you kinda of wish you went there! I never was that smart to ever think of making magic wands and entering another level of the universe. I was just lucky to cut up sharks, play band, cut class, pass notes, the usual stuff. This was a great read and I can’t wait till the next book to see where I can imagine next to see where our heroes will do next….Yes, they are HEROES in this book. Magic is wonderful and exciting and anything is possible. To save the world at just age 12, imagine what they can do at age 13????? You need to read this with an open mind and think of the possibilities of what could be out there as we just do not know and what magic is in us!