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What if by doing something ordinary, you unlocked the gateway into a world of the extraordinary? For Belle Marie, having tea on Wednesday afternoons--barefoot and in her pajamas--mysteriously transports her from her home to the charming storybook land of Belzerac. Soon joined by her best friend, Tess, the girls enjoy weekly adventures in this wonderful new place of talking animals and a glittering blue forest. But one particular Wednesday, Tess suddenly vanishes and things go awry. Is Tess in danger and is it too late to save her? Belle is confronted with these frightening possibilities, coupled with the fact that she herself may be lost and beyond the point of return.
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Rachel Tey is an editor who works in academic publishing. A mother of two, she enjoys writing, playing the piano, and reading books on medieval European history. She resides with her husband and children in Singapore.Review:
"Tea in Pajamas is exactly the kind of book I'd love to be reading while drinking tea in my jammies! It's evocatively escapist and yet the characters feel fleshed-out and authentic, like the childhood playmates I used to imagine alternate worlds with in my neighbourhood playground."--Melanie Lee, author of Imaginary Friends and The Adventures of Squirky the Alien
"Tea in Pajamas is a delightful story about a girl named Belle who travels to the imaginary world of Belzerac which is filled with talking well-dressed animals like Monsieur DuPorc and Cheesy Bear. When Belle and her friends find themselves in peril in Belzerac, they must rely on each other to make their way home. Beautiful illustrations accompany the text. A cozy read on an afternoon with tea."--Susan Griner, author of The Cemetery Sleeper
"And down the rabbit hole we go... Maybe because the author has such a personal connection to the story (read the Author's Note) or maybe it's because the writing itself is simply so enthralling, but you can feel the depth with which this book was written. It's a read that reminds of Alice in Wonderland meets Dorothy-just without the ruby slippers. It's a gentle and carefully told tale-and nothing too scary even if events sound ominous (the Musicians!) at times. It's a story of hope: of a life that is beautiful and inspiring when seen through the eyes of a child--and with a discerning heart."--Andy Mulberry, author of the Skycastle books series
"A light-hearted action adventure."--The Sunday Times, Singapore
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