Darlene Foster first visited Reading Recommendations in Oct. 2014. She’s back now to tell us of the most recent addition to her Amanda series.
Amanda on the Danube: The Sounds of Music
by Darlene Foster
Genre: Middle Grade fiction and travel, geography, culture
Amanda is on an elegant riverboat with her bestie, Leah, cruising down the beautiful Danube, passing medieval castles, luscious green valleys and charming villages. She is entrusted with a valuable violin by a young, homeless musician during a stop in Nuremberg, Germany. Not long after, a mischievous young boy attempts to take the instrument from her.
Amanda and Leah see some amazing sights as they explore Melk Abbey, the musical city of Vienna and the historical city of Budapest. Along the way, they meet a mysterious monk, a Santa Claus look-alike, a kind violinist and the same nasty boy. While exploring the scary catacombs of St. Stephens Cathedral or wandering the cobblestone streets of Regensburg, can she keep the precious violin safe for the poor prodigy? Follow Amanda down the Danube as she enjoys the enchanting sounds of music everywhere she goes, but wonders who she can trust.
Amanda on the Danube is the 5th book in Darlene Foster’s series for Middle Grades.
You may be interested in reading a blog post Darlene wrote about promoting her book, Schools, Libraries and Bookshops – A Few of My Favourite Places.
Darlene was also a guest on Krysten Lindsay Hager‘s blog writing this post, How Writing This Book Kept Me Sane.
For more information and where to purchase all five books in the series, please visit Darlene’s blog.
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Thanks so much for featuring my latest book!!
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Thanks for reblogging, Tricia!
Nice cover too, Darlene!
So pleased you like the cover. My publisher does a great job of the covers!
Sounds like a great series, Darlene! Here’s wishing you many sales! 🙂
Thank you so much Lisa!
I just finished Laurence O Bryan’s book The Nuremberg Puzzle. Your book sounds interesting.
I need to check that book out. Thanks for your comment.