Ms. Mulligan is enchanted, taking home silver and bronze in the 2018 Moonbeam Awards
IngramElliott's middle grade novel, Ms. Mulligan and the Enchanted Ice Cream was awarded a SILVER AWARD for pre-teen fiction-mystery and a BRONZE AWARD for e-book preteen fiction in the 2018 Moonbeam Children's Book Awards. We are proud to be recognized for this award, which honors exemplary children's books and their creators, and celebrates children's books and life-long reading.
The 2018 Moonbeam Children's Book Award medalists were chose from 1,150 total entries representing 38 U.S. states, five Canadian provinces, and ten countries overseas. The awards honor those who create the books that help kids fall in love with reading, and I am very honored to be part of that journey.
You can read the press release here and view a list of all the winners. The Moonbeam Awards honors those who create the books that help kids fall in love with reading, and start them on a path of life-long reading enjoyment. www.moonbeamawards.com/85/2018-winners
Ms. Mulligan and the Enchanted Ice Cream
by Tiffany Elaine
When Tabby Easterland wakes on her twelfth birthday to find herself magically transformed into the twenty-five-year-old "Ms. Mulligan," she must rely on her friends—the southern belle Dolly Hargrave and the urban detective wannabe Kat Dorsett—to help solve the mystery and restore Tabby to her true self before it’s too late.
Available in print and e-Book wherever books are sold. Learn more and follow the author at www.msmulligan.com.
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