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The Awakening



Earth is dying. Centuries of climate change has caused catastrophic harm to the ocean's fragile ecosystem.

From the polluted waters, a great blue whale surfaces, beaching itself on the island of Mont Michel. The whale carries with her

a passenger...a baby girl.

Perl is taken in and raised by a guild of monks

known as the Brotherhood of the Quill. As Perl grows and discovers the magic of nature, she soon learns she possesses otherworldly abilities.

When a mysterious stranger appears at her door, Perl must set off on a quest, leaving her earthly home for a land of unimaginable Beings. There she will learn her true purpose.

As the eternal battle wages on between the Protectors of the Light Realm and The Darkness, an ancient evil lurks in the shadows, hunting the girl.

Is Perl the Chosen One?

If so, she may be Earth's last hope for survival.

Also available on Apple Books

Here's a peek

inside of Perl's

sketchbook journal. ->

This is the map

of the Perl's home island ->


While I was reading “PERL: The Awakening” I kept thinking that this would be a book I’d love to see kids read in school.  It might even be a great way to integrate reading and literature into science classes during units on the environment and pollution.  I’d particularly recommend it for students in junior high and maybe early high school, such as 12-14 or so.  This is the age where you really start to become aware of the greater world around you and realize what’s really going on.  The childhood blinders start coming off and you start seeing things for what they are and start forming opinions.  Educating kids about the dangers of climate change at this stage could really help ensure that they form environmentally healthy habits, and that they will encourage others to do so too.                                                READ the FULL Review

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