We Are Excited to Announce the Release of the Fourth Eliza Book, Teeny Tiny Elf’s Mistake

By Elizabeth K. Fischer

Teeny Tiny Elf’s mistake caused grave upset in the North Pole family.

As Estel and Oakley reveal previously undisclosed information about elves to Eliza through six excursions, an event threatens to make Eliza disappear forever, and wizards don’t know how to handle it.  An elemental group’s members who are ignored clamor for attention.  What will be the outcome of these three situations?

 

“This newest chapter in the many adventures of Eliza and her friends explores the mystical realm as well as the very real world. Her family relationships are further uncovered in this story and the importance of caring for others – both animal, mineral and elemental – is a constant and consistent theme. A very good read!”  Paula Stuettgen, Avid Reader

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$70 Eliza four book set Trouble at the North Pole, The Last Christmas Tree,The Trapped Wizard, and Teeny Tiny Elf’s Mistake

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Watch for our Audiobooks Available Soon!

How to Access Our Audiobooks

Your payment  of 6.99 gives you access for 14 days to listen to an audiobook on our site.  You may repeat chapters or listen more than once, however long you like, during that time period.  When the subscription time period of 14 days is up, you will no longer be able to access the audiobook.  If you want to listen longer, you may pay for another 14-day time period whenever you wish.

The author has recorded these books in her voice so you will hear the book from the author’s inflections, tone, and emphasis.

Check back soon.  We expect to have the first three Eliza books available in the next week or so.

Thank you for your interest in our audiobooks.

Listen to the author Elizabeth K. Fischer read the first chapter of Trouble at the North Pole.

Sharon R. Lowry

Last May we lost an important author, editor, and partner.  In salute to her excellence, we assembled her writings into a book.  Check out Bounded in a Nutshell.  The collection of her 145 works is a rare find.