Hello everyone! We are so happy and excited to announce the tour schedule for The Firebird Song by Arnée Flores
A Court of Coffee and Books – Interview
Love, Paola – Top 5 Reasons to Read The Firebird Song
The Bookwyrm’s Den – Review
Nine Bookish Lives – Author Guest Post
PopTheButterfly Reads – Review
Rajiv’s Reviews – Review
Books tales by me – Review & Mood Board
Fyrekatz Blog – Promo post
Lady Readsalot Reviews – Review
Stuck in Fiction – Interview
leosthetics – Promo Post
Miss Linda Bennett – Review & Favourite Quotes
The Book Dutchesses – Author Guest Post
itsKoo reviews – Review
idreaminbooks – Review & playlist
Confessions of a YA Reader – Review
Justice For Readers – Review & Top 5 Reasons to Read The Firebird Song
Kait Plus Books – Interview
Melancholic Blithe – Review & Playlist
the nuttybookworm reads alot – Review
kathreadsya – Promo Post
acourtofcoffeeandbooksblog – Blogger’s Choice
srbetler – Blogger’s Choice
ninebookishlives – Blogger’s Choice
rajivsreviews – Blogger’s Choice
fangirlpixiebooks – Promo Post
bookstalesbyme – Blogger’s Choice
ladyreadsalot_ – Blogger’s Choice
linda.reads – Blogger’s Choice
jypsylynn – Review
idreaminbooks – Blogger’s Choice
confessionsofayareader – Blogger’s Choice
justiceforreaders – Blogger’s Choice
tbrandbeyond – Promo Post
dhirviepages – Review
blithesquesttoread – Blogger’s Choice
Genre: Middle Grade Fantasy
Publishing date: June 1st, 2021
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Debut author Arnée Flores spins an exciting and original tale about hope in even the darkest of places, perfect for fans of Shannon Hale.
The Kingdom of Lyrica was once warm and thriving, kept safe by the Firebird, whose feather and song was a blessing of peace and prosperity. But the Firebird disappeared, and Lyrica is now terrorized by the evil Spectress who wields her powers from within a volcano. All that remains is a mysterious message scrawled on the castle wall in the Queen’s own hand: Wind. Woman. Thief.
Young Prewitt has only known time without the Firebird, a life of constant cold, as his village is afraid to tempt the volcano monsters with even the feeblest fire. But he has heard whispers that the kingdom’s princess survived the attack . . . and he is certain that if he can find her, together they can save Lyrica.
Princess Calliope has no memories beyond living on her barge on the underground lake. But as she nears her twelfth birthday, she is certain there is more to life than the walls of a cave. When Prewitt finds her, he realizes that she is the missing princess: the only hope for Lyrica. Determined to decipher the meaning of her mother’s strange message and find the Firebird, Calliope and Prewitt set off on a quest that puts them in more danger than either of them ever anticipated.
Arnée Flores spent her childhood shifting across rural Washington towns, lugging along boxes of books, and switching schools nine times before her family finally settled down on a wheat farm in the tiny town of Reardan, Washington.
Arnée identifies as Vietnamese American, but as a transracial adoptee raised by a Caucasian family in small-town America, she grew up feeling displaced.
It took a long while and a winding path for her to find herself. She spent a few nomadic years exploring, working odd jobs, and studying subjects from Piano Performance at Washington State University to Pre-Law and Political Science at Gonzaga before she finally understood that all she really wanted was to stay in one place and write the kinds of stories that had helped her feel safe during her chaotic childhood.
Today, she can be found collecting rocks, shells, and other curiosities on the beach near her Seattle apartment, all the while dreaming up wild and magical tales, her little white dog splashing along behind her through the tide pools.