British Columbia, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/11/2017 -- Renown author of engaging children's books and other works of fiction, Patricia Komar has created a selection of wonderful books for children of all ages. For young children to teenagers, Komar has developed fantastic worlds where every child will be intrigued and entertained.
Her latest children's book entitled Kellie and the Dancing Garden is a delightful, fanciful and well-illustrated book that is sure to entertain young children time and time again with its imagination and wonder. Published in January of 2017 and beautifully illustrated by Fabriana Farcas, Kellie and the Dancing Garden is an enchanting story about a young girl who, with the help of her grandmother, discovers and explores a magical garden where everything comes to life. The garden is filled with dancing flowers and trees, along with a mischievous puppy and curious cat to keep her company.
Komar's other children's books include The Hollows series which tells the story of a group of teenagers whose self-proclaimed mission is to explore the unknown. Explore they do, discovering the unexpected and unexplainable at every turn.
In The Ghost in the Hollows, Faith is just getting comfortable with her new school and joins the Hollow Hills Explorer Club, which launches her into adventures she could not have imagined. The second book in the series, Missing in the Hollows, chronicles the next set of mysterious adventures for the daring and intrepid Hollow Hills Explorer Club.
Patricia Komar is a published author of both children's and adult fiction, as well as a feature writer for a number of publications. All of her books can be reviewed and previewed at her website.
To learn more about Patricia Komar or read a summary of her latest books, including her Hollow Hills Explorers Club Series, please visit http://www.patriciakomar.com/.
About Patricia Komar
Patricia Komar is an author of fiction books and feature writer for Modern Dog, a North American magazine. She has written about competitive canine sports and working dogs including articles on agility, flyball and earthdogging. Ms. Komar earned degrees in Switzerland, New York and British Columbia where she studied the arts, psychology and writing. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and two dogs.