Pamela Witte

ABOUT THE BOOK:

Author(s): Pamela Witte
Illustrator(s): Laurie Tisdale
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN-10: 1517298334
ISBN-13: 978-1517298333
Release Date: October 1, 2015
Category: Middle Grade

Jet Lee Dragon Warrior

Synopsis:

Born in the year, month, day and hour of the dragon, Jet Lee Dragon Warrior, is destined for karate-kicking greatness. Too bad he’s such a loser. Bullied on a daily basis and working in the Wu’s fish shop to earn his allowance, twelve-year-old Jet thinks things can’t get worse.
 
 
He learns how wrong he is, when a beast-man attacks his mom and vows to take over New York City. Saving the city is tough for anybody, but its nearly impossible when you’re in sixth grade.
 
Bullies, detention, principals and girls… friends keep getting in the way. It’s a whirlwind week of subway chases, demon spit and samurai swords. And time’s running out. Jet must connect with his mysterious inner animal before Friday’s field trip to save his friends, family and the world.
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I write about ordinary and extraordinary kids who have amazing adventures. It’s my hope that those adventures will light emotional sparks that will inspire young people and those that are young at heart to read voraciously and joyfully. An adventure in reading is an adventure in life- when the impossible becomes possible and the wonderful mysteries of the world are only a page away… Read to ignite your imagination. Read to succeed. Reading is power!






Born in the year, month, day and hour of the dragon, Jet Lee Dragon Warrior, is destined for karate-kicking greatness. Too bad he’s such a loser. Bullied on a daily basis and working in the Wu’s fish shop to earn his allowance, twelve-year-old Jet thinks things can’t get worse.
 
 
He learns how wrong he is, when a beast-man attacks his mom and vows to take over New York City. Saving the city is tough for anybody, but its nearly impossible when you’re in sixth grade.
 
Bullies, detention, principals and girls… friends keep getting in the way. It’s a whirlwind week of subway chases, demon spit and samurai swords. And time’s running out. Jet must connect with his mysterious inner animal before Friday’s field trip to save his friends, family and the world.
PAMELA K WITTE is the author of the debut novel Jet Lee Dragon Warrior, a thrilling, magical, action adventure for middle grade readers who love karate-kicking excitement and all around ninja awesomeness.
 
A former psychiatric nurse and adrenaline junkie, Pamela is really a thrill-seeking kid who never grew up. She enjoys skiing (is a professional instructor), martial arts, yoga, hiking, sailing, exploring and spending time with her husband and two children. She lives and writes in a cabin in the middle of the woods in southeastern New Mexico. Visit www.PamelaKWitte.com to learn more about Dragon Warriors and the mystical powers of friendship.

Contact me at: adventurewriting@outlook.com
"Fun adventure with heart and soul. Dastardly demons beware: A new hero is out to get you!" Kit Grindstaff, Crystal Kite Award-winning author of The Flame In The Mist
 
"A rollicking grand adventure with humor and lots of action!" Kimberley Griffiths Little, Critically acclaimed author of Circle of Secrets
 
"Jet Lee could well be the book to light emotional sparks within reluctant readers that motivaties them to become ardent readers." Billy Elm, author of Delroy in the Marog Kingdom
 
"Delightful! Action-packed. Perfect for readers who love to root for the underdog."

 Liz Fichera, Kirkus Starred Review author of Hooked

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I write about ordinary and extraordinary kids who have amazing adventures. It’s my hope that those adventures will light emotional sparks that will inspire young people and those that are young at heart to read voraciously and joyfully. An adventure in reading is an adventure in life- when the impossible becomes possible and the wonderful mysteries of the world are only a page away… Read to ignite your imagination. Read to succeed. Reading is power!

  1. Linda Gondosch said on December 3, 2015 at 6:00 am:

    The subject of bullying is so important. Go, Dragon Warriors!

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