Synopsis: Samantha and Tracy have been best friends since kindergarten, but now that Tracy has gotten over her shyness and made new friends, Samantha is feeling left out. This is nothing compared to how she feels when a strange girl named Jessica tells Samantha that she’s actually an imaginary friend. Tracy has outgrown Samantha, and it’s time for Samantha to help another child who needs her. But will Samantha be able to move on and fulfill her duty as an imaginary friend? 

Release date: 4th July 2011

Format read: Ebook

Genre: Children’s, Short Story, Fantasy

Pages: 15

Review: This was a very cute book, it was a really creative idea showing a story from the imaginary friend having to move on. 

Lots of children have an imaginary friend for a time, to help them deal with everything or to overcome something and I love that this book shows the after story and how it can be hard for the imaginary friend to move on.

It was an incredibly adorable short story but it left me wanting so much more. I wish we would have gotten more of what happened when Sam met with Amanda and saw how they built their connection. Also would have loved to have seen more of the other imaginary friends with their new friends. Maybe in a second book? Or make this into a series? There are many more things that could be explored in this cute world


Where to buy(Free for kindle): Amazon UK, Amazon USA

About the author: Kelly Hashway fully admits to being one of the most accident-prone people on the planet, but that didn’t stop her from jumping out of an airplane at ten thousand feet one Halloween. Maybe it was growing up reading R.L. Stine’s Fear Street books that instilled a love of all things scary and a desire to live in a world filled with supernatural creatures, but she spends her days writing speculative fiction for young adults, middle graders, and young children. Kelly is also USA Today bestselling romance author Ashelyn Drake. When she’s not writing, Kelly works as an editor and also as Mom, which she believes is a job title that deserves to be capitalized.


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