Logan and the Lost Luggage by Christine Ricci-McNamee: #RWYK Certified Great Read

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Logan and the Lost Luggage by Christine Ricci-McNamee: #RWYK Certified Great Read–Book Review

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Congratulations to Christine Ricci-McNamee!

Logan and the Lost Luggage is our latest Certified Great Read!


Logan and the Lost Luggage: A Magic Bone AdventureAn Ian Book of the Year award finalist.

When his family’s luggage goes missing at the airport, Logan, a cocker spaniel, with the help of other animal friends he meets along the way and his Magic Bone, goes on a quest around the world to find it. This story teaches children about other diverse countries and nationalities who can all work together in unity, harmony, and friendship for a common goal.


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About the Author

Christine Ricci-McNameeChristine Ricci-McNamee is an honors graduate of Salem State University in Salem, MA where she earned her B.A. in English/Written Communications. She is a certified Paralegal and resides in East Boston, in her childhood home. When she is not busy running the family businesses, she enjoys walks with her dog Winston, traveling, spending time with family and friends, reading, photography, gardening and of course writing. Christine was the winner of the Presidential Arts Scholarship in Creative Writing at Salem State. She also was an American Poetry Association Poet of Merit, as well as the winner of the Boston Public Library Scholar’s Award. Her poetry has appeared in several anthologies such as the American Collegiate Poets, the American Poetry Association Anthology, the American Anthology of Contemporary Poetry and in “A Time To Be Free”; a poetry anthology published by Quill Books. Flames of Feeling was her first book, self-published with AuthorHouse. It is a delightful collection of poems for children and young adults on various themes.



About the Illustrator

Patrick Regan is an illustrator, graphic, and motion graphic designer from New London, Connecticut. He had an ambitious and creative drive from an early age. Growing up, Patrick was inspired by Star Wars, The Lord of the Rings, and Batman. He spent countless hours at the kitchen table bringing his imagination to life, and in doing so, he created and destroyed hundreds of fictional characters and universes. Ultimately, this led to his enrollment at the Hartford Art School, where he began to refine his skills. In 2016, He received a BFA in illustration. Since graduating, Patrick has worked full time as an in-house motion graphic designer for Astor Place, Inc, a video production and marketing company. He also has worked on hundreds of freelance illustration and design projects, including book cover art, beer can art, T-shirt designs, album art, logo designs, book layouts and illustrations, concept art, tattoos, private commissions, and more. He has illustrated the book “Yes” by Frankie Marcille. When not working on commissioned projects, Patrick is busy designing, illustrating, animating, and bringing to life his own fantasy world projects. He enjoys collecting comics and vinyl, reading, and spending time at the beach.

Patrick can be reached at: patrick_regan@sbcglobal.net

His portfolio can be viewed at: faireharbourart.com




Logan and the Lost Luggage: A Magic Bone Adventure” by Christine Ricci-McNamee is a delightful tale that takes readers on a whimsical journey with Logan, a two-year-old cocker spaniel with a magical secret. Living in Boston, Logan’s everyday life takes an extraordinary turn when he embarks on a family trip to visit his grandparents in Florida.

The story begins with Logan eagerly anticipating the adventure ahead, his excitement palpable as he joins his family at the airport. However, when Logan’s family discovers their luggage missing upon arrival, Logan takes it upon himself to embark on a mission to retrieve it, armed with his trusty Magic Bone.

What follows is a charming escapade that sees Logan traveling across the globe, from London to Paris, Sicily to Madrid, and even as far as Australia and Antarctica, in search of the missing luggage. Along the way, Logan encounters an array of colorful characters, including Harry the horse, Simone the French poodle, Gino the goat, Fernando the bull, Mai Ling the panda, Kate the kangaroo, and Buddy the bird, each offering their unique assistance in the quest.

As Logan and his newfound friends navigate through various adventures and challenges, readers are treated to a heartwarming tale of friendship, determination, and the power of teamwork. The story is beautifully illustrated with vivid imagery that brings each location and character to life, captivating readers of all ages.

Logan and the Lost Luggage” is a delightful read that combines whimsy, adventure, and valuable life lessons. Through Logan’s journey, readers are reminded of the importance of kindness, perseverance, and the bonds of friendship. This charming tale also introduces children to the diverse cultures and nationalities of different countries, showcasing how people from all walks of life can come together in unity, harmony, and friendship to achieve a shared objective. Christine Ricci-McNamee’s enchanting storytelling and imaginative narrative make this book a must-read for children and adults alike.

Get cozy, gather your little ones and your favorite blanket, and prepare for an unforgettable adventure as Logan takes you on a wild ride!





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