Fantasy, Magic, Adventure and More…

Bringing children into a world of fantasy, magic, and adventure that will challenge their intellects, engage their imaginations, and galvanize their sense of adventure.

A father, grandfather, and pediatrician for more than four decades, John Miller, M.D., knows that children thrive when we engage their intellects, their imaginations, and their sense of adventure. Writing for the middle grade and young adult audience, Dr. John does this and more. And while he hopes kids, parents, and educators everywhere will enjoy his books, it is his primary goal to provide donated copies to children in hospitals throughout the country – providing a respite to the children and their parents in a world of his creation. Check out The Book of Spells, the first book in his upcoming series.

Now Available: The Book of Spells

Working its magic on young and old alike, The Book of Spells will carry readers to a time and place where magic is the norm, where good and evil are at odds, and where maybe—just maybe—the gentle are stronger than they ever imagined they could be.

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