EBook Review – Hal Junior, The Secret Signal- Simon Haynes

5-stars

What can I say I love this book, it has a way of making you feel young again as you read, and like others have said it brings back memories of Just William and Dennis the Menace. Following the mishap adventures of Hal and his side kick stinky.

Set on a space station Simon Haynes has done a great job with these characters and scenery one cant help but grow to love them.

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EBook Review – Leon Chameleon P.I. – Jan Hurst-Nicholson

Leon Chameleon PI and the Case of the Kidnapped Mouse

This is a beautifully written children’s book with fabulous illustrations. The story brings to life the little woodland creatures we scarcely consider in daily life. The author introduces these creatures gradually, capturing the imagination of a shared animal existence unknown to humans.

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EBook Review – Kidslumber – Pat Darcy

Kidslumber Bedtime Stories Volume 1

Twelve short stories, written especially to be read to children (ages 5+ ish) before bed, they are all short enough to be read in one sitting (the author estimates about 10 – 15 minutes per story). They wont cause nightmares, or set young minds off thinking too much, when you want to be lulling them off to sleep. Each story is complete and unrelated to the others, I choose six from the book to read and found each one to be original and well written, young girls or boys will enjoy the gentle tales, most of which seem to have a moral attached to them, ending with a rhyme and of course a happy ending.

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EBook Review -The Far Horizon – Patty Jenson

This science fiction novel aimed at children over 10, starts slowly, seeming to focus more on the main character Cory's dislike at the way his life is changing, seeming almost a little whiney and annoying, but if you stick with it, the author starts to weave a good tale, full of rich detail and explanation. Any child with a love of science fictionand space will enjoy this book, at times it can seem a little stilted and perhaps some more editorial time would have really made this good book great.

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