Looking for an Xmas gift for a child?

Why not consider “Pete and the Persian Bottle” by Sarah Jackson, a book for junior readers. Print or ebook available through  Amazon.

About the book:

Pete and the Persian Bottle is the story of nine-year-old Peter (Pete) Bartlett, an average boy, whose biggest wish is to stand out in a crowd, and not feel like the world’s biggest loser anymore.

While scavenging for go-cart parts in a rubbish skip, Pete comes across a curious looking bottle. When he opens the bottle, he releases a long-trapped genie. Eager to get his three wishes, Pete pushes the genie into making him special. The genie turns Pete into a rat. What will he do?

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November Monthly Review Round Up

End of November! Already! Time to start planning for Christmas and New Year.  Here is the November book review summary – Only three books this month, it’s been a little crazy.

You can read the full reviews via the Book Reviews page here. Would you like me to review your book? Go to the requests page: Review Request

***** “Fight Like A Girl” by Clementine Ford

***1/2 “The 12 Slays of Christmas” by Abby L. Vandiver et al

**** “Pokeweed: An illustrated novella” by Brian L Tucker

October Monthly review round up

We are at the end of October already.  I’m getting into the second set of really busy months for the year, so reading becomes a real luxury. Here is the October book review summary:

**** “Dark Wood Dark Water” by Tina Callaghan

***1/2  “Kitschy Canapés: Finger food for the swingers set” by Babs Harrison

**** “Inside the Dream Palace” by Sherill Tippins

**** “Two Kinds of Truth” by Michael Connelly

 

 

 

 

 

You can read the full reviews via the Book Reviews page here.