Sunday, June 17, 2012

Sharing Midwest Book Review of Mystery at the Lake House

I was tickled to get this review from Midwest Book Review this week. It's for one of my children's books--the one I wrote with my 10-year-old son!

Mystery at the Lake House #1: Monsters Below is the first book in a series for kids ages 7-12 about super sleuth Jock Avery and a strange scary noise in his lakeside community. Jock enjoys a healthy variety of nature and water activities with his friends, but solving a mystery will always intrigue him. This fun three-dimensional character is destined to get into and out of interesting scrapes as he uses logic and observation skills to help him put together the missing pieces of the mystery of the monsters below. The action is fast moving, the character development is riveting, and the pace is humorous and jolly, plus there are many educational inclusions in the book and story. Kids will love Jock Avery and his pals and will clamor for the next book in the series.

Thank you to the kind folks at The Midwest Book Review! What's more, the review is being sent to the Helen C. White Library's Cooperative Children's Book Center, where it will be available to school and community librarians throughout that state's public school systems and community libraries. It's also being provided to the Cengage learning, Gale interaction CD-ROM series "Book Review Index" which is published four times a year for academic, corporate and public library systems.

This book and my other titles are available through independent booksellers everywhere, Amazon, and for e-readers. Thanks, friends, for spreading the word about my books! If you have contacts in your local public school or library system, please let me know and I'll approach them about carrying my books. Thank you!

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