book for kids Christmas Mystery story

***SORRY! THE SPECIAL OFFER IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE***

The second volume in my series of adventure books for kids, Francesca Spaghetti and Poppy Noodle's Christmas Mystery  is now available for a special 99c launch price on Amazon.

To take advantage of this limited-time offer click the link above.

I hope you and your family enjoy this story as much as the last one and manage to leave a review in due course.

 I really had fun writing it and, for this reason, am very keen to know what you think of it.

Christmas is in danger!

In this book the twins travel to the North Pole to help a very anxious Santa and his elves solve the perplexing mystery of who has hidden the presents and is causing all kinds of trouble and confusion to stop Christmas from happening. Despite personal danger and atrocious weather the girls put all their ingenuity and Magic into saving Christmas. After all a Christmas Day with no presents for any kids would be a disaster, right?

Fast-paced​ and full of action

This book for kids is written in the usual fast paced, humorous style and is full of unpredictable twists and turns. As usual, the girls are good role models (or at least try to be good); they are courageous and try their best to help others.​

book for kids Christmas Mystery
      “In the days before computers and emails,” she explained, “people used to write messages on paper and send them to each other using a fax machine. It’s sort of like sending a photograph through a telephone line. Hardly anyone uses a fax these days.They’re very old fashioned,” she continued, “but they used to be very popular once upon a time. Lots of little children used to send their letters to Santa that way.”
      "Wow!” said Poppy Noodle. “That sounds like Magic.”
      “No,” answered Flora sharply. “That’s not Magic, that’s technology. Never confuse the two.”

From Francesca Spaghetti and Poppy Noodle's Christmas Mystery (c) 2016​

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Happy New Year and happy reading to you all!

Leave a comment and let me know what you think of this story.​

PS: this is a book for kids of all ages but is ideal for those between 7 and 12 years.

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