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Lady Molly & The Snapper: a Young Adult time travel adventure, set in Ireland and on the high seas Kindle Edition
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|Age Level: 9 - 16|
|Grade Level: 3 - 10|
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I loved how Jip and Nora got caught up in adventure after adventure going back in time to deal with a variety of famous Irish icons, like the female pirate Grania, in their quest to discover why their ancestor was never credited for inventing the radar used by boats to manoeuvre safely through dangerous waters.
Their relationships with fellow crew men, slowly seeped into their own time as they made some interesting discoveries about new and old friends.
The snapper guided them on their journeys, ensuring they kept to a strict code of ethics to further their cause. Including consequences if they were led off the moral path.
I'm sure kids and young adults alike would enjoy Lady Molly. It's written in excellent prose to suit the intended audience and has enough antics to keep any young mind turning the page.
We all love a good family tale and this is one that I would highly recommend.
This story goes beyond the exciting adventures of two children aboard an ancient ship in the tumultuous seas – it presents the loneliness of children dealing with the death of a parent, and the emotional damage caused by parental neglect. A great read for parents as well as children alike.