The Mumbersons and The Blood Secret Kindle Edition
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As the tale unfolds, we learn how Billy’s blood is critical to the story’s villains in their quest to reclaim something lost to them a long time ago. Through a series of adventures sure to keep young readers turning the page, Billy and Olivia expose the clandestine activities of the factory’s mysterious owners and save a few lives in the mix.
Although this is the second book in the series, I enjoyed it without having read the first book (however, I am planning on reading the first book, Grimhilda, anyway!). The story moves along and is an easy read for children just starting to tackle chapter books. It would also be a fun story to read aloud to youngsters not yet ready for big kid books.
An engaging, well-plotted story with lots of twists and turns and unexpected happenings that will appeal to children able to tackle chapter books who love magic, mystery and witchy things. A fun story for parents etc to read to children too.
A fast-paced story with charming, memorable characters and a good dose of humour throughout.
An excellent read-aloud choice for 7-11 years. They are sure to giggle at the crazy descriptions and the grown-up who refuses to believe in magic even when it's right under his nose!
There's always some action going on, so will keep the reader hooked as well.
It's definitely a well-written book. I really started getting into the plot and the characters after a few chapters and then didn't want to put the book down: the second part is very fast-paced, so it'll definitely make for a good children's book that parents can also enjoy.