Witchy Travel Tales 4: Nessie’s Husband
About the Book
Miranda's daughter, Mimi, is half-cat half-human. Mimi wants to become invisible and hopes that Nessie can teach her how to become invisible and hide from her classmates. The story takes, Mimi accompanied by her witch mother and sisters, to a magical trip across Scotland where the family ends up rediscovering themselves and finding Nessie's husband.
Today I hand my blog over to my mini me Amelia who has another wonderful review for Sibel Beadle's book Nessie's Husband. Why not have a read and then grab the book to read with your children / grandchildren / nieces or nephews, any children in fact.
The main characters in this book are Miranda, mother of 7 and Mimi (her second youngest) who is one of her unusual daughters being half-cat half-human. This book is very encouraging to younger kids not to keep hold of their worries and to tell them to people they can trust. This can be from parents to teachers and even friends. I really enjoyed this book as it was very interesting and I think the pictures help people understand how the story was progressing and help them get a better image of it. Overall this book is a fabulous book for younger kids to read (aged 4 plus or as a book to read with their parents) to teach them about not keeping hold of their worries as this can be a bad idea, because if they keep hold of their worries someone might find out by how they are looking, this can be from whether they are looking sad or upset.
About The Author
Living in Essex with her two daughters Sibel Beadle previously worked as a senior banker in London before becoming a full-time children’s author. Previous titles in her Witchy Travel Tales series include; The Seven Sisters, Sleepless in Stonehenge and The Golden Bunny of the Lake District.
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Wednesday 31st October
Thursday 1st November
Friday 2nd November
Saturday 3rd November
Sunday 4th November
Monday 5th November
My thanks to Sibel Beadle for my spot on the blog tour.