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Publisher Description

Mark Roland Langdale’s third children’s book is a wacky and wonderful read that debunks the stigma of dyslexia.


Hester, Huckleberry and the Sugar House Hauntings is a coming of age tale between Hester and Huckleberry who encounter a haunted sugar house, a haunted steamboat named the grey lady (who, when she puts her mind to it, can fly!), a flying ice cream bicycle cart, and a whole host of dark and magical creatures. 


Having suffered with dyslexia his whole life, Mark’s stories also share an important message about encouraging a love of reading and writing in those who also experience difficulty with words. His previous book Penny Farthing and the Man in the Moon also confronted issues surrounding autism – a common theme as Mark delves into real life issues that are affecting young children today. 


Full of wildly colourful illustrations, Mark’s stories encapsulate the true essence of a joyful children’s book that appeal to children age 8 and over. With more magic and mystery than you can shake a stick at, this book is a truly eye-opening and enjoyable read.

GENRE
Kids
RELEASED
2017
December 13
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
245
Pages
PUBLISHER
Matador
SELLER
Troubador Publishing Ltd
SIZE
12.8
MB

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