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on March 05, 2011 :
This is an exciting story of a three year old boy who has a pacifier (dummy) that gives him special powers. It is a story full of humor and it had me hooked in every chapter.
With great memorable characters such as baddy Ron Stokes and events that will give you the giggles. The story takes Joshua and his child minder Susan Long on an adventure that culminates at the Eiffle Tower. It is a short book and only took me half a day to read, I was sorry when it ended and I hope another Joshua adventure is on the way. It is written in a way that will make it easy to read to your children at bedtime. This is a wonderful debut book from unknown author David James Munday and I heartily recommend it for all ages three to one hundred.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
on Feb. 19, 2011 :
This delightful story of a three-year-old boy who finds super powers from his dummy (pacifier) is a fun adventure with twists and turns throughout. David Munday's imagination and humor shows through on every page. It was a delight to read and had me smiling at every wild over-the-top situation that Joshua Bean encountered. Great entertainment!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)