Reginald P. Lizard and The Case of the Missing Gemstone

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A gemstone—with wish fulfilling powers—was stolen! All indications point underground in a Caribbean cave. Detective English Harry calls upon Reginald P. Lizard and friends for help!

Hear the story of how the wind helped a bird who could separate milk from water, and discover why there are storms in winter-time.

Join five friends for adventure, exotic coffee, puzzles, games, dreams, and songs. More
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About Anthony Garot

Anthony has always been fond of the written word. He is a self-proclaimed “reader,” who enjoys a variety of genres including philosophy, psychology, motivation, inspiration, trading, leadership, and religion.

His first book was a kids book! The characters are fun and simple for kids, but also have full, rich personalities to appeal to the "kid" inside every adult.

His first departure from kids books was “A ForEx Trading Plan,” which combines years of market study into a trading plan for foreign exchange trading.

In his spare free time, Anthony speculates currencies, shoots photos, reads, does push-ups, and drinks coffee.

Anthony currently lives in Phoenix, AZ.

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About the Series: Reginald P. Lizard
Light, charming, stories and intended for grown-ups and kids.

Five close friends (a lizard, a horse, an owl, a bat, and a melon) undertake all sorts of interesting adventures and meet the most incredible characters.

With light situations, philosophy, and a few morals sprinkled in for good measure, these stories will entertain children and amuse parents.

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Reviews of Reginald P. Lizard and The Case of the Missing Gemstone by Anthony Garot

NRP2020 reviewed on April 26, 2020

Five stars!! A group of adventurers go on the hunt for a stolen gemstone, running into all kinds of interesting characters along the way. The dialogue in this book is very clever and just plain fun to read... Lots of laugh-out-loud moments! The main characters include everything from a lizard to a talking melon(!) and yet you get to know them, their personalities and idiosyncrasies, very very well. They all come to life. A lot of the humor is character-driven (my personal favorite kind) and there's also an element of mystery, including puzzles for the crew - and us at home - to unravel. I liked how the tone of the book was upbeat throughout… There's a theme throughout of camaraderie and friendship, so it was very uplifting to read. Fun story!! Looking forward to more in the series!
(reviewed 7 months after purchase)
l. c. reviewed on Nov. 23, 2019

This book defies categories and nearly eludes description--clever, witty, and tongue-in-cheek, but at the same time gentle, sincere, and reassuring. Like so many of the best stories, different layers will appeal to multiple ages; you will find yourself giggling and pondering in equal measure. Also, there is an awful lot of coffee, an enviable coat of infinite cookies, a bathysphere, and poetry. What's not to love?
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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