Moone Boy 2: The Fish Detective

Publisher: Macmillan Children’s Books

Review

Christmas is coming but Martin Moone's family is on a budget. So if Martin has any chance of getting the Gameboy he so desperately wants, he is going to have to get a job and make some money.

With 'help' from imaginary friend Sean, Martin goes from butcher boy to fish detective. It becomes apparent that there's something fishy going on across the road at Francie 'Touchy' Feeley's Fabulous Fishatorium, which just has to be investigated… 

The second in the series featuring hapless Martin, this brilliantly funny story, narrated by his imaginary friend, is peppered with a cast of eccentric characters. Along with hilarious footnotes and cartoon drawings, this adventure story is a great giggle!

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