Small Change for Stuart

(5 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Doubleday

Review

When Stuart and his parents move to his father’s hometown of Beeton, he is intrigued to learn that there was a magician in the family – Great-Uncle Tony – who mysteriously disappeared nearly fifty years earlier. Following a series of clues left by his ancestor, Stuart attempts to uncover the mystery of his great-uncle’s disappearance and discover the whereabouts of the magician’s lost workshop. When he realises that devious Beeton resident Jeannie wants the workshop for herself, he enlists the help of his new neighbour, April and together they embark on a magical mystery tour of the town.

This humorous adventure is accompanied by atmospheric ink drawings, making this an attractive and compelling book for confident boy and girl readers.

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