Kids' Book Review: Danny Chaucer's Flying Saucer

 

We recently received a copy of Danny Chaucer‘s Flying Saucer by Christopher Peter for review. The release that we received beforehand said that it was – “A fun and engaging sci-fi adventure with strong themes about friendship and bullying. Fantastic for children 7+ either for home or in the school.”

Ciarán will be seven in September and is going in to first class, he is a big reader and we often find him stuck in a book at bedtime. He usually enjoys Roald Dahl, David Walliams and Enid Blyton books.

The book is about Danny Chaucer, a boy who is lonely because his best friend has moved away. Then, one night something lands in the trees behind Danny’s house (can you guess what?) and then the adventures begin. Ciarán read this book in about three days, he disappeared to his room one afternoon to keep reading it and was up late begging to be let finish the chapter/page/paragraph depending on how late it was.

The story is very exciting and full of funny characters that the kids will love.

Here’s Ciarán’s own review:

 

Danny Chaucer’s flying saucer is available in Kindle and Paperback editions on Amazon, you can buy it here.

BUY Danny Chaucer’s Flying Saucer HERE

 

My giveaway for Back to School labels from Bright Star Kids  is closing soon if anyone wants to enter click HERE.

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