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‘It’s full of suspense, gently humorous and splendidly complemented by…expressive drawings’ – Review by Red Reading Hub about Arlo, Miss Pythia and the Forbidden Box

A wonderful review from Red Reading Hub about our new Junior Fiction title Arlo, Miss Pythia and the Forbidden Box by Alice Hemming and Mike Garton. This is the second book in the ClassX Series.

‘When I taught nursery children we often did an activity called, ‘What’s in the box?’ Singing a little ditty based on those words served to arouse the children’s interest and enthusiasm before the lid was lifted and we investigated its contents. And that is just what Miss Arlo does when she instructs her class that opening the particular box she has in her safe-keeping, is strictly forbidden.

Another winner from Alice Hemming; it’s full of suspense, gently humorous and splendidly complemented by Mike Garton’s lively, expressive drawings, which provide additional details and humour.

Now set fair to become a super series, this story is great for solo reading as well as highly appropriate as a class read aloud especially if the Ancient Greeks are on the agenda.’

You can read the full review here.

Thank you for the lovely review, we really appreciate it.

The first book Arlo, Mrs Ogg and the Dinosaur Zoo opened up a great adventure for Arlo and friends and we are excited to see what happens next in Arlo, Miss Pythia and the Forbidden Box. You can order these titles here.