A Bad Review

This is a review I received from a child in Sheffield who didn’t like the Snow Merchant. I got about thirty reviews in all, but this was by far my favourite because all the others were the same. They all said: “This book is amazing I can’t wait to read more”. So all of those children had probably just copied what their teacher had written as an example on the board. But this child had been honest and put what he really thought. I liked that. He didn’t put his name, but whoever you are, I’ve tried to put even more adventure into my next book Lilliput. And though it doesn’t have a pigeon in, it does have a parrot, and I hope he’s just as cute.

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