Beach Potato by Sarah Riley
(The Muckabee Adventure Series)

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Jess knew that leaving the city was the right thing to do and it would give her a chance to escape the bullying without having to fight it, but she had no idea just how different life in Titterstone would be. Her new home would not only give her new hope, but it would also give her close encounters with pirates, ghosts, surfing big waves and beach adventures.

A feel good read for the whole family, that will get everyone running straight for the nearest beach.


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"Great kids book full of fun and a bit of mystery, Joe was the mystery and left you thinking, easy reading. You could picture the village and the surf in your mind and wanted to be there, kids loved it."

“I’m 10 years old and I enjoyed this book immensely. I cried when I figured out Joe left!! Ooops sorry I just spilled the story. But this was the best book I’ve ever read!! 5/5.”

“This story is Amazing. Easy to read and paced wonderfully. It was like I was actually there, following every step taken. Hope book two is out very soon. Recommend this book to anyone. Xxx”

“This book was great!! I couldn’t put it down for a whole day!! I’m hoping there will be a 2nd book as it is amazing!! I suggest that everyone should get this book its great!!!”

“1 of the best books I’ve ever read! It captures the minds of both young and old through its mind-boggling descriptions and un-put-down-able, capturing story line! Must read, when is number 2?”

“I haven’t picked a book up in years but this one was amazing I really got into it n could read so much more. When will Beach Potato 2 be released? Thank you Sarah Riley.”

About Sarah Riley

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Published June 22, 2011 210 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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