Yes it is. Not long to go now and if you have children to buy for and are puzzling over just what to buy them, may I make a suggestion? Sherlock Holmes and the Missing Snowman!! That's the trouble with snowman, they just don't have the knack of hanging around for long and when young Henrietta's snowman unaccountably disappears who better to help her than Mr Sherlock Holmes. Lovingly illustrated by Rikey Austin with attention to Holmesian detail that will satisfy the adults who take a
A recent review: Move over adult Sherlock Holmes fans, the younger set now get their own version
of our favourite intrepid detective, Sherlock Holmes. Written in a gentle yet
classical Holmes style, Holmes does what he does best, solve a mystery for a
young girl whose snowman has mysteriously vanished. Would definitely recommend
this book for children of Sherlock Holmes fans as it's bound to be a classic.
The manner in which Holmes solves the mystery should spark the imagination of a
younger reader and lead to thoughtful discussion. Just how did Holmes solve the
mystery? Discover it yourself in the pages of this well written book. Lovely
illustrations much in keeping with the gentle style of the story round out the
Holmes and The Missing Snowman is available from all good bookshops including in the USA Barnes
and Noble and Amazon , in the UK Amazon and Waterstones. For elsewhere Book
Depository who offer free
delivery worldwide. In ebook format it is in Kindle, Kobo,
Nook and iPad.
And if you are visiting Lyme then you will find it in Alice's Bear Shop.
And check out Ross Foads review here: Ross and the Snowman!
What can you find here? Reviews of new and not quite so new Sherlock Holmes novels and collections. Interviews with authors, link to blogs worth following, links to where you can purchase my books and some reviews of my work garnered from Amazon sites. Plus a few scary pics of me and a link to various Lyme Regis videos on YouTube...see what we do here and how....and indeed why!!! Next to the Lyme Regis Video Bar is a Jeremy Brett as Holmes Video Bar and now a Ross K Video Bar. And stories and poems galore in the archives.