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Tyrannosaurs, birthday bean cake and FREE copies of Takeshita Demons 4

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ImageLET’S PARTY!!! 

– Our Tyrannosaurs: Meet the Family exhibition officially opens on Saturday!

– My son had a terrific 2nd birthday, complete with super-delicious Best-Friend-Recommended chocolate kidney bean cake…YUM!! And it contains an entire can of kidney beans people!?!)

– I’m promoting the Kid’s Lit Quiz with a guest post up at Reading For Australia called “Beyond Godzilla!  Thrilling Japanese Monsters” on finding story ideas, or as I like to call it, “Why I love science, history and blood-sucking beasts.”

So, to celebrate, I’m making Takeshita Demons 4: MerMonster free on Amazon from Thursday 21 November to Monday 25 November.

Grab your free copy by heading to the Amazon of your choice (perhaps Amazon USUK, or Australia).

No kindle? No problem
If you don’t have a kindle, you can download a free Kindle Reader app, which lets you download direct to your laptop, smart phone, desktop, tablet, fridge…whatever!

So what are you waiting for?? Do it! Do it! Download a free copy of Takeshita Demons 4 and ENJOY! 

More about Takeshita Demons
Takeshita Demons was selected for the 2010 Booktrust Booked Up program, winner of the Frances Lincoln Diverse Voices Children’s Book Award and featured on the BBC’s Blue Peter in 2011.

A gripping, superbly written debut novel” – Writeaway

Two young girls being brave and clever without a hint of pink or glitter on the cover? Hooray!” – The Age

This rollicking ride is totally deserving of the Frances Lincoln Diverse Voices Children’s Book Award” – The West Australian

an excellent scary story, aimed at children but which can be read by all…somewhere between Roald Dahl, the Brothers Grimm and Grange Hill.” – Amazon UK

this will become a firm favourite with younger readers. Recommended.” – Amazon UK

the book is amazing…I hardly put it down” – Chicklish

A thrilling contemporary adventure wittily shot through with the powerful fantasy stories of the old demons from the Japanese past.” – Julia Eccleshare of LoveReading4Kids

a fast-paced story full of suspense” – Paper Tigers


Author: cristyburne


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