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Eric Appleby: Danger Zone Paperback – 12 Jul 2017
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About the Author
Dan Worsley is a children's author and performance storyteller from Blackpool, UK. 'Eric Appleby: Danger Zone' is his fourth children's book and the sequel to 'Eric Appleby: Zero to Hero'. Dan's latest book sees him team up again with talented illustrator, Martin Spore. When he's not writing, Dan visits schools, libraries and all manner of public spaces where he encourages children to read and write through his inspiring author visits, writing workshops and spellbinding storytelling sessions. You can find out more about Dan at www.danworsley.com or follow him on Twitter @dan__worsley
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Perfect size for kids wanting a book for bedtime, this can be used to excite children and spark their imaginations, as well as show them being a superhero is a believable career option for a school-aged kid. The author has created paper-based glue to keep your attention on the action until the grand finale. Well done Dan Worsley - another firecracker of a book!
from start to end,
Eric's like a long lost friend.
A conquering force,
Though a modest lad,
Who knows no bounds
To save his Dad.
An exciting read,
Pages packed with tension,
The "Evil One"
I'm loathed to mention,
Gets all she deserves
As the tale is told,
It's a brilliant read
For both young & old.