Ghost Lights Of Dry Brook by Sherri Kukla
Great children's adventure
Ghost Lights Of Dry Brook by Sherri Kukla is a Christian children's adventure and perfect for children aged ten and up. It is the second book in the Moto Mysteries series, but can be read as an independent book.
The reader is treated to another riddle that the three children stumble over. They love their zest for life and their curiosity with the reader. I find that reading reminds me of the atmosphere of my childhood Scooby Doo cartoons.
The children have big hearts. They have been adopted and have kept their homes forever and want to welcome other lost souls. The reader understands Millie's desire to be the only girl and her fear of being pushed into the background. The parents are fulfilling an inherited dream of being a refuge for injured children.
The voice of each chapter changes between Millie in the third person and her brother Jeremiah in the first.
I really enjoy this series. They are good old-fashioned adventures led by children. No child's reading experience should be without these books.
I got this book for free. A positive rating was not required and all views expressed are my own.
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