Synopsis: When Bobby learns more about homelessness, he wants to tell his classmates and help make a difference. But everyone is busy and distracted by their own activities. Can he find a way to tell this important story?

Release Date: 1st August 2022

Genres: Middle Grade, Illustrated, Friendship, Charity, Comics

Pages: 32

Thank you so much to Capstone/ Picture Window Books and Netgalley for the ebook to read and review.

Review:I loved the creativity of this story and the message it put out in such a fun way. Bobby is a comic book artist and everyone loves reading them, then he learns all about the homeless but no one at school will listen to him.

I really loved that he had a strong platform at school and wanted to use it to bring up a very important topic and to help others. It was really creative seeing how it was done.

I would have loved a chapter though on what the class did next to help, it’s a shame it wasn’t added into the story. Sometimes children want to help but don’t know how, this book could have been a great guidance to how to start, but it just needed that one more chapter.

I really loved the illustrations and I adored getting to see the entire class of children, such a creative touch within the story. It’s a really easy and great read, with creativity, friendship and an important cause showing that any age can help out.

About Author: Bryan Patrick Avery discovered his love of reading and writing at an early age when he received his first Bobbsey Twins mystery. He writes picture books, chapter books, middle grade, and graphic novels. He is the author of the picture book The Freeman Field Photograph, as well as “The Magic Day Mystery” in Super Puzzletastic Mysteries. Bryan lives in northern California with his family.

About Illustrator: Arief Putra loves working and drawing in his home studio at the corner of Yogyakarta city in Indonesia. He enjoys coffee, cooking, space documentaries, and solving the Rubik’s Cube. Living in a small house in a rural area with his wife and two sons, Arief has a big dream to spread positivity around the world through his art.


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