This is the first novelette in the Serebral Senior Mystery Series.
A giant feat for me, but an elfin read for everyone else I suspect.
I’d love to hear more suggestions for the female equivalent of “Geezer Lit.”
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Can anyone help? What is the female equivalent of Geezer Lit? Not heard of Geezer Lit? It is mystery and adventure, cozy not noir, for those past the first flush of youth.
Young at heart adventure, with a spoonful of mystery and a tincture of romance.
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Candlewick Press Children’s Fiction publication date 12th Sept 2017 via NetGalley.
A tale of fear and friendship–buy and read before Halloween with or without your kids to help keep the ghoulies at bay.
I love how the author, LaReau, reframes negatives into positives. The whole narrative arc regresses the adult reader into that frame of mind where everything is possible when you’re young, open-minded, and full of adventure. The characters are quick sketches with hidden depths offering young readers many opportunities to understand why people behave the way they do.
Who can’t relate to the need for emergency snacks.
A lovely read all round.
Fabulous and fun illustrations capture the Ratsos moods and emotions.