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Materbeampater, by Honey R. Adewole | Book Spotlight

Article provided by Honey R. Adewole
The Children’s Book Review | March 1, 2016

MATERBEAMPATER is an ingenious children’s book jam-packed with humour, morals and vibrant characters:

Edward Bang the unfortunate boy who has mash potatoes for head and sausages for hair. (Bangers is the word)

Grumpy Frumpy Poppy Brown who can’t manage a smile and whenever she walks down town even the birds fall all the way down.

Beatrice Lefty Flunker who can’t eat without making a mess…..and she really didn’t mean to cut the girl’s fingers in a beat.

Alias Nutter who can’t help but rob the whole town of their nuts…..and yes the mouse came by but he didn’t share.

And Mama’s Milly who is on the run again. Will mama catch her this time and give her a darn good wash?

Edward BangChildren will love these vivacious but true to the heart tales:

They will be able to relate to being different among their peers and learning to understand what makes them special and most importantly that you breakthrough eventually.

But until then will all learn to laugh it off because life’s too good to let these little things get to you.

grumpy Poppy brownThe exaggerated cautionary tales are ones to be loved.

The willpower of the children who stand out to be admired.

And the importance of a good laugh cannot be missed out.

Drooly CarolyTold in rhyming verses, each of the ten characters stand alone with their own story.

Tea Pot PpleSo put your naughty hat on…

Get your deep stockings out…..

And get ready to fill them up with laughs, a few morals and aha inspiring moments.

Sure to be a winner with Grandparents for its wit, MATERBEAMPATER, is one book a child can grow with.

Younger kids can enjoy stories like Slacked Nose Linda and The Tea Pot People for its beauty and simplicity.

And tweens can enjoy the fables and their morals.

And teenagers and grownups can indulge themselves whenever they feel like it.


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About the Author

Honey Rita Adewole lives in London with her family. She enjoys creativity and looks forward to writing more exciting stories for children.

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