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Fun, Children’s #Fantasy – Kate on the Case by Hannah Peck – #RhymingReview

Title: Kate on the Case

Author: Hannah Peck

Publisher: Piccadilly Press

Published: July 2nd, 2021

Pages: 160

Rating:  4*

My Review:

A copy of this children’s book was sent to me
I couldn’t resist reading it as you can see
So today I’m going to share my review
Of this detective adventure with you, too!

Kate is travelling off on the train
To visit her Mum in the Arctic again
She’s accompanied by her Rupert, her mouse accomplice
He’s someone who she’d really miss!

When things on the train start to disappear
What’s happened to them isn’t at all clear
So Kate and Rupert start to investigate
To solve the mystery they cannot wait.

This is a story with suspects a-few but
They need to find just where the things have been put
They really also want to catch the thief
So all can relax- it’d be a relief!

This is a well illustrated adventurous fantasy read
Just the kind of story children many need
It is fun, has clues and will have them turning the pages
Keeping them entertained for ages and ages.


Young reporter-in-training Kate and her mouse-accomplice Rupert are on board a train, to visit Kate’s mum in the Arctic.

But as soon as the train departs, mysterious things start happening.

A packet of ginger nuts goes missing . . .

A collection of gymnastics trophies are stolen . . .

And some ancient scrolls disappear . . .

Fellow passenger Madame Maude seems the most likely culprit, until a surprising – and delicious – twist turns the whole investigation on its head.


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