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“A charmingly old-fashioned sort of set-up which will appeal to young readers who have outgrown Horrid Henry.” Rebecca Davies, The Independent
In this first book of Jesper Jinx’s wonderfully wicked adventures you’re going to meet Jesper’s family and Snowy the Cat. Also, there’s a mysterious new classmate with a moustache. And it’s up to Jesper to launch his famous Boredom Breaker.
What harm would it do to have a little fun?
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“From the very first page this book will have you chuckling.” (Review)
“Children will be drawn into the stories, especially as before reading it they have to sign a Secrecy Agreement as Jesper is not allowed to know about the existence of this book!” (Review)
“This is a real pick-you-up & unputdownable read!” (Review)
“I loved the stories and Jesper’s ingenuity. That boy has a lot of guts.” (Review)
“Jesper Jinx is a lovely boy of 11 who is like every other boy of 11, but with an extra dose of that insane energy and an extra-extra dose of that insane insanity.” (Review)
“This book tells you different stories about Jesper and his adventures, which are entertaining and fun to read.” (Review)
“Life in Puffington Hill will never be dull when the disastrous, but likable Jesper Jinx is around!” (Review)
“From the very beginning to the unwanted end, Marko Kitti does a wonderful job making his readers laugh out loud in delight.” (Review)
“You know this boy. If you are teacher, or were a teacher in a middle grade classroom, you know this boy. Or at least this type of boy.” (Review)
“The silly and hilarious adventures are enough to keep kids engaged and will remind them to be kind and think about their actions before carrying them out.” (Review)
“A wonderful middle grade fiction, this book is worth a read with all its humor and fun.” (Review)