Book: Daniel Max and the King in the Tower by Moshe Sippercategories: Book, Magic, Quest, Action, Jabberwock, Secret Passage, Riddles, Fantasy Adventure
Moshe Sipperabout this book: My book is a fun and educational read for tweens. I was inspired to write it because I think kids at this age are very imaginative, open, and just thirsting for a great adventure! I tried to mix fantasy with science, and a bit of logic and math. A quest that requires brains rather than brawn.
I'm glad the reviewers liked it ...
• "Sipper has done a stellar job of creating a fast-paced and very engaging fantasy that will definitely keep tweens on their toes. There are plenty of riddles to solve as well as new words to learn along the way. Closing with a cliffhanger, readers will be anxiously awaiting its sequel!" (5 stars) — San Francisco Book Review
• "Sipper's book is a fun and fast read and perfect for kids reading at the chapter book level. He sets up the story for a sequel (Where is Daniel and Dana's father?) so enjoy this book this summer and keep your eyes peeled (not literally!!) for the next one!" (5 stars) — Portland Book Review
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