MAGICKED to the Kingdom of the Deep by the witch Griselda, the boys meet stingrays, octopus and squid (who only want a little squeeze and a cuddle) and then a mermaid (whose mother has lost her tail) but fortunately, the cat Snuggle comes to the rescue.
So goes a snippet of an introduction to The Kingdom of the Deep, a charmingly illustrated adventure for children aged five and over.
This is the latest in the Ramion series, published to acclaim by Perronet Press.
Do check out the wonderful website accompanying the series which tells you all about the author, his inspiration and his books so far.
In The Kingdom of the Deep, Boris the skull convinces witch Griselda she needs a holiday. But before she sets off to her Pembrokeshire castle destination, she casts a dangerous spell…
Here, Dylan Garrington, aged nine, tells us what he thinks of the adventure…
It's a good book because you know from the start that it is about the deep and you want to know what is going to happen, even though you know it's in the deep.
My favourite picture is one where it looks like the boys are sliding down. It looks like fun.
I like the pictures and especially the skeleton's eyes. Spells come into it early on and that is good on holiday. Its' an adventure. I would give it eight out of 10.
We have six copies of The Kingdom of the Deep to give away.
Closing date is October 19.
We will follow the time-honoured tradition of how to go about these things and when that date comes around. We will pull names out of a hat.
To be in with a chance of getting your hands on a copy, please either email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment below this post. If you are successful, then we will ask for an address to send your book to.