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Jack's Amazing Shadow

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Jack and his amazing magical shadow are the VERY best of friends.
But sometimes even BEST-FRIENDS fall out...

A lively story that’s perfect for anyone who’s ever wondered what their shadow gets up to when they’re not looking.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published October 1st 2013 by Pavilion (first published March 1st 2013)
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I was sent this book to review with my children. The story is about Jack and his shadow that isn't like any ordinary shadow. In fact Jack and his shadow are best friends. But one day the shadow does something really naughty and gets Jack into trouble.

Jack tells the shadow to go away and leave him alone. At first Jack is happy but then he begins to realise what he is missing and wishes he has his shadow back....

My 6 year old was gripped by the story as I read it to him. The illustrations complim
Jack is penned as an ordinary boy. One teeny tiny thing about Jack is far from ordinary, and that his amazing, magical shadow. You see Jack and his shadow are very best friends, you could say they are inseparable. They romp and play and have great fun together. One day Jack's shadow got carried away and started to be naughty. He turned on the taps in the sink and let the water overflow. Bad Shadow. He pulled the nails from a picture in the living room and detached it from the wall. Bad Shadow. H ...more
Alice Hudson
fab illustrations fun to read aloud. my 2 yr old loved it
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Tom Percival writes and illustrates picture books (you know, for kids) as well as illustrating books written by other people. The most well known of these is probably the excellent Skulduggery Pleasant series by Derek Landy.

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