Title: The Kooky Kids’ Club
Author: Robbie Yates
Genre: Middle Grade
Release Date: November 4th, 2018
Maxine is smart, quirky, and a bit of a misfit. One day, she receives a mysterious invitation to a meeting of the “Kooky Kids’ Club.”
Things are looking bright. It’s nice to finally have a real group of friends. Then Maxine’s teacher disappears.
Maxine doesn’t know what happened to her beloved teacher, or how she can help. But if anybody has the smarts to help Miss Thompson, it’s Maxine and the Kooky Kids’ Club…
This quirky chapter book is for the best kind of kids—the ones who are a little bit kooky!
Welcome to Today’s Kooky Kids’ Club Blog Tour Stop!
Immediately relatable, you will immediately fall in love with the heroine, Maxine, intelligent, quirky, and may have been having trouble fitting in… She had trouble finding her people in school. It seems like the only person who gets her is her teacher Miss Thompson.
On a normal tedious day in school, Maxine receives a note saying that she’s invited in a club that’s for eccentric, kooky kids’. Then she started to feel her belongingness. She met people there whom she became fast friends with. Next day in school, a new teacher has appeared leading class 5T. Maxine is itching to find out what had happened to Miss Thompson. As curious to put an end to the questions, they are in for an intricate dilemma to solve. Equipped with their quick wits, eccentric quirks, they embark on a journey of putting an end to it. Strengthening bonds and radiating subtle but highly absorbing righteousness.
It is a perfect any time & anywhere read. One can easily-even adults alike will immediately connect. I love how Robbie Yates always incorporate his books’ that both the young and the big ones out there can connect with. And that bond is stronger than most. I always get that feeling from his books, always. I totally recommend them BTW. (You may find it here.)
His characters were empathetic and are always up for the challenges thrown in their way. Even in a case meant for being alone, but know that no one is ever alone. And it is the positivity that we all need. A small spark of it can ignite a lot. These band of kooky kids’ is alluring to see. We feel represented by them in so many ways, both from our memories and presently speaking.
His writing has changed but yet the same, with the hint of enchanting touch that I would never get tired of. I would always read them to whatever end. It flows on great. A lot of where one connects easily, filled with a smile tugging humor and moral tendencies thought and dealt with.
It was kooky, fun, engagingly righteous! And it is the perfect Christmastime Gift!
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One morning the following week, Maxine felt a gentle nudge as she came in from recess. She looked up. A girl with blonde hair handed her a small folded note. Her name, “Maxine James,” was printed neatly on the front.
Surprised, Maxine glanced up, but the girl just shrugged. She didn’t seem to know what the note was about either.
Maxine unfolded the note carefully so she wouldn’t tear the paper. She hoped it wasn’t nasty, but something about the handwriting on the front told her that this was something special.
Maxine folded the note back up and slipped it into her pocket. She bit her lip. Who were these kids, and what did they want with her?
She was baffled but curious. And when the lunch bell rang, she hurried toward the library, keeping her eyes peeled for a boy in green.
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Robbie Yates is an author based in the vibrant city of Melbourne, Australia. He enjoys the crunch of autumn leaves and eating tasty snacks from his childhood.
In his free time, Robbie likes to read the stories of Roald Dahl, Paul Jennings, and J.K. Rowling. Robbie also likes to go geocaching, play board games, and have water-balloon fights.
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