Lost in the Museum is out at last

Ike-with-Lost-in-Museum

Harrumph, I have hardly even seen my author. A.J.’s been so busy gadding about with Tui Merriweather, and all sorts of other writers and stories, instead of paying attention to me. So I’ve decided to lay low for a bit and read this book.

It is designed for older readers and adults, so I don’t see what all the fuss is about. Still, the cover is really pretty – and I never knew that Time Travelling Clock really worked, or that Tui works for the Coterie. Hmmm…

Ike

Geoff_Popham

Geoff Popham, Cover Artist

Don’t worry, I haven’t forgotten about Ike, he just has to get used to the fact that “his” author gets really busy.

If you’re 12 or over you might enjoy a project I was heavily involved in. It is really aimed at teenagers and adults and is available at the Children’s Bookshop in Wellington, and should be available at Unity and all good bookstores soon.

Beatties Blog Review, Tracie McBride’s blog with short discussion of appropriate agegroup.

A.J.

Time Traveller Clock at Te Papa Museum

Time Traveller Clock

 

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About ajponder

A.J. Ponder is the award winning author of Wizard's Guide to Wellington, Miss Lionheart and the Laboratory of Death, as well as a number of well-regarded short stories, including Dying for the Record.
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