Moondust

Moondust Ed Frost is testing his brand new telescope on the nearby hills when he spots a shadowy figure Unusually the stranger stops walking leaves something behind and returns the way he came Ed and his bes

  • Title: Moondust
  • Author: Neil Wilson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 104
  • Format: ebook
  • Ed Frost is testing his brand new telescope on the nearby hills when he spots a shadowy figure Unusually, the stranger stops walking, leaves something behind and returns the way he came Ed and his best friend Bertie investigate They eventually find an old sack Inside are two terrified Welsh terrier pups, left for dead Ed names one Moondust and the other Meteor MoonduEd Frost is testing his brand new telescope on the nearby hills when he spots a shadowy figure Unusually, the stranger stops walking, leaves something behind and returns the way he came Ed and his best friend Bertie investigate They eventually find an old sack Inside are two terrified Welsh terrier pups, left for dead Ed names one Moondust and the other Meteor Moondust soon becomes a much loved member of the family, while Meteor s life hangs in the balance By chance, Ed spots an advert for puppies in the local newspaper He phones the number on the advert, pretending to be interested in buying a pup The pups are being sold at a local farm Ed and Bertie go to the farm on a spying mission On the way they meet an old foe He has been upset by his older brother who is renting the farm and selling the puppies in a heartless money making business The boys make an unexpected friendship and when they arrive to spy at the farm they are disgusted by what they see bedraggled underfed pups, kept in dirty and cramped conditions a cruel death camp for dogs A courageous and daring race for life begins Can they rescue the pups and bring the sinister operator to justice

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    1. As mentioned in many of my published reviews and bio’s, I really enjoy expanding my client base in terms of being asked provide feedback on various types of books. This is why I was very content when Neil Wilson provided his children’s book “Moondust” for me to review. Written for the age group of 8 to 12, “Moondust” finds two young friends embark on a journey that is reminiscent of “Homeward Bound” and “North,” with an obvious edge. The discovery of a mysterious figure and a [...]

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