Book Blast: Melody Jackson and the House on Lafayette Street

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Jaymee Lee’s (Cup of Tea and A Book) Review:

When I first started reading B.M.B’s book, I had a hard time not being bored with it but by the third chapter and after getting to know the characters and being comfortable with his writing, I can say that I started to enjoy this book even more. B.M.B writes with a great deal of  creativity. The tales her dad tells her were enjoyable, funny and witty but as I wrapped up this book I could not help but wonder what he was bringing to the plate in his next one. Great talent from a imaginative mind!

 

Book Blurb:

The house next door had always been a little creepy. But when her father began to tell stories of his own childhood, Melody Jackson knew this wasn’t going to be an average summer vacation.

Great summer read.  Quirky know-it-all girls are rarely the star of a novel.  Join Melody Jackson and her funny family as they just try to live their lives amidst the chaos.
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