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Freddy Fumple’s world is about to do a 360, in this nail biting, thought bursting, hilarious and spectacular adventure that will keep you turning the pages from beginning to end.
Freddy Fumple is not like others. For one, he has no interest in soccer and he is always pondering, “How far is infinity”.
When he and the rest of his family move to an old house out in the country, everything is about to change. Soon Freddy is on the verge of discovering a world beyond his wildest dreams. A world that needs his help and a place where he can finally get the answer to his question.
Of course, Freddy has to hope that his neighbor doesn’t turn him into stew first, while he manages to help a confused ghost that is in his new room and avoid being devoured by the terrifying mindmonsters.
Giveaways 4 Mom Review
Freddy Fumple and the Mindmonsters is a great book for older kids. However, it is a little too advanced for my boys since they are toddlers. I read the book myself and as an adult, I found it to be a real page-turner. The author is very descriptive throughout the entire book, so you can really visualize in your mind what is taking place.
The prologue had me a little confused about what to expect. However, as I was reading the chapters everything begin to tie in together.
Additionally, the book does contain some profanity in it. However, I would not say that it is overly filled with curse words. Nevertheless, if you are someone who shields you child from all types of curse words, you wouldn’t want them to read this book.
Overall, I found Freddy Fumple and the Mindmonsters to be an excellent read and I would recommend it. I purchase the kindle version, but I think children would enjoy the paperback version better.