My Pet Yeti (Adventure Book for Kids Ages 9-12!) (Chance Bradley Adventure Books 3) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-08-13 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 4 user ratings
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Book Introduction: Chance Bradley is enjoying his winter break to the fullest. The snowfall is heavy and he's doing all the winter activities with his friends to the max. But when his snow fort is wrecked, Chance sets out to find the mysterious culprit. Could the legends be true? Can Chance find and tame the Yeti? A fun action-adventure middle reader kids book for ages 9-12 and adults. Children's middle reader with 9 Color Illustrations The Chance Bradley Adventures Series are action-packed stories filled with action, science fiction, adventure and a hint of fantasy.


Praise for the Chance Bradley Adventure Series:

"Bought this book for my son and he loved it. I can tell when he really likes a book. He reads abit and comes tell me what he just read and goes back and does the same thing again. When it was done, he wanted more...." - Darren Hosier

"The hero is a boy easily identifiable as an everyday kid you'd meet in school doing the things kids do each day, who just happens to be super smart. He has all the other insecurities and hang-ups all kids go through. It's an entertaining, fast read." - Kathy Ivan

"I got a kick out of the creative plot that seemed somewhat believable and then wound into a fantasy filled plot that will take kids on an imagination filled journey." - Greg Merchant


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