Book Review: Molly Maybe and the Ghost Train by Kristina Stephenson
“Molly Maybe has a marvellous secret – she and her faithful sidekick, Waggy Burns, are the only ones who can travel to an amazing monster world which mirrors our own. Take a ride in the incredible mundervator with Molly and help her solve a crisis in Undermunder.
There’s a terrible smell in Smallsbury but Molly knows that it’s not the drains! She ventures down into Undermunder and discovers three little monsters, who can’t stop pumping out pony smells in fear. They’ve lost their kite and too scared of the ghastly ghost, the Ghoulie Gumpus to get it back. Will Molly be able to show them there’s nothing to be scared of? Or is the Ghoulie Gumpus just too ghastly?”
Molly Maybe and the Ghost Train is the latest addition to the unmissable Molly Maybe series. Molly is a lovely and feisty girl who’s not afraid to get her hands dirty. She’s always ready for adventure and we love reading about them. The new book is lots of fun and the monsters and ghosts make the story extra exciting.
Molly Maybe books are perfect for kids aged 3+ but my 2-year-old loves them too. The illustrations are really cute and the characters very likeable. We love these tough but sweet books.
Buy yours in your local book store or online from Amazon.co.uk.
Don’t miss these free downloadable Molly Maybe assets: Activity Sheets and Monster Buddies Cards to give to friends and school or nursery.
We were sent this book for this review. As always, all my reviews are 100% honest and all thoughts and opinions are my own.