Book Review, Early Reader

Albert Johnson and the Buns of Steel by Phil Earle & illustrated by Steve May

Barrington Stoke have teamed up with Phil Earle and Steve May to create another brilliant Little Gems story for young readers (age 5-8). As an early chapter book, it builds confidence through manageable sections of text, short chapters and many large, colourful illustrations. Children will develop their reading endurance with this incredibly appetizing story.

Albert’s dad is a master baker and would like nothing more than for Albert to join him in the family business. Albert just isn’t interested. He’d much rather play sports. To help keep up with demand, Albert’s father builds the Doughmaster 5000 – an incredible machine to do all the baking for them! Is this the solution to all of their problems or a recipe for disaster?

This is a laugh-out-loud sci-fi adventure! Young readers will love the battle with the dastardly machine as it comes to life and turns on its creator!

Thank you to Barrington Stoke for this fun book!

Click on the cover below to find out more or purchase on-line from Amazon.

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