Kingsview Kids Adventures:: Internet Friend & Adventure in Africa

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Author House, Feb 10, 2012 - Family & Relationships - 228 pages
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Kingsview Kids Adventures is an unputdownable didactic book of two adventures for children of ages eight to twelve. The language is simple and aids building diction while having fun. The book is a quick fantasy escape of childhood relationships with family and friends. Children are inspired through exaggerated characters and plots to enjoy life, follow their dreams, contribute positively to society, and aspire to greatness.

Seven friends – Van and Vee Powell; John, Jess, and Tony Peterson; Rita Patel; and Tobi Clarke – meet and fall into two wonderful adventures. How did Van vanish? How can the Kingsview Kids escape a greedy gang of African armed robbers?

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Jessil Abner was born in London into a large family of ten. She enjoyed a close relationship with her siblings and had a satisfying, mischievous childhood. She formed an adventure group of ten and twelve-year-old children with her sister and childhood friends; this later evolved into a Scout Movement. Jessil was educated in BA (Hons) English, amongst other qualifications. Since the early 1990s, she has worked extensively with children of ages three to twelve as a summer camp counsellor, mentor, school governor, and teacher in America, Nigeria and England. Jessil is a devout Christian who enjoys reading, writing, travelling, and working with children. She wants children to have good clean fun and enjoy learning every day. Contact Jessil Abner by email –

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