Whoever would have thought that a child could entertain a partnership with a headlouse? Quite by chance, Brad the louse manages to hit the one part of Jake’s brain that enables to tap into Jake’s thoughts, and thereby begins a curious partnership that helps Jake to see things in an entirely new light. Of course, that’s not the only thing that happens, because Jake has the rest of his class to contend with, not to mention certain tests taking place in May of Year Six… and then there is the matter of the class bully to deal with. Davies has a sure eye and ear for classroom happenings, and the story rings true on many counts. Well worth reading as many teachers will be sympathetic with the plot too… children will be affirmed in their thoughts, and I am definitely looking forward to its sequel, due in the new year.
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