The Adventures of the Kingsley Kids is a three-book volume, comprising The Kingsley Kids and the Invisible Spray; The Kingsley Kids and the Tiny Babatool people; and The Kingsley Kids and the Babatool Banquet.
These stories are about two boys, Jaxon and Leo and a girl, Taylor. who are all 10-years-old and attend Kingsley Primary School. They are fun stories that use magic to create and solve problems for the three children. In The Kingsley Kids and the Invisible Spray, Jaxon finds an invisible spray that he and his friends use to teach the classroom bully a lesson. In The Kingsley Kids and the Tiny Babatool people, Jaxon discovers a tiny race of people who live underground. And The Kingsley Kids and the Babatool Banquet is the story of how they visit the Babatool’s underground town for an unusual banquet.
While the stories are interesting, I didn’t find them particularly well-written or well-formatted. The print is small for this audience. The stories use magic that requires mind-techniques which I don’t particularly like, but that’s just a personal preference.
Overall entertaining, but would have benefitted from additional editing.
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