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By: Andy Huxtable

Charlie Ant 2: The Wizard Ant

Pages: 36 Ratings: 5.0
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Charlie Ant is desperate. His best friend, Sam, has just fallen into a tray of curry and chips! He needs to find a way to rescue Sam before he drowns…but what can he do?

Sam is shocked when Charlie returns to help as he looks completely different!

There is no choice but to ask The Wizard Ant for help…but he is really scary!

Andy was born and raised in the east end of London. He went to Parmiter's Grammar School and started working at age 15. Andy started his own company and eventually employed over a 100 people. Later, he sold out to a South African company in 2001 and retired.
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  • @reads.grace

    An interesting children's book. Andy Huxtable has written this short book called, ""Charlie Ant 2: The Wizard Ant"". The story is based on an ant named Charlie and his friend Sam. They both go on a trip across a few fields. Sam falls in a garbage pit on the way and to save him Charlie gets himself into trouble. To undo what had happened to them they had to take help from the wizard ant who is a very tall and angry kind of ant. Charlie and Sam are scared. Will they visit the wizard ant? Will they be normal again?

    It is just 36 pages in length, it still keeps you indulged. I have read a lot of children's books this year and this stood out the most to me. What grabbed me was the interest that the author has created for the reader and the drawings. The drawings are really beautiful. They have innocence in them. I have rated this book a definite five stars. This book is well-deserving of it. This book navigates the ideas of friendship, trust, courage, and most importantly of hope. I believe that this book is a good read for children and will incorporate good ideas into their minds.

    I recommend this book to children, of course. Other than that, parents are advised to pick this up. Course books and kid's magazines are equally apt to use to print. Let's get your hands on this book!

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