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By: P.J. Reeves

Mosquito Story

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For too long mosquitoes, mozzies for short, have been the subject of unjustified persecution, ridicule and scorn. They suffer the humiliation of being an evolutionary mistake, sent to torment and plague humans. Good for nothing, unwanted! Tainted by a reputation of being diseased, blood-sucking pests. This book seeks to rectify that misconception in an adventurous and humourous way. Every mozzie has a story to tell!
This unique and quirky story is full of life and death, love and hate, work and fun, ups and downs, following the day-to-day adventures of a mozzie community living next to a fish pond in a suburban front yard. This book will capture your imagination and redefine the readers’ preconceptions of mosquitoes. After reading the book, you will momentarily pause and reflect, prior to swatting the next mosquito that settles on your arm.

Peter Reeves was born in Sydney and graduated from the University of Sydney with a degree in Engineering. He retired in 2017, after working as a civil engineer for 35 years. Peter has a passion for flying and a keen interest in nature, which led to the inspiration for this work. He and his wife, Robyn, have two children and live on the NSW Central Coast.

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