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The Six Macs and the Slime Monster from Loch Ness-bookcover

By: David J Dawkins

The Six Macs and the Slime Monster from Loch Ness

Pages: 114 Ratings: 5.0
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Thrusting their arms into the air with clenched fists they shout, "The Six Macs". Scruffy MacTuffy had no ideas that his nightmare was about to almost come true. Meeting for a fishing trip could have been a bad idea after their biggest catch got away, but what was it that got away? The Six Macs explore the opposite side of the river after a daredevil bridge crossing where they find a long dark cave leading to a journey of danger and something a little bit on the scary side. That evening they tell their parents what they saw, but they think their stories are a bit too imaginative. So a second trip is arranged for the following day with their parents coming along. The parents keep joking about the Six Macs' story but they will soon believe every single word they said.

David J Dawkins has been writing stories for his son for many years. It's only recently now he is older that his son suggested that he should get them published.

David J Dawkins is a chef and an artist working in glass and ceramics. He has serious concerns about climate change and the loss of our natural world. This book is the first one of a series of books about the adventures of the Six Macs. In each book, there is an environmental message. In the fifth book, The Six Macs become eco-warriors. The author believes these books are his contribution towards the fight against the way we are treating our world.

The messages in the book are very light, making his books fun to read.

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  • fosterjake11

    An amazing and engaging story!
    I have recently finished reading The Six Macs and the Slime Monster from Loch Ness and I thoroughly enjoyed every part of it! The characters are superbly written and I can't wait to find out what David writes next! Would definitely recommend it to anyone buying a book for their child aged between 8 and 15.

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