We were thrilled to be given the opportunity to review Ross Mountney’s new picture book ‘The Wrong Adventure’. A follow up to Ross’ previous picture book ‘Who’s not in School’, the story is all about a home educating family and the adventures of the youngest child, Harry. There is a distinct lack of such books and it came just as we were gearing up to get back to our home ed rhythm as Autumn begins.
In this installment, Harry is off on an adventure! With an idea sparked by some learning he has been doing with his big brother and sister, he is outside and hard at work on a tunnel he is building in the garden…of course lots of messy learning ensues (punctuated by baths, sometimes fully clothed…)
We enjoyed this book equally as much as the first, and eagerly anticipate more. A definite addition to the book collection for any home ed family with a young adventure, with plenty of giggles and knowing looks from those little ones who have a similar spark to Harry!
‘The Wrong Adventure’ by Ross Mountney is available direct from the publishers, Bird’s Nest Books, you can get your copy here