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Join the Treasure Trail with Max Booth Future Sleuth; Chip Blip!

WHAT USE IS A CHIP THAT YOU CAN’T EAT? MAX IS ABOUT TO FIND OUT!

Max Booth is back! And it’s another exciting, mind-boggling and gripping adventure in the chase involving a microscopic artefact from 400 years ago! Kids in the 7 to 11 age bracket will get totally sucked in to the time-warp with Max and Oscar in the 25th century. Max Booth Chip Blip, and its awesome author, Cameron Macintosh, are here to set tails wagging, so let’s bound into more rollicking capers together!  

Support author Cameron Macintosh during our campaign from August 3 to 7. 

Illustrated by Dave Atze. Published by Big Sky Publishing. Hosted at www.justkidslit.com/blog and Books On Tour PR & Marketing.

 

About the Book

Max Booth Future Sleuth: Chip Blip

Max and his robo-dog, Oscar, are baffled by the discovery of a tiny device that looks like a grain of rice. They soon figure out what it is – an ID chip that should have been implanted into a very special dog … 400 years ago!

The chip leads Max and Oscar to another long-lost treasure … but they aren’t the only folks in the hunt for it. If Max and Oscar aren’t careful, they could be hounded off the treasure trail for good!

 

Book Trailer

What’s this ‘treasure trail’ all about then? Watch to find out more…

Campaign Appearances

Join the treasure trail in Cameron Macintosh’s fifth title in the Max Booth Future Sleuth series, Chip Blip, with special appearances at the following media sources. Please follow www.justkidslit.com/blog, the links listed below and Books On Tour PR & Marketing on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to see all the special media features.

 

Max Booth Future Sleuth

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