“Super Speed Sam: Hide and Panic Stations” by Monty J. McClaine


Monty J. McClaine
CreateSpace (2016)
ISBN 9781530435890
Reviewed by Paola Belloso (age 9) for Reader Views (01/17)

“Super Speed Sam: Hide and Panic Stations” by Monty J. McClaine is the story of a boy named Jack who has a dog he calls Sam. They loved to play Hide & Seek, until one day while playing Jack found a perfect spot to hide that was new for him. He gave the shout of “ready” to Sam and the wait started.

Sam came down and looked at all the places he knew Jack always hid. He looked and looked and double-checked, but Sam could not find him anywhere, while Jack was waiting to be found he got distracted and bored of the long wait.

With no luck, Sam kept looking and Jack’s parents started to worry. You will have to read this fun new adventure and discover what happened.

“Super Speed Sam: Hide and Panic Stations” by Monty J. McClaine is a good short story that you will enjoy as well as I did.  It has a lot of action and you will discover Sam’s secret powers. I will read this book to the younger kids at school so they won’t get lost playing Hide & Seek.

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