Book Review of Jess and the Christmas Surprise (The Jess Mystery Series, Book 3) by Nina Levison


Blurb:
Jess, her best friend Ruby and the rest of Class Three are very excited about the Christmas Concert at Oakhill Primary School. On the day of the Concert, Mrs Duster, the school caretaker, realises that her cat Poppy has disappeared. The children search everywhere in the school, but they cannot find her. When strange noises are heard during the Concert, the children begin to wonder if Poppy is trapped somewhere nearby.
Will they find Poppy?
Are they are in for a big surprise?

My Review:
Jess and her friends are back again with the third book in the series with a Christmas surprise.

It is Christmas Season and everyone, young and old, are busy preparing for the celebration. There are carols being practiced, nativity plays being conducted, Santa Clause getting ready and so many gifts are being packed everywhere. But Poppy their school cat has suddenly vanished. Everyone has searched high and low for her but she is nowhere to be found. Will Jess and her friends be able to find Poppy? Also there is someone else who has a surprise for Jess. What is that special surprise?

Another wonderful adventure and another beautiful reading experience, Jess and her friends are really wonderful. The story as well as the Illustrations are beautifully done. Aimed for kids around the age of 7, this is sure to another delightful read for everyone.

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