Moone Boy by Chris O’Dowd and Nick V Murphy.
His name is Sean ‘Caution’ Murphy,’ seventh son of Norman ‘Nervous’ Murphy and Carmel ‘Careful’ Murphy. Yes both of their surnames were Murphy, as they were also very distant cousins. You may know him better as the handsome, dynamic and deeply humble imaginary friend of Martin Moone of Boyle, Ireland’. Anyway Sean is the mad lad who’ll be guiding you through this Marvellous Activity Manual. Note this is an Activity Manual not a ‘book’ as such, and should be treated as so.’Unlike ordinary books which just sit there and tell you one long story, like a jabbering old man who smells like soggy shoes. But not this book, no sir! This is a book that runs around the room like its pants are on fire, while juggling pineapples and playing the kazoo.” But what does it do?” I hear you ask.”But what doesn’t it do, more like?!” Dance. Sadly, they couldn’t get it to dance, due to a dispute with the ‘union of Irish Book Jivers’. But it does pretty much everything else. We’ve got short stories, a comic strip, games, puzzles, jokes and crafts for those with nimble fingers’.
Teen Rating: Note Activity Manual, not Activity Book(Almost all the Activities require you to gather your own materials ect. and isn’t based in the book). The book as an overall performance is an extreme let down in comparison with its counterparts. 1/5 +12.