Sky Private Eye Reviews Round-Up

A Marvellous Collection of Reviews for Sky Private Eye

Sky Private Eye ©Five Quills 2017

A marvellous collection of reviews for our Sky Private Eye Titles: Sky Private Eye and the Case of the Missing Grandma and Sky Private Eye and the Case of the Runaway Biscuit by Jane Clarke and illustrated by Loretta Schauer. These reviews make us even more excited about our third book in the series Sky Private Eye and The Case of the Sparkly Slipper: A Cinderella Fairytale Mystery, to be released in March 2018,  written and illustrated by the same fantastic duo Jane Clarke and Loretta Schauer.

 

“A lively fairytale series.” The Bookseller

“This is a fun story with wonderful illustrations which would make a great read aloud for story time.” North Somerset Teachers’ Book Award

“Full of fun, with super illustrations.”  Parents in Touch

“Kids will absolutely love this fabulous re-spun classic, but will definitely love Sky – who is set to star in her own range of fabulous detective fairy stories.” Read it Daddy

“This new series is a great way to introduce children to traditional fairytales with the inspiring Sky as the lead role.” Angels & Urchins

“A fabulous re-imagining of traditional fairy tales, sure to become a favourite at bedtime!”  (The Case of the Runaway Biscuit) Creative Steps

“A lovely series . . . Sky Private Eye is a thoroughly enjoyable read, bringing to life classic fairytale characters in a new and brilliant way. A very accessible font and clear narrative makes this a great book for fledgling readers to try themselves, as well as being a good story to read aloud. . . The wonderful illustrations are lively, colourful and perfectly capture the tone of the story . . . All in all, it’s a great story to have on your bookshelf and sure to be a hit with aspiring bakers and fairytale fans alike.”    The Book Activist

“Baking, detection and fairy tales are all whisked together in this appealing story to make a tasty picture book… A busy, action-packed story that puts an original spin on the world of fairy tales.”  (The Case of the Runaway Biscuit) Love Reading 4 Kids 

Snuffle Snuffling from Sky Private Eye ©Five Quills 2017

“Baking, detection and fairy tales are all whisked together in this appealing story to make a tasty picture book… A funny, lively spin on a traditional fairy tale.” (The Case of the Missing Grandma) Love Reading 4 Kids 

“The tale’s telling is terrific fun and with illustrations by rising star, Loretta Schauer, that are full of hilarious details, this series looks set to be a winner.” ( The Case of the Missing Grandma) Red Reading Hub 

“The recipe is akin to the previous case: cupcake baking, a deft move on Sky’s part and a thoroughly satisfying finale. Whether or not you met Sky in Sky Private Eye and the Case of the Missing Grandma, then do so now. The chief ingredients: Jane Clarke’s toothsome telling and Loretta Schauer’s appetising artwork, wield their magic again.” (The Case of the Runaway Biscuit) Red Reading Hub

The Gingerbread Boy from Sky Private Eye and the Case of the Runaway Biscuit. ©Five Quills 2017

The Gingerbread Boy from Sky Private Eye and the Case of the Runaway Biscuit. ©Five Quills 2017

“Puts a whole new spin on the classic fairytale … The illustrations are bright and appealing – leaving little white space – and provide plenty of visual literacy, being busy and full of items to peruse. The idea is very much for the reader to be his or her own detective, deciphering what is different from the original fairytale, and predicting what might happen. The book was devoured by my testers here, who definitely wanted more.” Minerva Reads