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‘I for one will be looking forward to my next Stone Age adventure.’ The Letterpress Project leaves a rocking review of Saviour Pirotta’s Stone Age junior fiction

Karen at The Letterpress Project has written a rocking review of Saviour Pirotta’s Stone Age junior fiction, The Stolen Spear, with illustrations by Davide Ortu: This is the first book of a new series – projected to be a quartet of stories – that will appear under the collective title of Wolfsong. The author, Saviour Pirotta is an established writer of history stories for children and The Stolen Spear is a good example… Read More »‘I for one will be looking forward to my next Stone Age adventure.’ The Letterpress Project leaves a rocking review of Saviour Pirotta’s Stone Age junior fiction

‘The Stolen Spear is a thrilling adventure story’ Our Book Reviews set in stone why people would love this junior read

Maryom, at Our Book Reviews Online, sets into stone why many would love Saviour Pirtotta’s, The Stolen Spear, with illustrations by Davide Ortu: The Stolen Spear is a thrilling adventure story for children aged 7 and over. Set on the Orkney Islands at the end of the Neolithic period, in the world famous (now ruined) village of Skara Brae, it brings both the remoteness of the islands, and the way… Read More »‘The Stolen Spear is a thrilling adventure story’ Our Book Reviews set in stone why people would love this junior read

‘I can’t wait to read this book to my nephew and I’m sure he’ll ask for Book 2 and 3 soon after.’ Awfully Big Reviews gives The Stolen Spear, an awfully brilliant review.

Chitra Soundar from Awfully Big Reviews, has written an awfully brilliant review of Saviour Priotta’s new junior fiction, The Stolen Spear, illustrated by Davide Ortu: This is my first historical read set in the Stone Age. The author has weaved in the details and places we know about this generation into the story, while also keeping the language fresh and contemporary. The story is engaging and exciting for young readers… Read More »‘I can’t wait to read this book to my nephew and I’m sure he’ll ask for Book 2 and 3 soon after.’ Awfully Big Reviews gives The Stolen Spear, an awfully brilliant review.

‘I can’t wait to read the next instalment’ Saviour Pirotta’s, The Stolen Spear hits the mark for My Book Corner

Sarah at My Book Corner has left a SPEARsome review of Saviour Pirotta‘s new book The Stolen Spear, with illustrations by Davide Ortu: Saviour Pirotta has created yet another enticing tale in the Wolfsong series. Basing his stories in 2500BC doesn’t phase the reader either because the moment you turn the first page you are immersed in Wolf’s world without a second thought to the era. His diligent research and… Read More »‘I can’t wait to read the next instalment’ Saviour Pirotta’s, The Stolen Spear hits the mark for My Book Corner

Mr B’s B-rilliant review of New Junior Fiction, The Stolen Spear

Mr B Guided Reading has reviewed Saviour Pirotta‘s Brand New Junior Fiction, The Stolen Spear with illustrations by Davide Ortu: Saviour Pirotta and Maverick Publishing have produced this exceptional story, set in the Late Neolithic period where man has learnt how to grow crops, keep farm animals and live as communities. Although this book is a work of fiction, Pirotta does an outstanding job of drawing realistic links to the… Read More »Mr B’s B-rilliant review of New Junior Fiction, The Stolen Spear