I really liked this book and hope any young person reading it will understand the need for moral values, as such I would aim the book towards the 5-12 age range, although I enjoyed it and I’m a little older than 12. Looking forward to Neil’s next book. -Amazon Review
The Clatterbangs Go To The Beach is the first in a series of five rhyming children’s books following a horrible family on a day out.
Each of the family come up with a sneaky plan to ruin people’s day, but they always come off worse with hilarious consequences.
A fun read for children under 10, teaching them the value of being nice and kind. A joy to read again and again with great rhymes the kids will love.
“The Clatterbangs were awful
The worst people you could find
Rude, noisy and terrible
Not one bit of them was kind”
About the Author
Neil Gaw is the author of the children’s book series, The Clatterbangs. The stories tell the misadventures of a horrible family that try to cause trouble wherever they go, but always end off worst off. Neil works as a carer and is also a singer/songwriter and keen photographer.
Check out the other books in the Clatterbangs Series: