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REVIEW: Jampires by David O’Connell and Sarah McIntyre

When Sam discovers the jam in his doughnut is missing, there has to be a reason…

 

So off he sets on a voyage of discovery (you may call it a crazy caper) that leads him to some amazing jam-sucking critters. For kids that are too young for vampires, these hilarious jammy dodgers are just the job, and their clever book creators McIntyre and O’Connell know just how to press all the right buttons to get their young audience giggling.

David Fickling Books, out now. Age 5+

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