I’ve been trying to find some pointers to help me really polish off the relationship between my protagonist and the love interest. Here’s some links to a few of the more useful articles I’ve found.
Detective Mo and the Pirate’s Treasure
‘To find what pirates long have sought, “X” will always mark the spot.’
When treasure hunting pirate, Captain Curlybeard, finds a map with a cryptic clue scrawled on the back, he calls Detective Mo for help.
But can Mo solve all the riddles to find the Lost Treasure of Stubtoe Island?
Perhaps with your help.
With its bright and bold illustrations, this light-hearted children’s story about a pirate who hires a private detective to help him search for buried treasure is the perfect gift for any 4-7 year old who enjoys puzzles and riddles. Encourage your children to solve all of the riddles to help Detective Mo and Captain Curlybeard find the Lost Treasure of Stubtoe Island.
Andrew Ferguson is a recovering fiction blogger and the author behind the wafer thin flash fiction anthology, Penstricken: Collected Stories. He is also a husband, father and has a passion for fiction, writing and music. He holds an honours degree in theology and can usually be found juggling writing with family life and a full time office job. Read more