This happy holiday, P.I. Penguin wants to create a very special Christmas lights display.
Even with his string of bulbs, his lonely home looks stark and stoney. But after a tour through the decorations of his native animal friends, and the help of a visiting lyrebird, P.I. Penguin discovers the season's secret answer to his question, "What makes Christmas lights special?"
Delight your children with this beautiful, fully-illustrated bedtime story. P.I. Penguin and the Case of the Christmas Lights delivers a heartwarming message about the importance of sharing the holidays with the people you love. It includes Australian native animals and a special cameo from a Santa dressed for an Aussie summer.
As always, our P.I. Penguin books include dyslexia-friendly formatting for easy reading and are particularly suited to dyslexic readers young and old. This particular story is ideal for ages four to ten.
About the author
We write books for resistant readers and kids with dyslexia or autism!
Bec J. Smith is the writing trio of Rebecca Laffar-Smith and her two children. Rebecca is a dyslexic author who loves writing science fiction, fantasy, and romance novels. Eighteen-year-old Kaylie is a fantasy novelist who also loves role playing games. And fourteen-year-old Joshua, their inspiration, is an avid gamer (as well as a penguin and ant enthusiast) who is both dyslexic and autistic.
Inspired by the challenges her son faced learning to read and write, Rebecca began the first P.I. Penguin book with her children as a homeschooling project. When that book arrived, Josh cherished it and in the simple words of a child, hoped that other kids would love it too. That's what inspired Rebecca to publish the books more widely and their passion grew. Now, together, they love planning, writing, and storyboarding children's books, especially more in their popular P.I. Penguin series.
Bec J. Smith would love to hear from you! Share your reading experiences, your pictures and stories, or what you thought of their stories by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more about Bec J. Smith at http://www.aulexic.com.au