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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

New Review On "The Adventures of Hardy Belch"


Here is the latest review on Amazon on "The Adventures of Hardy Belch".

5.0 out of 5 stars William G. Benrim's best yet, January 11, 2010

The Adventures of Hardy Belch by William G. Bentrim is, in my opinion, the author's best yet. Twelve year old Hardy Belch (What a perfect name for a 12 year old boy!) and his dog, Tiny, are featured in three stories: The Bully, The Green Man, and the Delaware River Pirates.

Tiny, who is actually very large, is also telepathic dog and when problems come up he loves to help Hardy plan solutions. These are all stories that are not only entertaining, but also have an important message. Children will love the stories of Hardy Belch and Tiny and will also learn about how to stop bullying, how to treat those who may look different, about fairness, and dealing with financial stress.

Parents can read the Author's Notes in which Mr. Bertrim explains his mission to help children learn in a positive and fun way. The author has a wonderful web page here ,where you can meet Hardy and Tiny, and even print out a Hardy Belcher bookmark. I highly recommend this wonderful book for children.

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