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    Danger at Devil's Cove by Marilyn J Bakker

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    Brand new. Exciting kids fiction.

    About the book:  Set in Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand, in the 1950's, Danger at Devil's Cove is a fast paced adventure story with an imaginative edge. It has many levels so can be enjoyed by children from 10 years old as well as adults.

    Author:  Marilyn Bakker is a writer and small business owner, who lives with her husband, Nicolaas in Auckland, New Zealand.  A keen fisher woman, Marilyn often travels to the family bach on the Coromandel Peninsula. During one such lengthy road trip, her grandchildren, Michael and Nicole, pleaded for a story and so began Danger at Devil's Cove, and The Adventures of Josephine Mary Cresswell.

    Editor:  Lynnaire is a writer and editor who runs her own marketing communications company, Word Wizard. She specializes in helping small businesses become noticed by writing dynamic websites, brochures and other marketing materials.  When not writing, she creates preserves and herbal condiments from the produce growing in her large herb and vegetable potager.

    Illustrators:  Reuben Horn was awarded the MIT Art Scholarship in 2008, and is currently studying as a MIT visual arts student and has just completed his second full-time year. Rueben's long term goal is to become a 2D animator. His preferred medium is graphite pencil and he enjoys creating fantasy characters.

    Pati Ahsue was awarded the De la Salle scholarship in 2007, Pati is currently studying Fine Arts and is nearing the end of his second year at MIT. His long term goal is to become a full time creative painter. His preferred medium is pen and paint.

    Production Specifications: Danger at Devil's Cove is beautifully illustrated with original pen and ink drawings by Rueben Horn and Pati Ahsue throughout. The book is printed on internationally approved, environmentally sustained paper with vegetable-based inks.

    Acknowledgements:  This project is funded with the assistance of the Creative Communities Scheme Manukau City. The author gratefully acknowledges Creative Communities New Zealand for its assistance with funding, and Print House Ltd and Word Wizard for their valued contribution to kick-start the first edition of this book.

    Review by a 10 year girl: Marilyn was justing doing a book signing in Coromandel on Friday, 8th January 2010 when a 10 year old girl came running up to her clutching her book which she had bought a couple of days earlier, she was so excited to see Marilyn J Bakker and wanted her signature in her copy too. She said it was the best book she's ever read! And she's only up to chapter 9!!

    I tell you, you don't want to miss this first book ever by an emergent NZ writer. Even as an adult I found this book exciting and very well written.