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Mister Max: The Book of Lost Things focuses on twelve year old Max Starling, the son of theatrical parents who withdraw him from school and then disappear on a journey, leaving him behind. Max, who has always been told he is independent, now has to test that by living at home on his own and making money to eat and pay for lessons. With a thorough knowledge of the theatrical characters his parents had played and their costuming, he is able to successfully navigate the adult world using disguises, without giving away that he is living alone.
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A lot or a little? The parents' guide to what's in this movie. Educational Value More for entertainment than education, though kids might learn a bit about factory work and how adults deal with hazards, like potential contamination in this case, by children. Positive Messages Strong messages about the value of friendship and that facing your fears is a positive thing. Also, you can do the right thing and still succeed.
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Add your rating See all 19 kid reviews. What's the story? Thirteen-year-old English schoolboy Conor's mother has been sick for the past year but she is getting treatments, and Conor won't let himself think that she might not get better. Until the night the monster comes. Although Conor feels a surprising lack of fear of the giant walking tree, the monster warns him that he will be afraid before the end, and this warning hangs over the book as readers get to know Conor.
It has always amazed me that this genre, which has flourished in movies, has little available in terms of fiction. Jeremy Robinson has filled this void with his novel, Project Nemesis. Jon Hudson is an agent for Department of Homeland Security's Fusion Center-P, a tiny division dedicated to dealing with supernatural and paranormal threats to the country. The only problem is Hudson has yet to run into anything paranormal or supernatural. Jon, backed with the resources of government, must now try to stop a creature that towers amongst buildings and can sink ships without a second thought.
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