Jasper believes he may descend from a long line of Viking dogs and is keen to help out at the local Viking Museum. The second book in the Misadventures of Jasper series, see Jasper, Charlie Tanner and Astrid the Curator, explore interesting and hilarious ways in which Jasper might help to attract visitors. The Jasper series includes several features which may help those who find aspects of reading challenging. The stories include dyslexie font, tinted pages, graphics and text layout considerations to help engage reluctant, emergent and enthusiastic readers.
Memorable mix of fun and Viking facts
Andrea Reece, LoveReading
Charlie Tanner's dog Jasper thinks he's descended from Viking dogs and is determined to find out more. This sparks a series of very funny letters from Charlie to the curator at the local Viking museum, in which Charlie poses questions from Jasper. In fact, questions and answers tell us lots about Viking life and the unusual and ingenious presentation makes it all extremely readable and accessible. A great way to learn about the Vikings. Jasper has explored space for readers too, and it looks he has more adventures to come, which is good news.