Nickel Bay Nick

Nickel Bay Nick

by Dean Pitchford
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Nickel Bay Nick 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
memaJ More than 1 year ago
there is lots to discuss with young people about choices to be made when there are events in your life. The characters are real and the story is interesting and exciting. It is a fun book to read aloud.
This_Kid_Reviews_Books More than 1 year ago
Sam Brattle was not a happy kid. His dad’s business is not working out, his mom left and Sam is pretty much miserable. One night when he was angry at his dad for not telling him that his mom remarried, Sam was out breaking windows at an abandoned warehouse. The police show up but Sam gets away by climbing into the neighbor’s yard. When he fell out of a tree he destroyed Mr. Well’s (the neighbor’s) Christmas decorations and Sam is forced to work to pay them off. Little did Sam know that he is about to be caught up in a seven-year-old secret involving the town’s legendary Christmas do-gooder Nickel Bay Nick who is strangely missing this year. Sam soon learns that the fate of the entire town rests on him. For as much as I was looking forward to reading this book, I am happy to say, Mr. Pitchford did not disappoint! This is an awesome book! Sam is a great main character. He’s pretty cool and very sneaky. I love how Sam is a bad kid but he’s forced into doing something really good (let’s just say blackmail is involved). I like how Sam’s character changes in the story. The plot is full of action and Mr. Pitchford’s writing style is exciting with just he right amount of details. The book not only has the action and spy stuff a kid like me likes, it also has a great story with characters that I ended up caring about. This is a middle grade Must Read! *NOTE* I got an ARC copy of this book in exchange for an honest review