Aimed at children, this fiction story talks about a small boy who is trusted with a series of front door keys which he loses in increasingly odd circumstances.
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'A warm and lively story told in John's relaxed and conversational style' --Lucy Land --Essex Life Magazine This book started as part of John Harris's repertoire as a storyteller and now appears in print, written, as one might expect, in a witty conversational style. It is enhanced by humorous illustrations from Tom Morgan-Jones in ink and flat saturated colour. Expectation is fulfilled and confounded in turn as Charlie loses his house key in a series of madcap incidents. This small press dedicated to Harris's own work is to be congratulated on its enterprise... this will be enjoyed by newly confident readers and will be a good addition to school library shelves. --The School Librarian