An enjoyable story of an ordinary kid who, quite by accident, travels through time.
In this story he visits London two thousand years ago and makes friends with a Roman boy.
He is able to use his time tunnel to help the boy out of a difficult situation, and gets inspiration to do the best piece of homework his teacher has ever seen.
This book was written for an eight year old with the age group of 8 - 11 (keystage 2) firmly in mind. The first feedback came from my own kids who range from 4 years to 14, and the target demographic definitely enjoyed it and got the most from it.
The four year old was unimpressed because it didn't have any princesses in it!
My ambition when I was a kid was to become a vet and get married and have kids, in that order. By the time I left school I had given up on the vet part so I drifted from job to job for many years. I did the other two though. I have a lovely wife (fifteen years married and still going strong) and four lovely children who are far from perfect but I would not swap them for all the atoms in the universe. I have spent the last twenty years trying to manoeuvre myself into a position where I can earn a residual income without spending any capital. This has not been easy and I am still a long way off, however I think I am taking a big step in the right direction right now.