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Gripping adventure, brilliant inventions, snarky humor, and fairy tales made real! Welcome to book 1 of The Yellow Hoods, the seemingly innocent beginning of this clean young adult series that's great for kids and adults alike.

Meet up with Tee, Elly, and Richy as their peaceful little world is shattered when they become entangled in a plot to steal the world's first steam engine plans from master inventor, Nikolas Klaus. Will Klaus' ties to the secret society known as the Tub (led by a butcher, baker, and candlestick maker) be their undoing? Or will they live on to become legends?

Here are some of the amazing fairy tales, nursery rhymes, and classic stories woven into the fabric of The Yellow Hoods series: Little Red Riding Hood, Three Little Pigs, Santa Claus, Hansel and Gretel, Rumplestilskin, Beauty and the Beast, Humpty Dumpty, Chicken Little, Alice in Wonderland, Simple Simon, and Rub-a-dub-dub. You'll discover secret societies, snide villains, and heroic changes of heart.

©2014 Adam Dreece (P)2018 Adam Dreece

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  • Krista Jasper
  • 2018-06-03

Fairy tales with a Sharp Right!

Adam Dreece has taken threads from a variety of fairy tales and nursery rhymes and woven a story to capture the imaginations of a new audience. In this initial tale of the Yellowhoods series, we meet Nikolas Klaus, his daughter, Jennifer, and 12 year old granddaughter, Tee. Tee is one of the Yellowhoods. She and her friends are called this because of the yellow cloaks they wear.

Nikolas is an amazing inventor. His abilities are well known, but not the specifics of his inventions. “The Wolf” shows up looking for Tee’s Grandpa to see what “goodies” he may have that could be exploited. Who is more wily? The Wolf, The Yellowhoods, or Mr. Klaus?

Susie Athens does an excellent job of narrating this story. The voices she creates for each character are distinct and capture the characters exceptionally. Her French accent for Leloup is eerily perfect.

If you enjoy fairy tales with a kick, laced with action and adventure, I would recommend Along Came a Wolf. I’m betting you will want to continue with the rest of the Yellowhoods ‘ tales.