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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Anne and Stan's Magical Salt and Pepper Pot Adventures by Robin Rowles is the adventurous story of Anne and Stan who are a pair of Pepper Pots and who end up becoming real. At first they are scared and they keep it a secret from their family. Once Anne and Stan discover that they have secret powers and abilities, they decide to become adventurous. The Robinson family, with whom they live, are unaware of the special abilities Anne and Stan possess - to move, talk, walk, and jump. When the family goes on holiday, Anne and Stan make use of the opportunity which they have been waiting for. Their confidence grows slowly and they have an adventure of a lifetime. What happens when the Robinson family returns home?
This story about friendship and kindness has the right amount of whimsy, adventure, and magic that will keep young readers glued till the very end. It also gives readers some interesting facts about playing tennis, the circus, pedal boats, animals in the zoo, and many other exciting things. There is a lot of action and challenges in the story as it progresses and I love the way the author has conceptualized the characters of Anne and Stan and breathed life into them. This is a good story for read aloud sessions in classrooms and it will help to make children more imaginative and creative. It is also a good bedtime storybook to read out to youngsters as they drift off to sleep and have wonderful dreams filled with magic.