There were three of these side by side, all very much alike. One was a ‘Firefly,’ brilliant red. The second was a ‘Thunderbolt,’ all yellow and silver. And the third was blue, a dark mysterious blue the colour of some cold secret lake. It had a box-shaped container, just the right size, above its rear wheel. It was called ‘Icebreaker.”

The Queen’s Nose
Dick King-Smith

Book cover of The Queen's Nose by Dick King-Smith

Author: Middle Grade Carousel

A mother-daughter duo dedicated to all things Middle Grade, CJ & Elza run a series of monthly reading challenges. You can also find them on Twitter: @kindeladies, or Instagram: @mgcarousel.

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