Pippa’s Island: The Beach Shack Cafe

The Beach Shack Cafe is the first book in PIPPA’S ISLAND series written by Belinda Murrell, who is a full-time author of lots of books including LULU BELL and THE TIME SLIP series.

Pippa, her sister, her brother and her mother are moving from London to Kira Cove. When her parents divorce and then their business has gone bankrupt, they are forced to find alternatives. Their mother comes up with a crazy plan to turn an abandoned shack into a cafe and bookshop. But things don’t go as planned, with missing deliveries, work equipment and loss of staff. Can Pippa solve the problems on time?

At school thing are worse still. Pippa has troubles finding her place in Kira Island Primary School. She has a fight with a bully and ends up going to the principal’s office. She has the added stress of missing her old house, school, and friends.

Can Pippa save the day with her new BFF’s? Can she make the new place her home? Read more to find out about Pippa’s family adventures, tropical island living and the power of friendship.

I loved reading this book especially because it marked the beginning of our winter holidays. And with grey skies and low temperatures, it was great to cuddle up inside and read about island adventures in the sun! Belinda Murrell knows exactly how to draw her readers into the action and keep them there until the final page is turned. On to read the sequel and find out what other adventures Pippa has with her new friends on the beautiful island.

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