Pete and the Persian Bottle is the story of nine-year-old Peter (Pete) Bartlett, an average boy from an average town, whose biggest wish is to stand out in the crowd. Just when he thinks his life couldn’t get any more boring, he finds a mysterious bottle and releases a long-trapped genie. Now his troubles have really started.
“Pete and the Persian Bottle” is set in the fictional rural Australian town of Boney Ridge. The story runs across 12 chapters and is aimed at junior grade children (early readers), but may also be of interest to those in the middle grades. The story covers themes of confidence, friendship and cultural sensitivity.
"Pete and the Persian Bottle" is the first children's book written by Sarah Jackson. Sarah lives in Melbourne, Australia and loves science fiction and supernatural theme books and films. She likes jazz music, gardening and baking. She particularly likes cats, dogs, cake, chocolate and Christmas. Sarah has never met a genie. Stay up to date on new releases and latest developments via the author's website: www.sarahjacksonwriter.com