Lower the Trap makes a splash in Children’s Lititure

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In this fantastic novel, Graeme Swinermer, a future marine biologist, sees the catch of his life. He knows every square inch of his tiny fishing town where everyone knows everyone.

In this fantastic novel, Graeme Swinermer, a future marine biologist, sees the catch of his life. He knows every square inch of his tiny fishing town where everyone knows everyone. But when his dad, a lobster fisherman comes back with a lobster with antenna the size of bicycle spokes, he faces a whole new challenge. Graeme is ecstatic when his dad decides to put the lobster into an auction to pay for a trip to Big Fish Aquarium. But what should Graeme do the thing for himself, or for the Lobster? Should he put it on auction so that Norris’s dad, the cannery owner, can buy it up and hang it as a trophy on a wall? Or should he release it back into the wild, so it can grow even older and happier? Find out in the exciting first book in the Lobster Chronicles. I would recommend this book for kids 6-10 because it is only 125 pages and the type is huge. It has no inappropriate content and is great for younger kids. Older kids will probably lose interest because it is more aimed at younger readers. Overall, I would recommend this book to any younger child.