Children are excited about a new Bat Rider book starring a lizard called Bogo

Boys and girls who have been following the adventures of Matthew John and Hannah Brianna, the bat riders of Yumi, are excited about the lizard Bogo who comes to their rescue in the latest episode of the epic, an e-book by Smashwords published today.
Jan. 29, 2012 - PRLog -- Internet savvy-kids like the Bat Rider books because you can read the first half of each adventure for free on your computer, laptop, tablet or phone. The latest Bat Rider book, out today, is called 'Bat Rider and the Gecko Bogo.' The action in this new thriller for 6-12 years takes place in the Strange Loops Nebula, where tiles come to life and water flows uphill. Our hero, Matthew John shares his bat with a young girl, Hannah Brianna, who chases her pet lizard into a Masterful Amazing Illusion Box. When she vanishes, Matthew John follows her into the box, little suspecting that he will soon come face to face with the villainous Big Bad Bat.

To find how this happens, readers may go to and search for the title 'Bat Rider and the Gecko Bogo.' The author of the e-book, Anthony Barton, while being interviewed recently on NTV during his Christmas Bat RIder Exhibition at the Leyton Gallery in St. John's, explained that he first met the lizard Bogo while he was doing his Christmas shopping. 'You never know when you are going to run into a lizard,' he said. 'Bogo just popped out at me.'

Barton's new e-book is about other dimensions and strange universes where the laws of physics no longer apply.

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Bulmer Books is famous for publishing the Bat Rider books for children of 7 - 11 years, sold in Australia, Canada, the US, and elsewhere. The Bat Rider books are distributed in English and Spanish by Apple, Sony, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, and Smashwords.
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