Free for Families: My Fun-Filled Novel, in the Spirit of Roald Dahl, for Children and Adults

April 14, 2020

**Finalist in both the Readers’ Favorite 2019 International Book Award Contest and the 2019 IAN Book of the Year Awards.**

How I Lost My Ear

“How I Lost My Ear is an extraordinary imaginative achievement.”

“Adam Beck is a master storyteller, a master of invention.”

“Reminds me of the best of Roald Dahl.”

Friends, it’s hard to say how long we’ll be sheltered at home because of the coronovirus, but as long as this lasts, I’m making the digital version of my fun-filled novel available for free for anyone who would like to read it, with the hope that it can add some joy to your days. “How I Lost My Ear” is an engaging tale for both children and adults, for reading alone or reading aloud. (This digital version contains the full story and all 136 illustrations found in the paperback.)

To download the book, just click right here, choose “I want this!” on the book page, then use the discount code “free” at check-out.

Please also feel free to share the download link and discount code with others, something like:

Adam Beck’s fun-filled novel for children and adults is now available for free. Download the digital version of “How I Lost My Ear”, which contains the full story and all 136 illustrations found in the paperback, by going to https://gum.co/how-i-lost-my-ear and using the discount code “free“.

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The epic, laugh-out-loud novel from author Adam Beck and illustrator Simon Farrow. A wildly entertaining page-turner for both children and adults, to read alone or read aloud. Finalist in both the Readers’ Favorite 2019 International Book Award Contest and the 2019 IAN Book of the Year Awards.

Grandpa Gristle spins the story of a book-loving boy and his spiraling adventure with a state champion marching band, a moody grandmother with beautiful blond curls, a long-lost hero and his three-legged moose, a dancing bear, a poisonous spider, a baby-snatching owl, a shaggy yak of a man and his snapping turtle, a cold-hearted sheriff and his grinning deputy, a herd of 144 spitting llamas—and a very large, very hungry ogre.

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“Brilliant…an extraordinary imaginative achievement, utterly delightful, and a pleasure from start to finish. One minute it’s laugh out loud stuff, the next it’s heart in the mouth tension, and then it can be suddenly rather moving… It is wonderful, wonderful stuff.”
—Andrew Norriss, children’s author and winner of the Whitbread Award for Aquila

“Powerful, whimsical, and utterly hilarious. It reminds me of the best of Roald Dahl with a little bit of J.D. Salinger thrown in. You will love this book!”
—Josh Selig, Emmy Award-winning creator of “The Wonder Pets” on Nickelodeon

“Adam Beck’s How I Lost My Ear is a marvelously comic, wonderfully wise, delightfully imaginative and deliriously unpredictable epic adventure. The drama is high, the pathos is non-stop, and the comedy is as whimsical and witty as any to be found in the realm of fiction for the young. Although listed for pre-teens, it has much to offer readers of all ages. Adam Beck is a master storyteller and a master of invention, and How I Lost My Ear is un-put-down-able.”
—Rich Follett for Readers’ Favorite

“Wackiness that I love, and done so well. Such an enjoyable book.”
—Bill Harley, Grammy-winning children’s musician, storyteller, and author of the popular Charlie Bumpers series

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