What a unique character.. a Janitor. I personally thought that was way cool, and so did my son.
He really enjoyed this series and thought it would be good for middle school age kids who enjoy reading. There are a lot of pages, and if your child isn't a 'reader', that may scare them off. These are fantasy style books, great for keeping the interest of middle schoolers. There was a lot of magic and wizardry in them, so be aware if that is something your family doesn't read.
Janitors Book 1
Janitors Book 2 :Secrets of New Forest Academy
Now, more than ever, Spencer, Daisy, and even Dez must fight to save schools everywhere. The Bureau of Educational Maintenance (BEM) is after Spencer, and the only place he is safe is within the walls of the New Forest Academy. Or so he thinks. In this fast-paced adventure, the kids must figure out where their loyalties lie and who they can trust as they fight to discover the true secret of the New Forest Academy and what it means to the future of education.
Janitors Book 3: Curse of the Broomstaff
About the Author
Tyler Whitesides worked as a janitor at an elementary school to put himself through college. He graduated with a degree in music. In addition to writing novels, Tyler is an avid composer and arranger of instrumental music. He is married to his lovely wife, Connie, who teaches third grade.
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