You write in a very sophisticated and polished way but a way that is also highly readable and there is nothing in it that I found particularly irksome or that would cause any type of reader to reject it out of hand. You have quite exceptional ability as a writer; the style has a liveliness and energy about it (the bio facts are an effective touch) and an exceptional first-person narrative technique that engages the reader instantly, and which most readers would find highly accessible. It is notoriously difficult to write for children but you achieve this without difficulty, and this fact alone places the book head and shoulders above others of the same type - Amazon Kindle.
This is a witty little story with a cute relationship between Dan and his ever annoying sister. The characters are well-drawn and the parents really make me feel glad I am an adult. All in all very funny and I’m sure kids will love it. An engaging,enjoyable read - Austin Macauley Publisher
Kingsley St John's C.E. Primary School, Warrington
We welcomed Simon Adepetun this World Book Day to share his book The Bee Hive
So many children were inspired by Simon’s perseverance and dedication as a author.
Thank you Freya for taking the time to write your own beehive story and create such a beautiful piece of artwork to display it
Lum Head Primary School, Stockport
Author Visit – Simon Adepetun
We had Manchester born author Simon Adepetun in school to take and assembly and workshops and to inspire the children with reading and writing. They really enjoyed learning about becoming an author and how important perseverance is in all things. They also enjoyed reading his book, ‘The Bee Hive. We had a great time too, it was very inspiring.
Simms Cross Primary School, Widnes
Readers and Writers It was a great pleasure to welcome author Simon Adepetun to school on Wednesday. His visit continues to help inspire our pupils to read and write. I am sure there are some budding authors among our children. Keep reading at home as it makes a huge difference
St. Ambrose RC Primary School, Manchester
Local author, Simon Adepetun, visited our school to talk to our Key Stage 2 classes and share his journey to get his book, The Bee Hive, published. He inspired our children to follow their dreams, be resilient and not to give up on their passions.
Gorsey Bank Primary School, Wimslow
Thank you so much for today. All the children absolutely loved your sessions
Culcheth High School, Culcheth , Warrington
On the Monday and Friday, Year 7 welcomed Simon Adepetun, a local author, who recently published a children’s book called ‘The Beehive’. The students were given an insight into the creative writing process and also used the advice given by Simon to create and then share their own short stories. Year 7 students produced some excellent creative writing during the workshop and gained confidence in their own writing ability.’