Small Change for Stuart was written by Lissa Evans. Stuart (as you have probably guessed) is the main character of the story. He's ten but is small for his age. He moved to the small town of Beeton at the start of the summer holidays. He has annoying triplet neighbours, April, May and June Kingley. They are fully identical triplets, though April has round glasses.
Stuart makes friends with April and together they embark on a quest to find his great uncle Tony's workshop, finding clues and meeting new people along the way. Even now, Stuart has to admit that April is a bit of a know-it-all and one of the bossiest people he has ever met (just like her sisters), but she's still clever and full of great ideas.
After you read the book, you can read the second book called Big Change for Stuart, which I'm in the middle of reading now.
I would give this book 10/10 because it's one of the best books I've ever read. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes reading, magic and adventure.
Reviewed by Ella Smith, 4th class, Killinkere NS, Virginia, Co. Cavan.