Warning: extremely depressing and the 1st in a series of 13.
A real Hoot!
Princesses and Witches alike.
Death-in-One-Ear Ben is happy living with his mother, but yearns to know the man his father is. Meanwhile, Rose is stuck with a tutor and craving adventure searches for a mysterious actress whose life she chronicles in a scrapbook. These two unique stories unfold and the ending will ultimately surprise you-it may even leave you Wonderstruck!
Unicorns, Dragons, Hippogriffs-this book has it all.
She may not be good at brewing up potions but she's great at brewing up trouble.
Can Clay solve the deadly riddle of Earth ranch before trouble erupts?
Title: The Girl Who Drank the Moon Author: Kelly Barnhill Rating: 🍦(48/50) Age range: 4th-6th grade Summary Every year, the overly paranoid people of the Protectorate Village leave a baby as "sacrifice" to the witch in the nearby forest, hoping she won't terrioze their town. But, the witch in the forest, Xan is kind. … Continue reading Book Review #8: The Girl Who Drank the Moon 🍦
Title: Tuesdays at the Castle Author: Jessica Day George Rating: 🆗 (34/50) Age range: 3rd-5th grade AR: 5.8 Lexile: 860 Summary By far, Tuesday is protagonist Princess Celie's favorite day of the week. Every Tuesday, Castle Glower takes on a life of its own, creating rooms, towers, staircases, tunnels, sometimes even full wings! … Continue reading Book Review #6: Tuesdays at the Castle 🆗
Title: Ghosts Author: Raina Telgemeier Rating: 🆗 (34/50) Age range: 2nd-4th AR: 2.6 Lexile: GN300 Summary Like Smile, my previous post, this book is also a graphic novel by Raina Telgemeier. Thank you to Avery M who suggested I review this book in the comments section. Catrina and her family are moving … Continue reading Book Review #5: Ghosts 🆗