May 2011

The Emperor of Nihon-Ja

Ranger’s Apprentice, Book 10 Since this is such a popular series, I felt lucky to get the 10th book in the series to review. My 5th grade reader loved, loved, loved it. He…

Around the World on Eighty Legs

This is a fun book of poetry about animals around the world. It is filled with short, humorous poems that describe various animals, such as “Ocelot” It may be true that ocelot has…

Lemonade

Lemonade and Other Poems Squeezed from a Single Word This poem/riddle book is a play on words. Each poem shows a word and then divides it up using the letters from the name…

Weird? (Me Too!) Let’s Be Friends

This collection of poems is about friendship and the different aspects of being a kid. Some poems are for one reader and others are for two or more voices. They are grade school…

Possessed

Tired of being poor and living in a cramped apartment, Rayne takes a job on a Morton’s Keep, a historic estate far away from home, to get away from her oppressive boyfriend and…

Consumed

Trying to read Consumed without having read the first book, Possessed, was difficult. I was frequently lost, so would recommend reading the first one, but only if you enjoy reading about very evil…

The Things a Brother Knows

Autographed Book Giveaway! Leave a Comment Levi Katznelson’s older brother Boaz had everything going for him. Instead of going straight to college, he decided to join the marines after graduating from high school….

Horton Halfpott

Horton Halfpott, or, the Fiendish Mystery of Smugwick Manor, or, the Loosening of M’Lady Luggertuck’s Corset Book Giveaway! – Leave a Comment This book is incredibly fun. The author has made up an…

We Are Not Eaten by Yaks (An Accidental Adventure)

This is a book that students today will really relate to. Oliver and Celia Navel are twins with explorers for parents. Oliver and Celia would really like to just stay home and watch…

The Star Maker

Artie and his Uncle Chester have something special in common — they are both the youngest of their generation. Living in Chinatown, nearly every holiday is spent with extended family. The only problem…

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