Monday, February 18, 2019

World War 2 Spy Brought to Life Through Words

The title of  “the Faithful Spy” is both correct and incorrect in multiple ways. Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a strongly religious man born during the...

Sweep Provides a Window into the Lives of Chimney Kids

“Sweep” by Jonathan Auxier is a novel set in London in the 1800s. It follows the story of the child chimney sweepers that are...

A Fight to Stop Boys Going to War Without Their Consent

There once was a time that the boys of America were at risk of being sent off to war without their approval. The novel...

The Girl with More Than One Heart

“The Girl with More Than One Heart” by Laura Geringer Bass is an emotional book. This book tugs at your heartstrings, makes you laugh,...

New Novel Mixes Sci Fi and Korean Mythology

“Dragon Pearl” by Yoon Ha Lee is a thoughtful book mixing the thrill of science fiction and the mystery and richness of Korean mythology....

Poop scoop and drama

 “Rules of the Ruff” by Heidi Lang is a very inspiring book. I loved this book because it has so many adventures and...

“Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” Takes Flight Again

In the fourth and latest installment of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, A Map of Days, 16 year old Jacob Portman and his...

Caveboy Dave

This 256-page graphic novel was a great book.  For the first half of the book the black & white pictures were pretty good, but...

A Day at Dead Frenchman Mine

Gus, a 13-year-old boy from Nowhere, Arizona (a town that’s literally in the middle of nowhere), has been picked on by Bo Taylor for...

New Novel is a Surprisingly Great Read!

"Children of Blood and Bone" by Tomi Adeyemi is about an old society with three classes. The Kosidan, or middle class, The Maji, or...
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