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Book Review: Fenris and Mott

by Greg Van Eekhout publisher's synopsis When Mott finds a puppy abandoned in a recycling bin, she's ready to do everything she can to protect him. What she doesn't realize, however, is that this is the legendary wolf Fenris, who's prophesied to bring about the end of the world by eating the moon. Now Mott… Continue reading Book Review: Fenris and Mott

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Books I Loved Growing Up

What were some of your favorite books growing up? Here are some of mine! I don't have specific reviews for most of them, but they're all clean. Have you read any of them? Review for The Giant Slayer https://www.instagram.com/reel/CU0EqXmjj-M/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

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Book Review: The Inkwell Chronicles

by J. D. Peabody publisher's synopsis Immerse yourself in this fast-paced middle-grade fantasy about magic ink, a secret society, and a boy who yearns to make his mark. When their father goes missing after a mysterious train crash, Everett and his little sister Bea find a curious pen in his belongings, and its magical Ink… Continue reading Book Review: The Inkwell Chronicles

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Book Review: The Girl Who Could Not Dream

by Sarah Beth Durst publisher's synopsis Sophie loves the hidden shop below her parents' bookstore, where dreams are secretly bought and sold. When the dream shop is robbed and her parents go missing, Sophie must unravel the truth to save them. Together with her best friend—a wisecracking and fanatically loyal monster named Monster—she must decide… Continue reading Book Review: The Girl Who Could Not Dream

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Book Review: The Star That Always Stays

by Anna Rose Johnson publisher's synopsis When bright and spirited Norvia moves from the country to the city, she has to live by one new rule: Never let anyone know you're Ojibwe. Growing up on Beaver Island, Grand-pere told Norvia stories--stories about her ancestor Migizi, about Biboonke-o-nini the Wintermaker, about the Crane Clan and the… Continue reading Book Review: The Star That Always Stays

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Book Review: The Last Cuentista

by Donna Barba Higuera Publisher's Synopsis There lived a girl named Petra Peña, who wanted nothing more than to be a storyteller, like her abuelita. But Petra's world is ending. Earth has been destroyed by a comet, and only a few hundred scientists and their children – among them Petra and her family – have… Continue reading Book Review: The Last Cuentista

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Book Review: The One and Only Ivan

by Katherine Applegate publisher's synopsis Ivan is an easygoing gorilla. Living at the Exit 8 Big Top Mall and Video Arcade, he has grown accustomed to humans watching him through the glass walls of his domain. He rarely misses his life in the jungle. In fact, he hardly ever thinks about it at all. Instead,… Continue reading Book Review: The One and Only Ivan

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Book Review: Cold-Blooded Myrtle

by Elizabeth C. Bunce publisher's synopsis Twelve-year-old Young Lady of Quality and Victorian amateur detective Myrtle Hardcastle returns, and now she’s on the trail of a serial killer in her hometown of Swinburne. When Mr. Leighton, proprietor of Leighton’s Mercantile, is found dead on the evening his annual Christmas shop display is to be unveiled, it’s… Continue reading Book Review: Cold-Blooded Myrtle

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Book Review: Children of the Fox

by Kevin Sands publisher's synopsis Five kids with unusual talents are brought together to commit an impossible crime. A magic-infused fantasy that brings together a ragtag group of kids to pull off a crime so difficult, countless adults have already tried and failed. Lured by the promise of more money than they've ever dreamed of,… Continue reading Book Review: Children of the Fox

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Book Review: A Little Taste of Poison

by R. J. Anderson publisher's synopsis The city of Tarreton is powered by magic, from simple tablets that light lamps to advanced Sagery that can murder a man from afar. Isaveth has a talent for spell-making, but as a girl from a poor neighborhood she never dreamed she could study at the most exclusive magical… Continue reading Book Review: A Little Taste of Poison