Book Review: Castle in the Stars by Alex Alice

Tweet The time is the late 1800s. The place is Europe. Scientists want to find the mysterious element that will let man travel to space. Governments want to control it so they have power over others. One boy wants to … Continue reading

Book Review: The Long Way Home by Gigi Priebe

Tweet When Henry finds a mysterious map in the desk drawer of the queen’s dollhouse, he runs to show his discovery to his cousin Jeremy. But the two are spotted in the kitchen, whisked into a bowl, and driven away … Continue reading

Book Review: The Adventures of Henry Whiskers by Gigi Priebe

Tweet Henry Whiskers is a mouse who lives with his family in Windsor Castle, where the biggest dollhouse ever built draws visitors from around the world. Henry is the 25th mouse of that name to live in the cedar drawers … Continue reading

Book Review: Sputnik’s Guide to Life on Earth by Frank Cottrell Boyce

Tweet “Before you start anything, make a list. That’s what my granddad says.” Prez has learned so much from his granddad, but now his granddad can’t take care of Prez anymore and Prez has gone to live in temporary housing. … Continue reading

Book Review: Serafina and the Splintered Heart by Robert Beatty

Tweet Robert Beatty’s Serafina series comes to an end with lots of what fans have come to love about the books, with Serafina and her friends fighting a powerful enemy set on destroying the Biltmore estate and the people Serafina … Continue reading

Book Review: Pigs Might Fly by Nick Abadzis and Jerel Dye

Tweet Lily Leanchops has a secret. She’s developing a plane that may actually fly on it’s own, without the help of magic. Her dad has been trying unsuccessfully to do the same thing for years, and she wants to show … Continue reading

Book Review: The Doorway and the Deep by K. E. Ormsbee

Tweet The Doorway and the Deep, sequel to K. E. Ormsbee’s The Water and the Wild, starts off with Lottie and her friends living in Wisp territory, where Lottie is taking lessons to sharpen her ability to heal others. She … Continue reading

Book Review: The Water and the Wild by K. E. Ormsbee

Tweet Lottie Fiske is an orphan, and her only friend is Eliot, who is sick with a disease the doctors cannot cure. But when she finds out how to travel to another world through the green apple tree in her … Continue reading

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