Book Review: Whatever After: Genie in a Bottle by Sarah Mlynowski

Tweet Normally, I don’t review the ninth book in a series without having covered at least the first title and a few others. But I just discovered the Whatever After series with Genie in a Bottle, and I think the … Continue reading

Book Review: Flora & Ulysses by Kate DiCamillo

Tweet Flora Belle Buckman knows all is not right in her world. Her parents are divorced, her mom writes romance novels even though there is no romance in her life, and she misses the time she spent reading about a … Continue reading

Book Review: The Map to Everywhere by Carrie Ryan and John Parke Davis

Tweet Marrill is looking for adventure when she spies an old-style wooden ship sailing in the parking lot near her home in the desert. Going aboard, she meets a wizard and is swept off into the pirate stream, a magical … Continue reading

Book Review: Once Was a Time by Leila Sales

Tweet Today I’m reviewing Once Was a Time by Leila Sales. Be sure to check back tomorrow, when I take part in the blog tour for the book with an author interview and a copy to give away. Here’s my … Continue reading

Book Review: The Adventures of Lettie Peppercorn by Sam Gayton

Tweet Twelve-year-old Lettie Peppercorn would love to have an adventure. But when her ma disappeared many years ago she left a note warning Lettie to never leave their home. Now she watches over her family seaside inn while her da … Continue reading

Book Review: Warren the 13th and the All-Seeing Eye by Tania del Rio and Will Staehle

Tweet Ever since Warren the 13th’s dad, Warren the 12th, died, things have gone downhill at his family’s hotel. Established years ago by the first Warren, it used to be known for its excellence. But in the five years since … Continue reading

Book Review: Wilf the Mighty Worrier Saves the World by Georgia Pritchett

Tweet Wilf is a worrier. He is afraid of peanut butter getting stuck to the roof of his mouth and wigs and roller skates and elevators and twirly mustaches and many more things. But when evil lunatic Alan moves in … Continue reading

Book Review: Fable Comics, Edited by Chris Duffy

Tweet Fables are an age-old way to get a moral across through telling a story. We all know about how the lazy hare tanks in a “can’t-lose race” with a tortoise by being overconfident and neglecting to do the work … Continue reading

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