by Cynthia Voigt
Parts reminded me of The Boxcar Children (which I haven't read in years, but which was a favorite when I was in the middle grade years).
4.5 stars. Dragged in some spots and Gram Tillerman was actually kind of scary.
This is one of the most beautiful books I have ever read. When I was in junior high, I enjoyed this book, but it made me feel uncomfortable. I never thought children were able to pull off such feats. Now that I am older, and I am going through my own struggles, I drank in Voigt's story. This nove...
What a beautiful story. And what a satisfying end. I think, I am going to buy "Dicey's Song" in spite of my huge to-read-pile.Thank you, Kammy Kayee!
Woah. When I picked up this book with its unassuming cover from the young adult cart, I was not expecting such a heavy story, nor one with so much depth. There's just so much that happens in this story, it almost seems like several different novellas put together to form the narrative of this partic...
I remembner reading this in like the 6th grade for AR points, loved the story, the writing, and i felt such sorrow over the mom leaving her kids like that and their struggle to survive
As a child, this was my all time favorite book!
I've read this book so many times I could probably recite it!
When I read this book in 6th grade for school, I remembered disliking it. As I look back now, it was a really good story, I was probably just not in the right mindset at the time.I think someday I'll read the whole series.