Publish date: April 26th 2011
Publisher: Walden Pond Press
Pages no: 227
Edition language: English
Juniper berry Characters: Juniper, Giles and a memberable cast of characters mostly. Juniper is a unique girl with only two friends, a love of books, knowledge, the truth, and a collection of Spy glasses and dodads. While Juniper might not act exactly like a normal elven year old at times seems ...
Juniper Berry is reminiscent of Neil Gaiman's The Graveyard Book and Coraline. The book's a little too short, and the story feels slightly rushed. All in all though it's pretty good.
Solidly told story, with some vivid imagery and characters as well as some important themes including finding and being yourself (and being content with it), love, hope, and courage. Some pacing issues and the "other world" could have been fleshed out more, the climax came too sudden and was over to...
This book was deliciously creepy in a cute way. I wish there had been a bit more explanation as to the magic of it all (an explanation about how the balloons work, etc.). As it was, the book was almost over too fast because it quickly moved from event to event. But the writing and characterizations ...
Juniper Berry’s parents are movie stars, she lives in a big house and she gets everything (material) that she wants. Despite all this, Juniper is not happy. You see, what she wants more than anything else is for her parents to spend time with her. And they don’t. The set up reminds me of the creatio...
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