Little Boy Lost
Pages no: 131
, Young Adult
, Books About Books
, Middle Grade
For some reason, I just couldn't get into this book. There wasn't anything particularly bad about it, it just didn't capture my interest. It took me forever to finish because I kept picking up other books and finishing those ones first. That's when I know the book isn't working for me - when I have ...
Little Boy Lost is a middle grade adventure that takes every book lovers fantasy of stepping into our favorite worlds and brings it to life for Wesley. I definitely think that lovers of “The Neverending Story” or “The Pagemaster” will enjoy this fun adventure.I really enjoyed Wesley and I thought he...
I'm hard pressed to say exactly what I think of this book. The plot was spot-on and right up my aisle. I loved the idea of being able to visit different books, and even - ala "The Eyre Affair" - influence the plot enough to change endings.I wasn't too impressed by the writing though. It seemed unfin...
Not a bad little fantasy / "lost in a book" sort of book for kids, but not exceptional either. I felt it could have used some polishing - the writing was competent enough, but the occasional awkward phrasing and head-hopping got a little distracting at times. I think I'd have liked it better at age ...
Review first published on my blog: http://memoriesfrombooks.blogspot.com/2011/12/librarian-book-1-little-boy-lost.htmlThe Librarian, Book 1: Little Boy Lost is the start of a delightful new series for children. The main character is Wesley, a young man who is a good student, an avid reader, a compel...
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