Mister Max: The Book of Lost Things: Mister Max 1
Publish date: September 10th 2013
Publisher: Listening Library (Audio)
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Middle Grade
, Coming Of Age
Series: Mister Max (#1)
Mister Max was well written and fun for middle grade children (8+). The mysteries are interesting without being too easy or obvious or too hard for kids to follow. The only caution I'd have about this book is for younger kids - it might be kind of scary for them because the parents disappear and ...
Ah, Mister Max. What an intriguing young fellow he was. I have to tell you that, although most will list this as Middle Grade, I think it bridges the gap. It's true that our hero is a mere twelve years old. However he's wise well beyond his years and, I won't lie, his personality is infectious. Max ...
When NetGalley offered a Cynthia Voigt book for review, I immediately put in a request. I have been a fan since at least the early 1980’s, when my mother first urged me to read Dicey’s Song (I was definitely beyond the middle grade reader by then, but she was a teacher, and loved to recommend books ...
This was my first Cynthia Voigt's book, and I will admit that Ms. Voigt is a very capable author. This book was given to me by my local librarian to read with my little one. Actually, I did not see the finished edition, as my edition was an ARC. Nevertheless, it was one enjoyable read. Without going...
The GoodThe adventure. Max spends all his time running around in disguises pretending to be dog catchers, butlers, city officials--all the while making money. What kid wouldn't see this as a dream job? I felt like this book was everything a middle grade adventure story like "Peregrine Harker and t...
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