Publish date: January 2013
Publisher: Delacorte Press Books for Young Readers
Edition language: English
Claire Vanderpool has a way with words. Her writing is beautiful, descriptive, and flows easily. Though, I give Navigating Early an average writing, I'm looking forward to reading Moon Over Manifest (I don't know why I haven't gotten to it yet!) Taking place during World War II, Jack Baker is sent...
I am an adult, but I love some middle grade and YA books. Not all of them obviously, some of them feel like not my cup of tea, especially those who talk down to kids and teens. This one really does not. The blurb summarizes the story pretty effectively - two boys who feel like outsiders in the board...
didn't enjoy it as much as the other book I read by her...review to follow
I wish this book had been around when I was a kid. This book fosters a belief in wonderment and a love of storytelling, and I just want to place this book into every kid's hands and say Keep dreaming big, thinking big and don't lose that sense of wonder.Similar to stories like [b:Life of Pi|4214|Lif...
Everyone that reads my blog/reviews regularly knows that this is not the type of book I usually read. But I've been wanting to read more award winners, and though this book has not won an award yet, the author has won a Newbery for her other book. This was her second novel, and I found the blurb fa...
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