Song of the Sparrow
Publish date: May 1st 2007
Publisher: Scholastic Press
Pages no: 394
Edition language: English
I thought this was a very sweet book in nature with a great concept. It's definitely a wonderful book for younger girls an adults. It shows how girls can do anything, and that you shouldn't let someone stereotype you because of your gender. It also shows a cute little love story and how the person w...
Now, before anyone jumps to conclusions, I didn’t necessarily hate this book. There were things that really made me upset and exasperated and that caused a lot of eye rolls, and everything else I was mostly indifferent to. So while I didn’t despise every moment of it, I was also given no reason to g...
I read Song of the Sparrow last year, but it’s only now that I’m posting my rating and review because, in truth, I was nervous. I have good friends who all seemed to fall into passionate, swoony love with Lisa Ann Sandell’s verse interpretation of the Lady of Shallott. And I.. did not. So I held off...
I wish this was really how the story of the Lady of Shalott ended! A fabulous twist on the legend.
Arthurian, The Lady of Shallot