Publish date: October 16th 2008
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Middle Grade
I did it! I read this book. Now you're thinking that it isn't such a big deal to read a children's book. It could take most readers a day or two, but I had the nuttiest inspiration to read this book out loud to myself. I do not live alone and I could only read this when there was nobody around. Plus...
This was the cutest little story that was written all in rhyme! It was about a little girl named Katrina Katrell and her friend Morty. Katrina was the one who wasn't afraid of adventure & Morty who didn't think he could ever do an adventure because he thought he wasn't good enough! Both learned s...
Fantastically unique and creative, the experience of reading this book was every bit as delightful as the story and characters themselves.Written entirely in verse (if Dr. Seuss were to write a novel-length chapter book (with the addition of a few Lemony-Snicket-like macabre elements) this would be ...
Great book to read along with a child, it is a novel completely in verse.My grandgaughter and I are reading it over the phone together each fromour own copy.
I don't have a problem with a novel written in rhyme, at all. But I got into it a bit and just didn't feel that compulsion to pick it up again after laying it down.
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