The Hero’s Guide To Saving Your Kingdom Christopher Healy Book Review

If I took a picture of myself after reading The Hero’s Guide To Saving Your Kingdom by Christopher Healy, I’d be grinning like a doofus or a dweeb. There is something about a rag tag group of princes forming friendships and coming together to save a kingdom that gets me every single time. You see, it […]

Neversink Barry Wolverton Book Review

On the island of Neversink, populated by different sorts of auks (a type of bird), a hummingbird, and a walrus, life is peaceful. Food is plentiful as the inhabitants of Neversink live on a steady diet of fish. There is no threat from natural predators, because none live on the island. Unfortunately, the auks’ relative peace […]

Juniper Berry MP Kozlowsky Book Review

I very much enjoy when books creep me out and give me goosebumps. Juniper Berry by MP Kozlowsky read in 2011 for the Dewey 24 Hour Readathon accomplished this. Juniper, the titular main character, has celebrity parents.  You’d think her life is baller, but lately her parents have been acting weird, with no time nor thoughts to spare […]

Guys Read: Thriller edited by Jon Scieszka Book Review

Guys Read: Thriller edited by Jon Scieszka, who also wrote the introduction, begins with a bang.

Breadcrumbs by Anne Ursu Book Review

Breadcrumbs by Anne Ursu is a modern day retelling of The Snow Queen in the grand tradition of Hans Christian Anderson, guaranteed to melt the iciest of hearts. Hazel and Jack are next door neighbors and best friends, until a wayward snowball enacts a huge change in Jack, causing him to follow the Snow Queen […]