This book is about a 10-year-old girl named Amelia. She is living a perfect cousin-free life until her aunt and uncle die, then she has to move with her parents into her cousin's home. The house is old and inhabited by an immortal being named Horatio. Horatio determines that Amelia is the right person to learn about himself and the house’s secrets.
This book was full of adventure, excitement, and travel. If you like any of those things, you’ll enjoy this book too!
- Kiera, a Two Thumbs Up reviewerCategories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
Do you want a super power? Maybe to fly? Maybe to turn into an animal? If you already have this power you are likely an animalgam. A human with the power to turn into an animal. Simon Thorn is one of those people. However, he is different, he is the beast kings heir. This means he can turn into any animal. When Simon gets a message from his mother saying to come to her, Simon wants to leave right away, but some complications stop him. Eventually, he and his friends leave to find his mother, but they are faced with impossible decisions, powerful enemies and a possible traitor. This is the second book in the Simon Thorn Series and I would recommend reading the first book before reading this one.
- Max, a Two Thumbs Up reviewerCategories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
The Gauntlet is a game made up of three challenges, and an extra one if you win all three. The three challenges are all life-size games. The architect controls the game, and if you fail to win, the Gauntlet takes you as a prisoner. Farah, Alex, and Essie find the Gauntlet on Farah’s birthday. They decide to play it, but after they set it up, Farah’s brother Ahmad jumps into the game. Farah and her friends go in to save him. What will happen to Farah, Alex, and Essie? Will they become prisoners of the game? Find out by reading The Gauntlet!
I liked this book because it was fun to read and I couldn’t wait to find out what would happen next. It was cool how the games were all life-size. If I was in the Gauntlet, I would be excited to do the challenges, but also a little scared. I really recommend this book to people who like board games. I think it is a really good book.
- Jiyoo, a Two Thumbs Up reviewer
The Gauntlet will be available March 28.Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
The Ethan I Was Before starts off with Ethan coming home and he is playing in his driveway, when he notices his dead friend Kacey's old room has a light switched on, but the house was abandoned years ago. He wonders; Is the house haunted? Is it a ghost? Ethan then transfers to a new school because he moved from is old home in Boston. He meets this girl named Corinne and she tries to befriend him. But will Ethan find out how Kacey really perished? Read The Ethan I Was Before to find out!
- Alicia, a Two Thumbs Up reviewer
Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
No one comes to the Second World on purpose. The doorway between worlds opens only when least expected. The Raft King is desperate to change that by finding the doorway that will finally take him and the people of Raftworld back home. To do it, he needs Pip, a young boy with an incredible gift—he can speak to fish; and the Raft King is not above kidnapping to get what he wants. Pip’s sister Kinchen, though, is determined to rescue her brother and foil the Raft King’s plans.
I really enjoyed this book. It had great characters, creativity, and amazingly well made connections with the real world and the fictional "second world". The story teaches many lessons and has a plot that is a bit scattered at first but all comes toghether nicely in the end. This is the first book by H.M Bouwman that I have read and I think that this is one of my favorites now. If I was an octopus I would give it all my 8 thumbs up (if octopi had thumbs), but I am only a human and must resort to only two thumbs. I give this book 5 stars.
- Joe, a Two Thumbs Up reviewerCategories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
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