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The Unlikely Story of a Pig in the City by Jodi Kendall (from a Two Thumbs Up reviewer)

by McNally Robinson - Saturday, Oct 14, 2017 at 11:12am

The Unlikely Story of a Pig in the City is about a girl names Josie and a piglet named Hamet (who lives in the city). But since it's against the law to have a pig in the city, the Shilling's must find a home for Hamlet on a farm outside the city. Unfortunately, none of the farmers want to keep a pig as a pet. Then one day the police call Josie and tell her a guy named Reggie Grimson would like to keep Hamlet as a pet for his kid, but when Josie and her friend Sully search him up online, they find out that Reggie is a hog farmer! So now it's up to Josie to protect Hamlet from being killed for meat! If you're a fan of Charlotte's Web, then this is your #1 must read!

- Stella, a Two Thumbs Up reviewer

Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids

Breaker Boy by Joan Hiatt Harlow (from a Two Thumbs Up reviewer)

by McNally Robinson - Friday, Oct 13, 2017 at 6:32pm

Breaker Boy is about a boy who quits school to work as a breaker boy in the coalmines to support his family. One day when he is working, he has a terrible acciedent. He survives, but as a result he keeps having panic attacks.

This book is an action packed and exciting story with a very good twist in the story. This story is for all ages and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

- Zachary, a Two Thumbs Up reviewer

Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids

Ban This Book by Alan Gratz (from a Two Thumbs Up reviewer)

by McNally Robinson - Thursday, Oct 12, 2017 at 6:02pm

When Amy Anne goes to the school library to check out her favourite book From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, she finds Mrs. Jones, the librarian, telling her the most horrible news. Her favourite book was banned from the school library! So, Amy Anne and her two friends Rebecca and Danny, decide to retaliate by starting the B.B.L.L, which stands for Banned Books Locker Library. So, if you want to borrow a banned book all you must do is ask Amy Anne. But then disaster strikes. One of people who borrowed a book from the B.B.L.L. has betrayed them! What will happen to Amy Anne and the others? Will they be sued by the school board? Find out in this 10/10 book, Ban This Book!

- Stella, a Two Thumbs Up reviewer

Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids

Ruby and Olivia by Rachel Hawkins (from a Two Thumbs Up reviewer)

by McNally Robinson - Monday, Oct 09, 2017 at 12:49pm

The book Ruby and Olivia by Rachel Hawkins is about two girls that don't get along and are completely different. Ruby is bold, while Olivia is shy and nice. When they both get sent to camp, a camp for bad kids, and they have to team up and solve the mystery of the Oaks House.

I think this is an okay book, but I feel the author could use a little less unnecessary detail. For example, "Ruby ate the gooey cheesey pizza". We don't want to hear about the pizza, we want to hear the actual conversation. Another thing is that it goes from a realistic storyline, to a crazy unbelievable one. This book is a good story if you want to have a little bit of a haunted house story.

- Olivia, a Two Thumbs Up reviewer

Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids

Have Sword, Will Travel by Garth Nix & Sean Williams (from a Two Thumbs Up reviewer)

by McNally Robinson - Saturday, Oct 07, 2017 at 10:10am

Odo and Eleanor are catching eels when they come across something shiny stuck in the water. They pull it out and are surprised to discover a sword with unusual pattern on it. They are even more surprised when it starts talking. The sword then knights Odo, who does not want to be a knight. Eleanor on the other hand, has always wanted to be a knight. Her mother was a knight and Eleanor wants to follow her footsteps. She has always wanted a sword and in her free time she sharpens sticks to practice fencing with. They decide (actually the sword tells them) to go on an adventure to save the humans from an attack by dragons. Just your average day to day task. Sure it is dangerous and they will likely die. But, if a sword says it's okay then it must be okay, right? Read Have Sword, Will Travel to find out!

- Max, a Two Thumbs Up reviewer

Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
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