Most people go to Paris to fall in love, but twelve-year-old Petunia Beanly goes to Paris to hide from it. She knows how much love hurts. She'll never forget how painful it was to mess up badly with Windel Watson, the only boy who has ever made her heart turn over. Besides, love is really only for the golden people, like Pet's gorgeous, glamorous, and infuriating older sister, Ava. So when Pet and her family move to Paris for a year, her plan is to stay in her new room with the blankets over her head. But Paris has a surprise in store for both Beanly sisters that will change the way they see themselves, each other, and the swirling adventure that is a first crush.
I think that this book is good for anyone who likes romance novels and a bit of history. I didn't like the book in the beginning, but it got a bit better in the middle. Sometimes it got a little but confusing because it went back and forth between the present and the past. Overall, it was a good book, but I wouldn't want to buy it for myself.
- Erin, a Two Thumbs Up reviewerCategories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
Ever since Molly's mother was relocated to Toronto for her job, perfection has been hard to come by. Molly finds herself having to wash her hands over and over again, and even counting in fours, but that is not enough satisfy to her anxiety. Slowly, twelve-year-old Molly Nathans' life begins to spin out of control.
Finding Perfect is an exquisite debut novel, exposing the truth about perfection. I would recommend this book for children of all ages, including adults. All hail the new queen of realistic fiction in children’s literature.
- Amy, a Two Thumbs Up reviewerCategories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
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This book is about two kids who are sent on a mission to help find the norse god Loki, who supposedly murdered Odin's favourite son Baldur. John Pru and ABE journey to find the truth about this outrageous act before it's too late!
I give this book an 8/10 because it was written very creatively and because it is basically thh norse story of Ragnarok with a very interesting twist. Without giving anything away, I really liked this book.
- Darrah, a Two Thumbs Up reviewerCategories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
The book You in Five Acts tells the story of five friends during their last semester at Janus Academy, a prestigious New York performing arts school. Diego has his heart set on Joy. However, Joy is too focused on dancing and her studies to notice. Liv is dating Ethan, but cannot help loving the new guy, Dave. Dave is in love with Liv, but is afraid to tell her. This decent romance novel shows what it takes to make it in show business.
- Amy, a Two Thumbs Up reviewer
You in Five Acts will be available November 1.Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
Carl is a duck and he really, REALLY loves pizza. Then all the pizza in the world mysteriously disappears!!! Carl looks for clues to find out who stole the pizza. He finds out it was a pirate! Will Carl be able to save the pizza?
This was a really funny book. You actually get to draw in the book! My two younger brothers (ages 6 and 8) loved this book. I would recommend it for comic lovers in grades 1 to 3. I give The Pursuit of the Pesky Pizza Pirate 4/5 stars!
- Addison, a Two Thumbs Up reviewerCategories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
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