Timothy Hart has an imagination box where he can make anything he imagines. It's an invention made by Professor G. Eisenstone. There is one rule for the imagination box, he must not take it out of his room in the hotel where he lives. But, Timothy takes it out of his room anyway and when he does, strange people start following him and they steal his imagination box. Tim and his friend Dee think that someone called the mind surfer is controlling the people. They think that it's Harriert, the director of TRAD, a top-secret scientific instiution. Is Harriet actually behind all this and if she isn't, who is? Find out by reading The Imagination Box!
In this book I liked how Thomas and Dee worked together to find out who was the mind surfer and also liked how they never gave up. Also, I would love to have an imagination box, I could make anything I want! I give this book a 5 out of 5 starts.
- Jiyoo, a Two Thumbs Up reviewerCategories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
Blue Mortgomery can’t win. At anything. From races to scrabble, Blue ALWAYS loses. He’s been cursed since he was born, due to a mistake made many generations ago, by Walcott Mortgomery. Walcott decided to make a dangerous journey for power, and he made it, but split the future in half. Some of the Mortgomery's have gifts, and some are cursed. Meanwhile, Tumble Wilson is fated. She, no matter how hard she tries, will always be the damsel in distress. When Tumble and Blue meet, they become friends, and try to break their curses. But how do you defeat fate? Soon, they’ll find out…
I would give this book 8/10 stars. It’s confusing at times, but really good and well written. I would recommend this book to people who like fantasy.
- Addison, a Two Thumbs Up reviewer
Tumble & Blue will be available August 29.Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
What’s worth more to you, your best friend, or winning a competition? George and Lilly have been best friends forever. But when they’re divided into different teams for the spirit week competition, they have to decide what is most important to them. Friends or winning? What would you choose?
Unschooled is a really good book since it reflects how friendship is more important than a little contest. It made me feel sad when the two teams were trying to sabotage the games, but it reminds me not to behave like them. This is an awesome book!
- Adam, a Two Thumbs Up reviewer
Unschooled will be available August 29.Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
Twelve-year-old Alli Rosco is smart, resourceful, and totally incapable of keeping her mouth shut. Some of these traits have served her well during her nine years in Azeland’s orphanage, and others have proved more troublesome…but now that she’s escaped to try her luck on the streets, she has bigger problems than extra chores to contend with. Surviving would be hard enough, but after a run-in with one of the city’s Protectors, she’s marked by a curse that’s slowly working its way to her heart. There is a cure, but the cost is astronomical—and seems well out of her reach.
Rules for Thieves is an excellent book about Alli Rosco, an orphan, and from anyone else's perspective, the bad guy. The imagination of the Alexandra Ott must be extreme to make such an incredible world which leaves you wishing for more. I hope there will be another book, not just for me, but for all who read Rules for Thieves. The character development between Alli and Beck is incredible. I would definitely give this book a two thumbs up.
- Simon, a Two Thumbs Up reviewerCategories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
Jenn Bishop's 14 Hollow Road follows a girl named Maddie after her house is destroyed by a tornado, along with the other people in her neighborhood. In the summer between sixth and seventh grade, she has to make her way through drama and crushes all the while her house is being rebuilt.
Although the story was somewhat predictable, you feel the story could actually happen. The emotion's the characters experienced felt like the author knew exactly what it feels like to be that age, like having a crush and not being able to explain how you're feeling to others. Other than that, I really liked the book cover and the characters that felt real.
- Lizzie, a Two Thumbs Up reviewerCategories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
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