Ten-year-old Carter is out of this world. Literally. Carter is stuck in a place called the Summer Isle where the Pied Piper took the children of Hamlin eight centuries ago. But while Carter is stuck on the Summer Isle, his sister Max is back in Hamlin with their housekeeper, who just happens to be an Elfling and used to live on the Isle herself. Max is determined to get Carter back and is looking for a magician who can get her to the Summer Isle. Meanwhile, Carter is looking for the Pied Piper who is causing havoc on Summer Isle because Carter escaped his prison. Can Max get to Carter and stop him before he walks into a trap? Or will Carter fall for it and get himself killed?
This is the second book in the Legend of the Pied Piper series. I recommend that you read the first book first.
- Max, a Two Thumbs Up reviewerCategories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
Kara is a normal sixth-grader, until she goes on a field trip to a fantasy themed restaurant, called Legendtopia. She enters a small door in Legentopia's kitchen and finds herself in a different world where ogres stomp and wizards cast spells. There, Kara gets chased by a sorceress and meets a prince. When going back to earth with the prince in tow, the prince forgets to close the door. The sorceress comes to earth and claims it as her own! Can Kara and the prince save earth, or will the sorceress rule the world? Fin out in Legendtopia the Battle for Urth.
This book is the first in a hopefully going to be awesome series. I love this book and I give it a 5/5 stars.
- Jubilee, a Two Thumbs Up reviewerCategories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
The Secret of Goldenrod, written by Jane O’Reilly, was a good, but not great read. The story begins when Trina Maxwell and her father move into an old house in a small town. At first, Trina is excited for a new start, but soon learns that her new house, according to popular rumours, is haunted. Things only get more complicated when she finds a talking doll that has been in the house for a century. With time, Trina learns the doll and the house may be trying to tell her something important.
I liked the storyline of this book. It had just the right mix of suspense, mystery, and action, with a hint of humour. However, I didn’t really like the characters. Trina acted too independent and grown up for a ten year old. She couldn’t decide if she wanted to be called by her nickname, Trina, or her full name, Citrine. The nickname aspect didn’t add to the story for me. I liked the pace of the story; I was never bored by a lack of events or confused by too many events. The story didn’t end how I thought it would, which surprised me and disappointed me a little.
Overall, The Secret of Goldenrod was an okay book that deserves 3.5 stars.
- Kiera, a Two Thumbs Up reviewerCategories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
Meet Maggie. She is a girl who, with her new friend, Lena, plans out lots of interesting hacks. Not internet hacks though, prank hacks. They go through lots of challenges together, like fights and a class election. But when the new principal, Mr. Shute, tries to sabotage their election campaign, what will happen? Will the book end good or bad? Read Nothing but Trouble to find out.
This is a really good book.
- Eden, a Two Thumbs Up reviewerCategories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
Devlin Quick is a girl that loves mysteries. In this book, Devlin’s friend Liza thinks she sees some steel, a very rare map from a book. Devlin believes her and starts trying to figure the case out with some help from her friends, Booker and Liza. They first go to the library to find some more clues. At the library they find 3 names John Williams, Walter Blodgett, and some initials with something written next to them. PJS were the initials and they later find that PJS stands for Preston J. Savage. The library said he was a friend but Devlin isn’t so sure. Devlin thinks he’s the thief. Is Preston Savage really the thief? Will Devlin and her friends find the thief? Find out in Into the Lion’s Den!
I liked this book because it was very exciting and fun. It was exciting and fun because it was hard to guess what would happen next. I really liked how Devlin never gave up and tried her hardest until she found the thief. I think people who love mysteries would really like this book.
- Jiyoo, a Two Thumbs Up reviewer
Into the Lion's Den will be available November 15.Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
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