Victor's father has just been murdered and he is wandering the streets in the aftermath. Previously the son in a wealthy family, the King's Guard has seized his father's assets and unless he returns to his home in another town, he cannot claim any of the funds. He is now penniless.
★★★★ Realm of the Unknown by James B. McPikeBook 1 in Ramsey SeriesPage Count: 329 pagesPublisher: Paper Gold PublishingEdition: 2ndPublication Date: December 11, 2019 What I Loved: Vince Ramsey, our main character, is so savvy and makes for a great lead in Realm of the Unknown. I enjoyed his character the moment he entered the book. He's knowledgeable… Continue reading Realm of the Unknown by James B. McPike
The Monster Hypothesis by Romily Bernard Audience: Children's Middle Grade Page Count: 304 pages Publisher: Disney-Hyperion Pub. Date: December 10, 2019 ★★★★★ What I Loved: The main character Kick is EVERYTHING! She is adorable and funny and full of energy and smarts! I loved her adventure and was so glad she was written the way… Continue reading The Monster Hypothesis by Romily Bernard
The Superhero School Series, Book 2 ★★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: Catt and Simon are an adorable pair of superheros! Their inner thoughts and their dialog are fun and extremely entertaining! I found myself utterly enjoying their adventures! How I Felt: With the Curiosity of a Cat is written with the perfect amount of… Continue reading With the Curiosity of a Cat by Donna Sager Cowan
★★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: Ben's imagination is huge and I loved it! Not only did he imagine away his classroom, he took me with him. I loved the way the story developed from clearly being in a classroom, to the beginnings of an imagined story, then onto full-blown Big Top Fun! How I… Continue reading Ben’s Adventures: Under the Big Top! by Elizabeth Gerlach
★★★★ This book was provided to my son by the author in exchange for his honest review. He was very adamant that he wanted to write the review, so below are his honest thoughts. My Son's Thoughts: What He Loved: He loved that there were pictures in the book "about every two pages". It helped… Continue reading King of the Mole People by Paul Gilligan