It is a wonderful book. It is really funny. It has great pictures and lots of detail. It would also show you how many funny ways there are to arrest someone. If you like this book, would suggest reading Captain Underpants too.
This book will take you on an adventure keeping you on the edge of your seat at times. It was a delight seeing the characters grow as individuals during the book. They really pushed themselves out of their comfort zone! If you like Rachel Joyce's other books, like the Music Shop (which I highly recommend), you might like this one too.
The One and Only Ivan movie (and the book) are amazing. I will be talking about the movie. For starters, the movie is super realistic. It doesn’t look like the animals were just half-heartedly created. Another thing is that the movie doesn’t move super far away from the books storyline. Sure, they changed it a little bit, but most of it was recognizable. Finally is the storyline its self. It has a few up’s and downs, but ultimately has a happy ending. Another little tidbit about the ending is in the credits it shows real footage of Ivan before the after credits scene. That is my review of The One and Only Ivan movie. Definitely a five star.
This is an amazing book! It shows a wild cats point of view of the world, and what their life is like. It also shows how humans impact the wild. The book's mostly action adventure, but is also mysterious and mythical. At first it's a little confusing, but it makes more sense as you read it. Full of details and clues, this book is a must! And the best part is, this is only book one. If you like it, there's still tons more books! I highly recommend it, and I hope you try it!
This was the latest pick for one of our awesome #bookclubs at the library. "The Bookish Life of Nina Hill" by Abbi Waxman was wonderful! Our main character, Nina, is an introvert who would rather read over be with people 99.9% of the time. (She makes exceptions for her work and trivia team.) Nina never knew her birth father so she isn't disappointed to find out he died. However, she is mostly terrified to find out she has an entire extended family she knew nothing of and they all live nearby! I always say Family is the other F-word and this book proves the point. I laughed quite a few times while reading it and I hope you will too! Check it out :-) 5 Stars!
Wish You Were Here is little different from Jodi Picoult's other books! This book is captivating and entertaining, with some unexpected twists. It hits close to home with how people's lives were turned upside down by Covid and the challenges that relationships faced in the first year of a pandemic.
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