Thursday, August 27, 2015

The Three Musketeers With Zombies by Alexandre Dumas & Mike Rogers, 258 pages

There's very few things that can't be improved with zombies, but I wish this had stayed truer to the original book.

Blue Birds, by Caroline Starr Rose, 381 pages

This is a story of friendship between two young girls on Roanoke island. Alis, a lonely English girl who falls in love with the nature of the island, and Kimi, a native American whose sister was killed by Englishmen from a previous journey. Although the girls have every reason to distrust and even hate each other, and despite language and cultural barriers, the girls become as close as sisters in this poetic work of historical fiction.

Falling In, by Frances O'Roark Dowell, 245 pages

Isabelle Bean unexpectedly falls into another world where she discovers secrets about her family that may explain why she feels so different from other kids in her school.

Saturday, August 22, 2015

Thursday, August 20, 2015