Reviews 10

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The Time Travelling Clock

Derek Jee

Rating: 5 Shrimps!

Derek Jee takes us down a winding adventure in The Time Travelling Clock!  When Lara and Adam go to visit their grandpa, they discover a mysterious clock that doesn’t just tell time, but can also manipulate it.  I loved the adventure through the eras and Jee’s fun writing.  Check out The Time Travelling Clock if you love history and some light-hearted adventure!


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Corners: Voices on Change

Amy Lou Jenkins

Rating: 5 Shrimps!

Change can be scary.  When we can’t see where the path is going, we become agitated, anxious, or defensive.  Amy Lou Jenkins collects a number of essays and stories that navigate the many emotions that come with different shades of life change.  It was interesting and enlightening to see different people’s perspectives on their different situations.  Check this one out if you’re wrestling with a bit of change or maybe just want to broaden your horizons.


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This Is My Bucket

M.S. Johnson

Rating: 5 Shrimps!

Going to the beach and want to get your kiddo excited about it?  This Is My Bucket by M.S. Johnson is a fun children’s book for young kiddos about a bucket.  I like the simple fun of it and the imaginative things the bucket could be.  If you and your kiddo are about to have some beach fun, read this to them!


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Tedenbarr of Have Lath

Esther T. Jones

Rating: 5 Shrimps!

Esther T. Jones offers adventure on land and sea in Tedenbarr of Have Lath!  After a pirate attack, Tedenbarr is stranded in the Eastern Kingdom.  Forced to traverse the world mostly on foot, he encounters many interesting locales and exciting dangers.  I loved the Odyssey feel of this story!  It was really fun to see who and what Tedenbarr would discover next.  Check this one out if you’re in the mood for a spanning adventure set in an imaginative world!


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The Haunting at Honeysuckle Manor

Karen Jones

Rating: 5 Shrimps!

Karen Jones lays out an intriguing and haunting mystery in The Haunting at Honeysuckle Manor.  Marnie has always had the same terrible nightmare of her murder.  When her mother dies, she discovers that they owned an ancestral home, one that is somehow connected to her dreams.  I enjoyed the depth to this mystery and the underlying tension throughout.  Check this one out if you like a deeper story to your horror!


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