This illustrated book has stories of how children in New York with "fairy sight" have encountered several species of fairies around the city. It also contains short articles about fairy's habitats and their habits.
When Penny Sinclair's mother dies she moves in with a relative in Dogwood. She befriends a girl named Zoe and a talking fox. They learn magic with items they find, but an evil creature comes to Dogwood and they must use the magic they've learned to fight him.I liked the main surprise and the twist at the end. I thought the magic the characters used was cool. I'll read the next book in the series.
I like how Arthur became the sandwich maker and was revered for it. I also liked how the people of Lamuella thought that being the apprentice of the sandwich maker was the best job in the village.The ending is crazy because Adams built up to it throughout the book.
In this second book of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Series, Arthur and his friends face the hardships of time travel, teleportation and dealing with the man who rules the Universe. Zarniwoop, the meddling and obnoxious editor of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy must be dealt with before the group can be reunited.This is as funny as the first book in the series and has new problems and adventures to keep the story interesting.
In this third book in the series Arthur Dent and the other main characters must stop the Masters of Krikkit from destroying the entire universe with the supernova bomb.I like when Arthur accidently teleports to Agrajag's lair and discovers that he has been killing Agrajag over and over again in different forms (fly, rabbit, newt, oyster, etc.). I also like that the Norse God Thor has a part in the story. I'll be reading the fourth in the series next.
Brian Robeson has lived back at home for a while after being stranded in the wilderness. He feels a strong connection to the forest and decides to return and fend for himself again. He encounters a flood and other problems.
In this second book in the Seekers seriesToklo, Lusa, Ujarak, and Kallik travel to Great Bear Lake where the three different types of bears (Polar, Grizzly, and Black) have their own seperate meetings to say goodbye to the sun for the coming of the Winter.I like how all of the main characters meet up in the end.
The interesting thing about this science fiction novel is that it could be real. It's a great story and might be one of my favorite books now. It starts out somewhat slow but gets very exciting after a while.
The war against the monsters of Tillinghast Mansion continues in this second book of the Tales From Lovecraft Middle School Series. Robert and his friends get allies and make enemies. The Slither Sisters are monsters that use the human form of two Lovecraft Middle School kids to an attempt to trick more kids into giving up their bodies so demons can use them. One of the sisters runs for school President. Robert and his friends must stop her from winning the election.An entertaining story with a surprise at the ending. With detailed illustrations. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series.
The first in the series of books about bears from the creators of The Warrior Series. This book tells the stories of the cubs Kallik (polar), Toklo (grizzly), and Lusa (black), and the problems they face on their seperate journies, which include territorial bears, humans, and global warming. Their mothers tell them all of a special place they can find if the follow a certain star. Each species has their own story for the star, but they all follow it, so far. They should meet later in the series.