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The Rise of Winter, by Alex Lyttle — January 17, 2019

The Rise of Winter, by Alex Lyttle

Title: The Rise of Winter

Author: Alex Lyttle

Publisher: Central Avenue Publishing

Date Published: April 1, 2019

Centuries ago, Terra, the world, was nearly destroyed by humans. In the wake of that destruction, Terra created the Guardians—a group sworn to protect Her. But humans have returned to their plundering ways and Terra needs the Guardians. The Guardians are now fractured, their leader murdered years before. They need a new leader—a new Terra Protectorum—but when a young girl is chosen, outrage ensues. Questions demand answers.
Why has Terra selected a girl with no knowledge of the Guardians? Why has she chosen a human when it is the humans destroying the earth? And most importantly, why has she chosen the girl whose father murdered the last Terra Protectorum?

Well, that break went on a little longer than expected, but I’m back!!!! Thank you Netgalley and Central Avenue Publishing for providing me with this ARC. I really enjoyed this book, but it had some faults. My favorite part of The Rise of Winter was the fantasy aspect, which I can wait to talk to you about.

The writing style was very distinct and I enjoyed reading The Rise of Winter. Alex Lyttle’s writing was very to-the-point and crisp. Alex described the setting very well and I enjoyed reading about Terra. There were also lots of cute illustrations through the book that I enjoyed immensely. I also enjoyed stumbling upon an illustration that depicted the plot. I felt like I was in the book with the characters, the setting was so well done. I really enjoyed Alex Lyttle’s writing style and how he described the setting. I also enjoyed the illustrations.

The characters were very well-written and I loved hearing about their lives and backstories. Alex put a lot of thought into the characters and it really showed. They all had a very detailed backstory and were very well-developed. There was also mention of an LGBTQ+ relationship, and when it was questioned, the character replied: “Love is love.” Those are the kind of characters I want to see more of. Winter, the main character, was also really cool. She made mistakes, felt bad, and tried to fix them. She also stood up for her values. Winter is a role model that young girls can admire and look up to.

The future aspect in The Rise of Winter was my favorite part of the book. I loved hearing about the talking animals and their various abilities. I wish I had been able to meet the Guardians and learn about their abilities. The aspect that the Earth, or Terra, was sentient, intrigued me and I enjoyed learning about that. When the fantasy aspect, Alex also taught that everyone should respect the Earth and should live in harmony with nature. I was impressed that Alex Lyttle was able to teach about caring of the Earth with the high fantasy aspect.

The plot was very action-packed and I enjoyed reading it. There were a lot of cliff-hangers. There was also a lot of suspense. I loved reading about Winter and her adventures, which was very intriguing. The plot was set up in this book, but there was quite a bit of action. I enjoyed hearing about everything and I wish I was able to enter this world. The plot and the rest of the book were very well done and I highly recommend it.

I loved reading The Rise of Winter and I recommend it. I got the summary from Netgalley. Remember to fill out my survey. You can find the link to it on my About page. Thanks for Reading!!! Have a Great Day!!! -Annalee and Buttons

City of Ghosts, by Victoria Schwab — December 15, 2018

City of Ghosts, by Victoria Schwab

Ever since her near-fatal drowning, Cassidy has been able to pull back the “Veil” that separates the living from the dead and see ghosts, not that she wants to, and she was really looking forward to a ghost-free summer at the beach; however her parents are going to start filming a TV series about the world’s most haunted places, starting with Edinburgh with its graveyards, castles, and restless phantoms–and Cass and her personal ghost companion, Jacob, are about to find out that a city of old ghosts can be a very dangerous place indeed.

I really enjoyed the fun (yet slightly dark) little story that is City of Ghosts. It was so sweet and charming and I can’t wait to read the sequel.

Victoria’s writing style was so unique and I loved it a lot. I wish I had been able to pick up City of Ghosts faster. Victoria says that Edinburgh is the city where she buried her heart and it really shows in her descriptions of the city. I was blown away reading about all of the places in the city, especially Blackwell’s Bookstore. I think that after reading City of Ghosts, I have to visit Edinburgh sometime in the future if only to see if it’s as beautiful as it seems.

I loved the characters so much. I wish I had been able to talk to them and meet them in real life. Cassidy seemed so realistic and I loved reading about her. The side characters were great too, but my favorite character was Lara. Lara is her own person, and that’s what drew me to her. She takes Cassidy under her wing and teaches her most of what she knows. I wish we had a spinoff series for her.

It might surprise you to know that I have, on occasion, broken a few rules.

Schwab, Victoria. City of Ghosts. Scholastic Press, 2018

The ghosts in this book were very well-written. I enjoyed learning about ghost hunting and the ghosts themselves. Jacob, The Raven In Red, and all of the ghosts were very detailed and had very clear boundaries. Like their inability to touch things and their avoidance of certain objects. I wish I knew more about why the ghosts couldn’t move onto the Afterlife when other people could, but I think that’s a question for another book. I can’t wait to learn more about ghosts and ghost hunting in the next book.

The plot was very action-packed and surprisingly dark for a middle-grade book. You don’t normally read about some of the topics in this book when you’re in middle school.  I really loved reading about the ghost hunting and I can’t wait to see what happens next in the Cassidy Blake series. I had one main thought after I finished City of Ghosts. That book didn’t need a series. It would have been an open ending, but I’ve always enjoyed those. I’m not sure whether I want this book to become a series or not, but I’ll pick up the second book to see what happens next for Cassidy.

I really enjoyed City of Ghosts and I recommend it. I got the book summary from the Library of Congress. Remember to fill out my survey. You can find the link to it on my About page. Thanks for Reading!!! Have a Great Day!!! -Annalee and Buttons

Girls Who Code: Team BFF: Race To The Finish — November 30, 2018

Girls Who Code: Team BFF: Race To The Finish

download (1)Sophia and her coding club BFFs have the best time together. Sure, they work on coding projects, but mostly they gossip about crushes, eat cookies, and do totally silly impersonations. Now they’re about to participate in their first hackathon–a full day of coding and meeting other coders–so it’s time to step up their game!

I really liked this book, although I think that it could have been done better. I enjoyed the character development a lot, but the pacing was off and all of the responsibilities heaped onto Sophia seemed a little bit inaccurate.

The writing style didn’t change at all from the last book. I wanted it to be a little bit different, but it wasn’t. Stacia’s style was (once again) really really basic. I wish that there was a little bit more prose in it, just because prose makes a story interesting and I love interesting stories. I really liked the way that Stacia used the setting to convey the mood of the characters, and how the others reacted to it. I didn’t particularly like the way that Stacia wrote, but I can live with it.

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The characters were okay, but I wish that they had been more detailed. I enjoyed reading about them, but I think that they could have been better written. All of the characters seemed very two-dimensional and I just wanted some well-written 6th graders (that aren’t from the Percy Jackson universe). All of the characters developed during the course of the book and I loved that a lot. All of the characters were so sweet and funny. I really enjoyed reading about the friendships in this book and hearing about how diverse it was. Stacia tried to make this book as diverse as possible, and I love her for that. 

The plot was not very intense. But maybe I’m just used to reading action-packed fantasy books. There is no magic in this book (unless you consider coding magic). I enjoyed this book, but I wanted things to happen sooner than they did. There was also the matter of pacing. This book’s pacing was very uneven. Things would be happening at the speed of light, and then they’d slow down to a snail’s pace. I just wanted the pacing to be steady like it was in the last book. I didn’t enjoy this book as much as I did the first one, but it’s target audience might.

I didn’t enjoy this book as much as I enjoyed the first one, but it was okay. I recommend to middle-schoolers and people who love coding. I got the summary from the Library of Congress. Thanks for Reading!!! Have a Great Day!!! -Annalee and Buttons

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Girls Who Code: The Friendship Code, by Stacia Deutsch — November 28, 2018

Girls Who Code: The Friendship Code, by Stacia Deutsch

download (1)Looking forward to joining the new coding club at school so that she can develop her app idea, Lucy is disappointed by the lukewarm reception she receives from the club’s other members, who work with her to decipher mysterious coding notes.

This book was so sweet!!!! It was about a group of girls who don’t like who they’re grouped with in coding club, and they start getting mysterious notes. The girls need to learn how to befriend each other to figure out who is sending the notes. I loved reading The Friendship Code and can’t wait to talk to you guys about it.

The writing style was very basic because this book was written for 9-or-10-year-olds. I enjoyed it though. The setting was very well done and I could envision myself with the characters, coding. I really loved how The Friendship Code talked about coding because not many books talk about that, and I think that it is a very important topic. I really enjoyed the style of the book, although The Friendship Code could have easily been cut down to half of its size if the publishers just made the font size smaller.

The characters were super well-written and I enjoyed reading about all of them. Lucy is a great main character. Her voice is unique, she handles problems realistically, and she acts like a sixth grader. Lucy acts her age. All of the relationships between characters were very realistic and I enjoyed hearing about them. I loved reading about the growing friendships between the girls, and how all of them grew as people. The girls were such amazing characters and I loved reading about all of them.

The Friendship Code

The plot was very well-written. It was also very character-based. The plot centered on the making of friends and family relationships. It was sweet. I loved the way that the story progressed. The pacing was fairly steady and consistent. The book tokk place over the time frame of a week. I enjoyed reading about the girls and how they handled their problems. I loved reading this The Friendship Code.

I really liked reading this book and highly recommend it. I got the summary from my local library. Remember to fill out my survey. You can find the link to it on my About page. Thanks for Reading!!! Have a Great Day!!! -Annalee and Buttons

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Willa In The Wood, by Robert Beatty — October 30, 2018

Willa In The Wood, by Robert Beatty

download (1)In the late 1800s, a twelve-year-old nightspirit living in the Great Smoky Mountains despairs as homesteaders destroy her forest habitat until a chance encounter with a “day-folk” man changes everything she thought she knew about her people–and their greatest enemy.

This book was perfect in every way. I loved it so so much and I cannot wait for the sequel. I have loved every Robert Beatty book I have read, but I realized that I haven’t reviewed any of his other books on this blog, so I have to get on that. The writing style was very unique and so were the characters and plot.

The writing style was very complex and I loved it to my core. Everything was described beautifully and I was addicted. Mr. Beatty was very talented and I can’t wait to read more of his books. I loved the way that he described the world through Willa’s eyes and how she didn’t understand any of the machines or words that Nathaniel used, even being raised to speak formal English. I was overjoyed when I started reading this book because it was written with the dialogue from that time period. But, it was a little jarring.

Willa was so unique and beautiful and I loved her with all of my heart. Willa, Scout, and Nathaniel made a good team and I was rooting for them since the beginning of the book. Willa was such a sweet character and I felt for her the instant she encountered a problem and solved it. Her backstory was so tragic and I wanted her to have the perfect ending to her story, but of course, books don’t end with perfect endings. I can’t wait to read the next book in her series to see where Willa’s journey takes her.

The cameos in these books made me overjoyed. I encountered some of the characters that were in past books and I loved it!!!! All of the characters were so amazing and I loved how they interacted with the characters from the past books. I wanted to have more interaction with the characters from past books but I was okay with what I got because it has been hinted at that the characters from other books will show up at some point. I can’t wait for the next book and the encounters that will happen there.

Willa of the Woods

The plot was very intense and I was engrossed in it from the first page. There quite a few plot twists and I expected some of them and I was not prepared for others. I couldn’t wait for the next time that Willa learned something new or Nathaniel revealed something about his past. Those things were what told me that Mr. Beatty is a phenomenal writer. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series and be engrossed in yet another enchanting world and be submerged in feelings for characters and plot twists.  

I loved this book and I highly recommend it and the rest of Mr. Beatty’s books. Remember to fill out my survey. You can find the link to it on my About page. Thanks for Reading!!! Have a Great Day!!! -Annalee and Buttons

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Ice Wolves, by Amie Kaufman — October 10, 2018

Ice Wolves, by Amie Kaufman

download (1)Everyone in Vallen knows that ice wolves and scorch dragons are sworn enemies who live deeply separate lives. So when twelve-year-old orphan Anders takes one elemental form and his twin sister, Rayna, takes another, he wonders whether they are even related. Still, whether or not they’re family, Rayna is Anders’s only true friend.

This book was amazing!!! I loved it so much and cannot wait for the sequel!!! This is the first book by Amie Kaufman that I’ve read where she’s not co-authoring with someone. I loved the writing style, plot, and characters. I also loved how the most important relationship in this book was that of the twins.

Ms. Kaufman’s writing style was brilliant! I loved how talented Ms. Kaufman was and how she always wrote with hope. This is Ms. Kaufman’s first book that she hasn’t co-authored with anyone on and she did great. Her writing is so different from when she co-authors. I loved how well Ms. Kaufman described everything and how she wrote dialogue. Her writing is exquisite and I hope that she writes more books that are not co-authored. Ms. Kaufman’s style is very addictive and I can’t wait to read another book by her, co-authored or not. 

The characters were perfect!!!! I loved Anders so so much!!! He was so sweet and pure and I loved him with all of my heart. Anders and Rayna had a great relationship and I was so happy to read a book without any romantic intent, whatsoever. There was a lot of love between siblings and I was all for that. I loved how sweet all of the characters were and can’t wait to read more about them. Lisabet was an amazing side character and she didn’t get enough credit for all the help that she gave to Anders.

The relationship between the twins was so sweet!!! It reminded me of the relationship I have with my sisters, except it was more peaceful. I loved how Rayna and Anders looked out for each other. It seemed like something that normal siblings/twins would do. I loved how Rayna and Anders planned. Their rules were very interesting and I would like to think that I would have made up something similar if I was on the streets with my siblings. Rayna and Anders were very different but they worked together well and I admired them for that. And, for own their moments of brilliance that only happened when the other twin was around.

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The plot was amazing!!! If you were following my reading this book on Goodreads then you know what I am talking about. I was engrossed in this book from the first page when Rayna and Anders were talking about pickpocketing. The plot was very well written and Amie Kaufman is evidently a very talented author. This book also was able to divide the planning and action. But, for once, I think that there was a little bit more planning than action. All in all, I can’t wait for Ice Wolves #2.

This book was excellent and I can’t wait for the sequel!!! I highly recommend anything by Amie Kaufman. I got the summary from the Library of Congress. Remember to fill out my survey. You can find the link to it on my About page. Thanks for Reading!!! Have a Great Day!!! -Annalee and Buttons

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Girls Who Code: Spotlight on Coding Club, by Michelle Schusterman BLOG TOUR — October 5, 2018

Girls Who Code: Spotlight on Coding Club, by Michelle Schusterman BLOG TOUR

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CoverPerfect for fans of The Babysitters Club and anyone interested in computer science, this series is published in partnership with the organization Girls Who Code!

It’s almost time for the talent show at school, and Erin couldn’t be more excited. It’s her time to take center stage! Plus, she and her friends from coding club are putting together an awesome coding program for the show. 

But Erin has a big secret: she has anxiety. And when things start piling up at home and school, she starts having trouble handling everything. Her friends from coding club have always been there for her, but will they be as understanding when the going gets tough? Sometimes in coding–like in friendship–things don’t go exactly as planned, but the outcome can be even better than you’d imagined.

First, I have to say a big thank-you to Friya from Penguin Teen for giving me this opportunity!!! Next, I have not read any books from the Girls Who Code but I was able to dive right into this book. I really enjoyed reading this book and I cannot wait to discuss this book with you guys.

I really loved the writing style and was addicted to it!!! I read this book in one sitting and loved that. Ms. Schusterman writing style was very clear and easy to read. Ms. Schusterman was able to write the book for a younger audience while talking about complicated things like mental health, military deployment, and the LGBTQ+ community. I loved the way that Michelle Schisterman talked about these topics and will probably teach some girls tolerance and the ability to tell girls how important friends are. This book means a lot to me and I can’t wait to see where this story takes us.

The girls were very well-written and relatable. I think that Erin was very amazing and a very role-model for girls all over with anxiety. All of the girls were such great friends and I wish that girls in real life were this kind and friendly. I enjoyed the dialogue that the girls exchanged and how supportive they were. Erin, Maya, Lucy, Lelia, and Sophia were such great characters and I loved what a great friend group they were. I was astounded by the maturity of the girls and how well they reacted to everything. All of the girls were amazing and I can’t wait to see where they go in the future.

The coding aspect of this book was amazing and I can’t wait to see if that is written as well in the other books. I was quite pleased to know that I understood many of the technical terms in this book. The coding was very advanced, so if this is what girls are doing in their girls who code clubs then I am very impressed and need to up my coding game. I loved reading about the coding and how the girls worked together to achieve their dreams.

The plot was very well-written and I really liked it. The plot was based on preparing for a talent show and growing friendships within the club. I really liked this and was engrossed in the building of friendships and websites. I was in love with the way that the coding club girls were able to audition and compete. I was very pleased to read about the way that the rest of the girls dealt with Erin’s anxiety. All of the girls were amazing and I loved them so much. The plot wasn’t very suspenseful but I enjoyed it nonetheless.

I loved this book and I can’t wait to read more from the series. I highly recommend this book. Remember to fill out my survey. You can find the link to it on my About page. I got the summary from the publisher. Thank you again to Friya from Penguin Teen for this opportunity. Thanks for Reading!!!! Have a Great Day!!! -Annalee and Buttons

Schedule:

October 1 – The Readathon – Review

October 2 – Margie’s Must Reads – Review + Creative Instagram Picture

October 3 – Ms. Yingling Reads – Review

October 4 – Coquette Maman – Creative Instagram Picture + Coding

October 5 – Buttons Book Reviews – Review

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Michelle Schusterman is the author of I Heart Band, a Scholastic Reading Club pick, The Kat Sinclair Files, and Olive and the Backstage Ghost. She’s also an instructor at Writopia Lab, a nonprofit organization that offers creative-writing workshops for children and teens from all backgrounds. Find out more at michelleschusterman.com.

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Ban This Book, by Alan Gratz — August 18, 2018

Ban This Book, by Alan Gratz

downloadA fourth grader fights back when From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler by E. L. Konigsburg is challenged by a well-meaning parent and taken off the shelves of her school library. Amy Anne is shy and soft-spoken, but don’t mess with her when it comes to her favorite book in the whole world. Amy Anne and her lieutenants wage a battle for the books as they start a secret banned books locker library, make up ridiculous reasons to ban every single book in the library to make a point, and take a stand against censorship.I 

This book was really really good. I appreciated the message and how it was conveyed. It was really really funny. The characters, plot, and setting were really well written. If you want to know more than you should read on.

The characters were magnificent!!! I loved and related to them all and wish that this book had been longer so that I could spend more time with them. All of them changed quite a lot over the course of the book. I really enjoyed hearing how all of the characters interacted and fought for each other. I loved them all and wish them happiness.

My favorite character was Amy Anne. She was so strong willed and I enjoyed the way that she had conversations with everyone else in her head. She was so smart, if only she would say the things that were in her head. I loved how everyone acted around her, before and after the book banning. I loved how much she read and think that she would make an excellent book blogger. I loved her independence and courage, by the end of the book. Honestly, I admired her determination to change the school’s library for the better.

The plot was very interesting and very very relative. I have never heard of any books banned at any schools that I know of, but that doesn’t mean I don’t know it happens. It makes me sad to know that people think that some books are bad and that they should not be read by children. I really liked the way that everything was revealed, in bits and pieces so that I was always kept guessing. I was constantly kept on my toes. This book was very relevant and it sends a powerful message to everyone who reads it.

The setting was very descriptive. I enjoyed the way that Amy Anne’s home was portrayed and the feelings that went along with it. It was very interesting to read about how everyone felt about books being banned. Everyone’s reaction was different but they all told me something interesting about the person. I loved how descriptive the school was and how the characters didn’t just stand there talking about what they were going to do, they did it as well. I loved the writing style and how it wasn’t like any other writing style that I have ever read.

All in all, this book was very well written and it sent a powerful message to anyone reading it. I highly recommend it. I got the summary from the Library of Congress. Remember to fill out my survey. You can find the link to it on my about page. Thanks for Reading!!!! Have a Great Day!!! -Annalee and Buttons

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The Dollmaker of Krakow, by R.M. Romero — July 18, 2018

The Dollmaker of Krakow, by R.M. Romero

downloadAt the beginning of World War II, Karolina’s spirit magically travels from the war-torn Land of the Dolls to Krakow, Poland, shop of the Dollmaker Cyryl, and together they take great risks to save their Jewish friends.

This book was extremely odd. I read fantasy and this pushes the boundaries of absurd. It was very good though. I think that it could have some more work done on it, mainly, the setting. The characters were very well written and I was able to connect with them instantly. The plot was very good, and the setting was okay. If you want to hear more of my thoughts then you should probably read on.

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The characters were all amazing!!! They all had their own battles and helped each other in any way that they could. The characters all changed over the course of the book. All of them became better people and grew stronger. I especially enjoyed the way that Karolina and Cyryl became friends and talked. I think that if they continued working together after the book they could become the change in the world. For the better. I hope that all of the characters find happiness (wherever they are now).

My favorite character was Rena. She was so sweet and she never stopped believing. I think that Rena will change the world and help the rest of her people heal and find lives. At least, that’s how I envision her future. She was always so kind to Cyryl and Karolina, and so proud and so respectful of her father. I hope that she finds friends and grows old and has many children. I think that Rena was always the strongest of the people, she never lost hope and was able to help all those in need.

The plot was very good. I really enjoyed it and the way that everything played out. I think that the information was dropped at exactly the right time and place. This book was also very empowering. I loved how the characters stood up to tyranny. I also loved how talented Ms. Romero was at creating suspense. I kept wondering what was going to happen next because it was obvious that something bad was going to happen. Ms. Romero was also very good at putting important lessons into this book. This book will teach kids some very important lessons and they won’t even know.

The setting was the one dark spot in this beautiful book of light. It wasn’t as good as I’d hoped it would be, especially compared to the magnificence of the rest of the book. I think that the characters and plot outshone the setting. It wasn’t bad. It just wasn’t as good as the rest of the book. The backstory was very well done and perfectly clear. It just wasn’t as descriptive as I’d wanted it to be. I hope that the next book by Ms. Romero will have a better setting. All in all, this book was pretty good.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I think that most people would love it if they can get over how odd it is. This book fills the spot for Most Colorful Cover for my 2018 Book Bingo Challenge. Please remember to fill out my survey. You can find the link to it on my about page. Thanks for Reading!!! Have a Great Day!!!! -Annalee and Buttons

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Hello Universe, by Erin Entrada Kelly — July 15, 2018

Hello Universe, by Erin Entrada Kelly

downloadLives of four misfits are intertwined when a bully’s prank lands shy Virgil at the bottom of a well and Valencia, Kaori, and Gen band together in an epic quest to find and rescue him.

This book was amazing!!! I have never read a book like it, and I probably never will again. This book was so inspiring, it’s easy to see why it won the Newberry Medal. The characters were stellar and I connected with them instantly. The plot wasn’t like anything I had ever read before, so it was a breath of fresh air. The setting was written just as well as the plot, and I loved it. If you want to hear more of my thoughts then you should keep reading. 

The characters were exquisite. I loved them all and I hope that the characters in Ms. Kelly’s other books are just as good. I think that the characters were all really amazing, they changed a lot over the course of the book, becoming friends and conquering their fears. I don’t think that I have ever been prouder of a group of characters then I have with these four. They make me think that we all can be heroes if we really try and do the right thing.

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My favorite character was Kaori. She was so independent and strong-willed. She did a lot of research about being a physic and then she started a business that told people their fortunes (for free, of course). I admired her grit and intelligence. She was also very kind and accepting. She doesn’t care about whether people are deaf or shy, she just wants to tell them their future. She was very matter of fact (for a fortune teller) and she was instantly likable. I think that we should try to be a little like Kaori. 

The plot was like nothing I have ever read before. When I picked up this book, I knew that it would be good because it won a Newberry Medal, I just didn’t know how amazing this book would be. It was very character-based, so everything that happened revolved around the characters. There were four POVs, Chet, the bully, Valencia, the deaf animal-lover, Kaori, the physic, and Virgil, the shy one. All of the POVs were very well written and I enjoyed them all equally. If you are looking for a breath of fresh air, you should probably try this book.

The setting was also amazing!!! It was so descriptive and I could picture exactly where I was, with the characters. There also a lot of stories being told in this book, and they were all told as well as the book. The backstory was also very well written. I understood the characters and the school and everyone’s relationships extremely well by the end of the book. I enjoyed this book very much and I hope that you do as well.

This book was amazing and I highly recommend it to everyone. This book fills my With A Deaf/Hard of Hearing MC spot for the 2018 Book Bingo. I got the summary from the Library of Congress. Please remember to fill out my survey. You can find the link on my about page. Thanks for Reading!!! Have a Great Day!!! -Annalee and Buttons

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