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Book Review: A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting by Joe Ballarini

Title: A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting
Author: Joe Ballarini
Summary:
Kelly Ferguson is desperate to spend her summer at the swanky Camp Miskatonic.  There’s only one problem.  295 more words

When Legends Become Real

This, Soren realized in the deepest part of his gizzard, was why they had to go to the Great Ga’Hoole Tree. For when the world one knew began to crumble away bit by bit, when not only your memories but the memories that others might have of you grew dim with time and distance, when, indeed, you began to fade into a nothingness in the minds of the owls that you loved best, well, perhaps that was when legends could become real.

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The School of Tough Learning

The huge owl blinked in wonder at these young owls. They seemed to know nothing. And yet…He let the thought trail off. Certainly their survival skills must be pretty good if they got out of St.

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New Book Review: Refugee by Alana Gratz

Hey all, it’s Sarah!

This novel found its way into my bags from BEA. When I first uncovered it, I had no idea where it came from or what it was about. 426 more words

Tween Book Review: Dirt by Denise Gosliner Orenstein

I have finally read a Denise Gosliner Orenstein book! This author has appeared on my TBR shelf for several years…several times! I was lucky to come across an ARC of her new novel, … 254 more words

Those Who Believe Shall Fly

“Don’t look back! Don’t look back, Soren! Believe!” But this time it was not Grimble calling. It was Gylfie. Just as they reached the stone rim, they felt a curl of warm air.

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Sing Beautifully for You Are Supper

‘How shall I put it, to a brain so much smaller and less clever than mine… The thing is, we are all, in a sense, supper.

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