My friend got me this book for my birthday last year. The main characters, Skyler and Emma try to complete a bucket list of daring ideas before high school. I read this book in one day and am looking forward to the sequel, Postcards From Venice in May 2018.
The third book in the Lemoncello series was the most adventurous one. I really enjoyed the travelling parts for the game and the crazy mystery of the library's shutdown. This was my favorite one of the series and one of my favorite Christmas gifts. Why? Hello, it's a Lemoncello!
This book has great indoor and outdoor activities for kids to do. The indoor activities; (especially the reading and writing ones,) can come in handy in Winter. I hope many girls will enjoy this book of fun for everyone!
This was a good book. There weren't as many characters images (more than one for each character) as I'd hoped there would be, but it was still pretty cool. There was a lot of trivia that even I didn't know. Disney fans will definitely enjoy this book.
Anyone who likes neighborhood humor and crazy secrets will love this book. When ten-year-old Minty discovers a strange boy and a tree that has secrets in its trunk, summer becomes very mysterious. Soon, Minty meets the boy-whose name is Raymond-and the two friends find many secrets among Minty's neighbors.
This book was a little more intense than the others. When Hank's friends persuade him to watch a zombie movie with them, Hank becomes terrified! He even starts having nightmares about the zombies. Soon, Hank hears about a local zombie invasion. Can Hank be brave on Halloween?
In this first young book, Hank and his second grade class are putting on an educational book-themed play, similar to Night at the Museum. But when Hank fails to read his lines for the coolest part (Aqua Fly), he is stuck being a bookmark. Can Hank shine, too?