Tag: middle grade

Seriously Shifted

Seriously Shifted

My Review I really love the premise of this series!  In the world of Seriously Shifted, witches are not good.  Not all of them are evil, but there is a defined since of superiority that allows them to live by rules of their own.  But Camellia is determined to change that.  Her mother is on the […]

Posted 21 February 2017 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

Seriously Wicked

Seriously Wicked

My Review I ran across Seriously Wicked on the e-library site for my local Army library and fell in love with the cover.  But they didn’t own the book.  I recommended it, and the next in the series,  for purchase and, much to my delight, the library purchased both of them. It is a quirky, quirky novel, […]

Posted 2 February 2017 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

Forgotten Things

Forgotten Things

My Review Forgotten Things is the debut full-length novel by author Stephen Mullaney-Westwood.  It is a beautiful story woven between the reality that we all know and that inhabited by the creatures of lore that so many of us dismiss.  It is a coming-of-age story that centers around Adam and his friends Martin and Josh.  Adam has just moved […]

Posted 28 July 2015 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

When Heaven Fell

When Heaven Fell

My Review I picked up this book as part of an independent reading assignment for a children’s literature assignment on multiculturalism.  I loved it so much I wanted to share it here. A full disclaimer… in my previous life, I was a Vietnamese linguist in the US Army.  Because of that, I fell in love […]

Posted 27 January 2015 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

Land of Corn Chips

Land of Corn Chips

My Review Land of Corn Chips is the second novel from author Angela Carlie, a middle grade fantasy.  Nate is an eleven year old boy obsessed with wrestling and football.  He is a kid that many of us can relate to, regardless of our age.  He is an average kid, in a family divided by divorce.  […]

Posted 1 June 2011 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments