Monday Children’s Book Reviews for November 16, 2015

snow Snow by Sam Usher

“Wanting to join his friends at the park during a rare snow day that closes his school, an impatient Sam waits for his grandfather to arrive before embarking on a fun-filled day of playing in the snow.”           [JPB USHER,S]

pinkalicious and the sick dayPinkalicious and the Sick Day by Victoria Kann

“Pinkalicious gets to be Principal for a Day because she has perfect attendance! Pinkalicious can’t wait to be in charge, but when she wakes up sick on the big day, will her dreams of being Principal Pinkalicious be—ACHOO!—blown away? Beginning readers will love seeing how Pinkalicious turns a sick day into a special day in this I Can Read adventure!”                          [JE KANN,V]

odds of getting even The Odds of Getting Even by Sheila Turnage

“A follow-up to Three Times Lucky finds Mo and Dale testifying against Dale’s kidnapper father, who has plotted a retaliation that threatens Dale’s brother’s life.

“The trial of the century has come to Tupelo Landing, NC. Mo and Dale, aka Desperado Detectives, head to court as star witnesses against Dale’s daddy. Dale’s nerves are jangled, but Mo, who doesn’t mind getting even with Mr. Macon for hurting her loved ones, looks forward to a slam dunk conviction–if everything goes as expected.”                       [J TURNAGE,S]

this bridge will not be grayThis Bridge Will Not Be Gray by Dave Eggers and Tucker Nichols

“The Golden Gate Bridge is the most famous bridge in the world. It is also, not entirely coincidentally, the world’s only bright-orange bridge. But it wasn’t supposed to be that way.

“In this book, fellow bridge-lovers Dave Eggers and Tucker Nichols tell the story of how it happened – how a bridge that some people wanted to be red and white, and some people wanted to be yellow and black, and most people wanted simply to be gray, instead became, thanks to the vision and stick-to-itiveness of a few peculiar architects, one of the most memorable man-made objects ever created.”                                [J624.23097 EGGERS,D]


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