Monday Children’s Book Reviews for October 31, 2016


i-will-not-eat-youI Will Not Eat You by Adam Lehrhaupt

“Theodore thinks everything is a potential meal. Lucky for the bird, wolf, and tiger, who pass by his cave, Theodore isn’t hungry…yet. But then something new approaches. A boy. Has Theodore found a new favorite food? Or something more?”    [JPB LEHRHAUPT,A]

ungrateful-deadThe Ungrateful Dead by Rose Cooper

“All Annabel Craven wants is to be normal. But that’s hard to do when ghosts keep texting her. And keeping her secret from her nosy new stepsister isn’t going to be easy. When a ghost girl named Harper begs Annabel to help her rejoin the living, Annabel warns her that it’s impossible. Once you’re dead, you can’t just start living again… or can you?”             [J COOPER,R]

hideous-history-death-and-destructionHideous History: Death and Destruction: All the Grim, Gruesome, and Gory Parts of History’s Dark Side by Sandra Lawrence

“All the grim, gruesome, and gory bits of history they never teach you in school! From the exploits of American gangster Al Capone to the wars of King Richard III to the prophecies of Russian mystic Grigori Rasputin, this book is packed with men, women, and historical events that caused chaos and mayhem. Others included are: Vlad the Impaler of Romania, H.H. Holmes, Empress Wu Zetian of China, pirates from all over the world, Vikings, the Boston Tea Party, the French Revolution, and Boudica of the Celts. Kids will love the scrapbook style and all the illustrations and charts!”


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