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London Constable Peter Grant is a grounded, scientifically minded, dependable officer of the law, which is why interviewing a witness to a murder didn't shake him. What did shake him was realizing the witness was a ghost. You just can't put that down on a form... Wonderful combination of wise-cracking British humor, good old-fashioned detective work, and magic, this series of stand alone novels will be a new favorite for fans of Dresden Files and Doctor Who. ~ Reviewed by Leah Moore
Alternating stories, told through diary entries and illustration, a spine-chilling new book in the spirit of groundbreaking epic The Invention of Hugo Cabret.
1982: Orphan Mary, bullied beyond reason at Thornhill, a Victorian mansion where girls wait for foster family's to take them in.
2016: Ella, lonely in her new house, her window looking out on an abandoned Victorian mansion, wishing for a friend, sees a girl in the garden next door.... Keep your nightlight on for this one!! Great for ages 10-14! ~ Reviewed by Leah Moore
Bold, quick read, great for fans of The Hate U Give.
Through diary entries addressed to Dr Martin Luther King, Justyce tells us his story, opening with his first run-in with police discrimination. Although not physically harmed, the emotionally impact hits Justyce hard, and further encounters with racist "friends" and questionable allies make him take a whole new look at life in 21st century USA.
Strong storytelling and powerful ideas make this debut novel and must-read! ~ Reviewed by Leah Moore
A story to inspire us, and remind us - never stop trying to change our world! Harriet had many names - Conductor, Spy, Daughter, Moses - and this book tells them all, and shows us, with beautiful illustration and text, the life of a great women and hero! ~ Reviewed by Leah Moore
A sweet story of a big brother, an over-active little sister, and tasty holiday treats! Celebrating the melding of family traditions and full of cute, colorful drawings, this book has the great trio: family, faith and food! ~ Reviewed by Leah Moore