Happy Friday, everyone! Can you believe it’s the end of March? This month was kind of a whirlwind for me, so I’m glad to see April on its way. Let’s round out the month with some good ol’ fashioned fifteen-word book reviews.
1. Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer
Expected to love this one (evil geniuses! fairies!) but couldn’t connect with the characters/world.
2. Chief O’Neill’s Sketchy Recollections of an Eventful Life in Chicago by Francis O’Neill, ed. Ellen Skerrett and Mary Lesch
Memoir by a policeman in early 1900s Chicago, who then documented Irish folk music.
3. Hop on Pop by Dr. Seuss
Great rhyming early reader; but even in first grade I wondered what it all meant.
4. Greyhound of a Girl by Roddy Doyle
Doyle does MG? Awesome! Sweet and touching road trip/ghost story with four generations of women.
5. Once Upon a Time (Childcraft: the How and Why Library #4) by World Book-Childcraft International
Mostly nursery rhymes and folk tales, but a solid primer for young reader Annie.
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