It’s hard to know where to start with the young adult novel, We All Looked Up by Tommy Wallach. The premise of the book is that a large asteroid, Ardor, is more-than-likely going to make contact with earth (on April Fool’s Day, no less) and “unleash the force of more than 10 billion nuclear bombs. […]Read more "We All Looked Up by Tommy Wallach"
Ah, the joys of stereotypes. Wolves, by Emily Gravett (2005) was a book I came to because of reading Wolf Won’t Bite, which I’ve previously reviewed on this blog. Wolves is a Boston-Globe Horn honor book, an award given for excellence in children’s and YA literature. This made me pretty excited for the book, which […]Read more "Wolves by Emily Gravett"
Note!: You might have noticed that even in these reviews, I focus more on the author than the illustrator. Most children’s books, just so we’re all clear, do have a different illustrator. I’m focusing mostly on the writing and providing links to the books, if you’re interested in learning more. If I do have a […]Read more "Pluto Visits Earth! by Steve Metzger"