Review: The Moon is Up - Mariko Tamaki and Brooklyn Allen
Review: The Moon is Up - Book #2 Lumberjanes Series - Mariko Tamaki and Brooklyn Allen - May 2018
As readers of The Phantom
Paragrapher will know, I am a big Lumberjane fan so when I saw that they had
also released chapter books. I knew I had to read them. In The Moon is Up, the cabins are preparing for their annual Galaxy Wars.
Each cabin has to find the nine planets with the clues that their fearless
cabin leader Jen has come up with. It's a
race against the clock as Zodiac and Roanoke are
tied throughout the game. However, it's not a Lumberjanes novel without a bit of mischief and mayhem as someone
is stealing the cheese from their camp. The Lumberjanes will discover it's a
little mouse who isn't just any mouse, he is the son of an evil Mouse Pirate
who has been tasked to stealing all the
cheese that the camp has to offer for his mother and her crew. Of course, the
mouse falls for the friendship that the Lumberjanes have as they welcome him
into their group with open arms. Can the Lumberjanes not only win the annual
Galaxy wars but also help save their camp from the evil Mouse Pirate Queen? Find out in Book #2 Lumberjanes series -
The Moon is Up written by Mariko Tamaki
and illustrated by Brooklyn Allen.
Review: Punk 57 - Penelope Douglas - October 2016 As soon as I read Bully by Penelope Douglas, I was in love with this author. So when she released a new one who had my favorite theme of penpals and that whole friend to lovers going on, I knew I had to read it. The book started out with a bit of background where we learned about how Misha and Ryen were placed together in a classroom project penpal program. The pair continues to write to each other right through the year, and then they take it to the next level and continue through the rest of their schooling. Fast forward to high school Misha is in a band and Ryen is out with her friends and they complete a scavenger hunt form. Ryen is not what Misha expected especially from her letters. Tragedy occurs, and Misha turns up at Ryen's school under a fake name. This doesn't go over too well as Ryen is nothing like her letters, in fact, she is as fake as can be and Misha aka Masen hates her, in fact, she
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