It’s been a busy week at ReadLove ! If you’ve been busy, too, then here’s what you missed!
We’ve got five book reviews: one in Teen Zone and four on Kids Corner.
Our topics include love at first sight and second chances, science and immortality, manor houses and family secrets on both sides of the pond, and zombies and antidotes, oh my!
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Teen Zone: The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith
4 of 5 hearts. A Sweetly Satisfying Look At Love At First Sight. With The Statistical Probability of Love At First Sight, Jennifer E. Smith gives her readers a glimpse into Hadley Sullivan’s life to remind them that though life and love can be scary and unpredictable, the rewards are always worth the risk.
Kids Corner: The Fourteenth Goldfish by Jennifer L. Holm
4.5 of 5 hearts. A Uniquely Humorous and Human Breakthrough Victory For Science. With its combination of strong characterization and easy humor, Jennifer L. Holm’s latest work, The Fourteenth Goldfish, will have kids — even girls — seeing science and life through brand new eyes.
Kids Corner: Beth’s Story, 1914 by Adele Whitby
4 of 5 hearts. Delightful Downton Abbey Era Mystery For Tweens. Family secrets come to light in this charming period piece filled with historical detail. As they roam the halls of Chatswood Manor with Beth, girls of today will discover how very different their world is from the daily life of this girl from 1914.
Kids Corner: Kate’s Story, 1914 by Adele Whitby
4 of 5 hearts. A Charming Continuation of a New Historical Fiction Series For Tweens. Family mysteries continue to unravel in this second installment of the Secrets of the Manor series set in Rhode Island. During their sleepover stay at Vandermeer Manor with Kate, readers will enjoy unearthing more Chatswood family secrets!
Kids Corner: Zombie Chasers: Undead Ahead
by John Kloepfer
4 of 5 hearts. A Zinger of a Zombie Series. The Zombie Chasers: Undead Ahead continues John Kloepfer’s fantastic feast of foul. Kids will gobble these tales whole, so be armed and ready with the next installment, Sludgment Day. Kloepfer has hit the ground running. Be they attached or otherwise, this zombie series definitely has legs!
And that’s everything that happened on ReadLove this week. See you next week!
Until then, I’d love it if you shared a bit about your week in the comments!
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