Did you take my advice and read Wonder, the story that paved the way to this book- that's NOT a sequel? Well if not, you should do so now because you'll want to read this one too! This time, the POV's come from three characters who played a piece in Wonder. When you read this, you'll be just as affected as with the first book.
As I stated, this is not a sequel book. This book is about three children, from Wonder and how they were affected by the special boy that made a difference at Beecher Prep. Julian, the bully, Christopher and Charlotte are the tellers of the tale. Honestly, Auggie was barely in this book and that's what was off yet still quite nice.
OMGoodness, You Look Yummy! is an adorable read! So here's the synopsis:
This story is so cute and I can't wait to share it with my ewoks. It's about a baby ankylosaurus who's found by a tyrannosaurus. The tyrannosaurus has develops a fatherly relationship with little Yummy. And the ending... totally adorable! It's sweet and I can't think of any child who wouldn't love it.
Grab yourself a copy of this beautiful children's story. You will be so happy you did.
A book by Tatsuya Miyanishi (story and illustrations).
Rating: 👓👓👓👓👓/5 specs
*Auggie and Me is next.
**Book provided by Akira Chima of Museyon Pub.
There is a reason I love to read and I'm going to be quite frank here. At first, it was because I had to. I hated it. Then I wanted to, like many. Later, I found I had to. Created within me was a lust, a ravenousness, insatiable hunger for more books, more lives. So I grab books from all walks of life, as long as they're walks I can't take on my own.
away form Nightmares thinking, the author's got something, but it's not for me. On to the next book!
Rating: 👓👓👓/5 specs
*You Look Yummy! is next.
**eBook provided by author, Dan Sihota, for an honest review.
Rating: 👓👓👓👓/5 specs
*Nightmares is next.
**eBook from my personal collection.
I've never read an Amish romance before, so when I saw this story, I thought it would be nice. I know Amish have their own language and when using English, they sound Danish. I love accents, but I'm gonna tell you now, reading it is another story, especially the way it's used in this book.
This story is written well, other than the throw-in expressions. I enjoyed the story. It deals with issues like alcoholism, sexual abuse, mental and physical abuse and biblical chauvinism. Sadly, the death of Sadie's parents placed her in a position to marry a person who'd left her to an awful fate years ago.
The book raises emotions and is an excellent read for anyone who loves this genre. I'm on to the next book. 📚
Rating: 👓👓👓/5 specs
*Stay With Me tonight is next.
**ARC provided by Booklook Bloggers for an honest review.
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