Not my favorite of the gods, so not my favorite of this series. Still, it was an interesting way to showcase many parts of the Trojan War.
I'm so glad someone mentioned this title a few weeks back. I'll be adding it to the stack of books I'm asking my 5th graders to blurb for our We Need Diverse Books campaign.
A lovely story about a girl with dyslexia and a caring teacher who helps her discover her strengths. I loved the older brother and the real world problems her family faces while her father is deployed.
Super silly and fun. I can't wait to get this one to my students.
A fun start to a new historical fiction series! I love Ranger and his time traveling, rescue dog ways.
I wanted to love this science fiction tale of revolution and alien civilizations, but it ended up only being okay. Still, I've read both books in the series so far and I plan to read the rest. I just didn't connect with the characters as much as I'd hoped.
Pop Sugar - author with my initials.
If you haven't read this series yet, you want to start now! I adore all the characters and I love the storyline with the ley lines and hidden, sleeping kings. Having an ambitious and odd tale where I still completely love the characters and enjoy all of their interactions makes this series a "must always acquire quickly" one for me.
I wrote a quick post yesterday compiling some feminist literature suggestions from my twitter pals, if you are into that kind of thing..