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Date Source Publisher Phys Desc. Language Availability Hoopla Zondervan, 1 online resource English Available Online. More Info Check Out Hoopla. Middle grade students are often so hard to suggest books for, and this series is one that would be easy to recommend. Yes please! The pacing. Things kept moving, but never got frantic. Too far the other way is not good either though — make it hard for me to put the book down! Samson does a good job at balancing the two.
The treatment of adults. And, happily, the kids even bring in adults to assist when they realize they need help.
How refreshing! The resolution. No spoilers, but I really appreciated the overall tone of the book — it was positive, and there were a lot of themes like kindness and teamwork that were subtly woven through the story.
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Not didactic at all, just a nice foundation for the plot and characters. The backstory. Or lack thereof.
I realize this is a tough situation: too much is repetitive and annoying for readers who are familiar with the other books, too little and new readers are scrambling a bit to get up to speed. The narrator. Or at least his narration. Overview Linus and Julia Easterday find themselves in the strangest situations.
Product Details About the Author. About the Author Lisa Samson is the author of over twenty-five books, including the Christy award-winning novel Songbird. Her novel, Quaker Summer was Christianity Today's novel of She is coauthor with her husband, Will, of Justice in the Burbs.dubbcamihehip.cf
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The Pierce School For Young People, a school that the twins' dear friend Walter attends and lives in is threatened to be closed by Madrigal Peirces' evil brother. As the owner of the school, Madrigal Pierce must find a way to keep her greedy brother from selling the school. Ophelia and Linus think up a plan that could work, but the storybook people must cooperate or else Walter will have to move back to London! Just like the other two books, the story is compelling, and the characters are well described. I really liked this series, and the writing was really entertaining! Related Searches.
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