Life is nothing but a board game
A cross between science fiction and fantasy.
Feminists accuse author of mysogyny
Roald Dahl claimed that all witches are women.
The New York Times compared this book to the Narnia series
No lion, no wardrobe and no allegory.
A young elf proves that compassion is stronger than any weapon.
Djinni, magic and revenge, part 2
The Bartimaeus Trilogy's middle book.
Cat helps boy overcome dyslexia
Abby and Ben love the misfit animals in their grandfather's barn.
A series for readers not ready for Harry Potter
A typical beginner series from Scholastic Books.
An audition for life
Children travel to a fantasy island to develop life skills.
Toseland did not expect to find playmates in his great-grandmother's mansion.
Angels among us
Vero discovers he is not really human.
Imaginative book for mature readers to be released this month
A story of quest and fantasy.
Popular series has this reviewer yawning
For cat lovers only.
A 300 year old journey through a tunnel.
The boy who never grew up
How did Peter get to Neverland?
Newbery runner-up bewitches readers
An extremely well-written Victorian Gothic novel.
Adventure and allegory
Aidan finds mysterious scrolls in his grandfather's basement.
It’s a dog’s life
A curious mixture of fantasy and human reality.
Britain bans use of technology
Will they survive?
Toads, ghosts and dead knights
The only way to fight a ghost is with another ghost.
Award winning author churns out one that lacks passion
I expect more from a Carnegie/Newbery winner.
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