Things never go right for poor Ivy Pocket, and for this third novel in the series that was released not that long ago things keep going from bad to worse…or should that be from mad to madhouse, or perhaps even from on the run (still) from Miss Always to Disguise at Butterfield Park? Whatever it should be, Ivy Pocket does not disappoint in this her final book…yes you heard me right I am dreadfully sorry to say that there will be no more books about the incorrigible and infuriating Ivy Pocket.
I really enjoyed doing this giveaway, one reason being that I love these books and I am excited that others get to share in this. The second reason being that the answers to my question were so creative and fun to read.
Heartwood Hotel, is just as endearing as it sounds, taking me back to my childhood where you imagine animals such as Mona scurrying about, leading lives just like us humans, making friendships and finding “home”.
If I were to meet Pelle No-Tail I would tell him that at times I loved him so much, other times I worried for his safety… but then I realised that he is just a curious little cat that just wanted to be everybody’s friend.
In this book, Min the microbe (who is as small as a dot), takes you on an adventure looking at microbes and everyday things very very close up (microscopic). The microscope images by Linnea Rundgren are of everyday things we come in contact with such as paper, teeth and skin, which is completely fascinating.
When I first started reading this book, I immediately thought Indiana Jones with a modern day twist. This fast paced adventure will engage your readers from ages 9 and above.
I think Alice Miranda is a kind and caring character and the stories are always full of fun adventures.
“In a land of long grasses, where small insects crawl, lived a strange little bug, with no name at all. What creature are you ? the other bugs asked, but the bug didn’t know, and the others walked past.”