Genre: Juvenile Fiction / Social Themes / Friendship

Book Review: Kristy and the Walking Disaster

Book Review: Kristy and the Walking Disaster

Child Drama, and also Kristy has a crush on a guy named Bart, who, first of all, is named Bart. It’s cute to see Kristy growing up and flirting with boys a little bit, even though she will eventually realize she is gay! Three stars, because this is mostly Child Drama, and also because Kristy’s […]

Posted June 19, 2024 by geograph in review / 0 Comments
Book Review: Mary Anne’s Bad-Luck Mystery

Book Review: Mary Anne’s Bad-Luck Mystery

I counted this for the 52 book club challenge’s prompt “a plot similar to another book”, with the other book being “Claudia and the Phantom Phone Calls” as they’re both Halloween books, although this one has a lot of Logan drama in it so really the other book should have been “Logan Likes Mary Anne!”. […]

Posted June 16, 2024 by geograph in review / 0 Comments
Book Review: Jessi’s Secret Language

Book Review: Jessi’s Secret Language

I counted this for the 52 book club challenge’s prompt “the word ‘secret’ in the title”, so, bully for me. This book did not age well in a lot of ways. But also, Jessi’s first book! Big fan. Three and a half stars for much the same reasons as Mallory’s first book.

Posted June 15, 2024 by geograph in review / 0 Comments
Book Review: Hello, Mallory

Book Review: Hello, Mallory

I was a Mallory as a child, because Mallory loves to read and write! And also I desperately wanted siblings. Also because I was still ‘too young’ to be a Babysitter Club member from like 9 to 11, which were my peak BSC reading ages. This book sucked though because they were so mean to […]

Posted June 13, 2024 by geograph in review / 0 Comments
Book Review: Graveyard Girls: 1-2-3-4, I Declare a Thumb War

Book Review: Graveyard Girls: 1-2-3-4, I Declare a Thumb War

Lisi Harrison is a really prolific author, and it’s because she writes pop fiction, which is not necessarily Good Fiction. This book is. Fine. I read a lot of REALLY GOOD middle grade fiction, and this is not REALLY GOOD middle grade fiction. It’s perfectly fine middle grade, and one thing about the Graveyard Girls […]

Posted September 4, 2022 by geograph in adventure, contemporary, fantasy, horror, review, thriller / 0 Comments