Young children can begin to learn that a book must be held a certain way in order to understand the print (and to follow the pictures). In the book Tops and Bottoms by Janet Stevens, the text of the story requires the reader to hold the book completely sideways!
–Tip by Amy S., Youth Library Assistant
In Fake Mustache by Tom Angleberger, all Casper has to do to become president of the United States is buy a fake mustache and a fancy suit. Did I mention that the mustache once belonged to an evil villain and has mind-control powers? With this mustache, he convinces teachers and fast food restaurant employees to rob banks and do his bidding, and he’s convinced the whole world that he should be in charge! It seems nothing can stop Casper and his mustache from taking over the world…but there are two people who aren’t fooled. One is Lenny Flem Jr, Casper’s best friend, and the other is Jodie O’Rodeo, famous yodeling child TV star. Can they thwart the evil plan and bring the world back to normal? You’ll just have to read to find out! Tom Angleberger’s books are really fun to read, with adventure, mystery, and a lot of laughs along the way.
Book reviewed by Claire B., Youth Outreach Coordinator and Volunteen Coordinator
I am reading Serendipity and me. It’s about a girl who loves kittens but can’t keep one because of her dad saying no. Her mother passed away and she doesn’t know why. She want’s to know her families past and the story behind it…Will she? Or will she not?
Book read and reviewed by Chryssa.