Daily Archives: January 8, 2017

The Murderer’s Ape – Jakob Wegelius

Sally Jones is an ape.  She was captured years before and lived through many trials before the story opens.  She is highly intelligent and quite mechanically gifted.  Sally does not communicate vocally but can write and this story is her … Continue reading

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Caraval – Stephanie Garber

Scarlett and Tella’s mother disappeared years ago, leaving them to be raised by an increasingly cruel father.  If he perceives one has misbehaved, he hurts the other as punishment. Their father is the governor of an island and has forbidden … Continue reading

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An Eagle in the Snow – Michael Morpurgo

Britain’s most decorated private during World War I Henry Tandey. This is the fictionalized account of his life, his heroics, his bravery, and his morals.  Morals so strong he could not bring himself to shoot an injured German.  Years later, … Continue reading

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