The Sisters Club: Cloudy with a Chance of Boys
by Megan McDonald
Hardcover, 272 pages
Published March 8th 2011 by Candlewick Press
ISBN 0763646156 / ISBN13: 9780763646158
The Sisters Club: Cloudy with a Chance of Boys is the third book in The Sister’s Club series, The Sisters Club and The Sisters Club: Rule of Three are the first two. Megan McDonald also writes the The Judy Moody Uber-Awesome Collection: Books 1-9, which I love.
The cover caught my attention because of the background illustrations and doodles. I also like the frogs, the sparkles didn’t make a difference.
The illustrations are doodles from the younger sister, Joey’s, journal. The doodles are funny. The drawings match what is going on in the story. This book is about boys and how the two sisters, Stevie and Alex, talk about boy problems and how to solve them. Their little sister, Joey, tries to help them but she doesn’t like boys.
Stevie is trying to figure out Wire Rims, a boy in her class that likes her. Alex wants to get the part of Juliet so she can kiss Scott, who ends up being Romero. Joey is just weird about Sir-Croaks-Alot.
Alex has plays starring Alex, Joey has journal entries, and Stevie is the main character in the chapters. I can relate to Joey most because she is my age and I’m not into boys. I would definitely recommend this books to girls my age and older. I really loved this book.
Reviews by Katlyn
Adventures in Cartooning: Christmas Special
By: James Sturm, Andrew Arnold, Alexis Frederick-Frost
Paperback, 64 pages
Expected publication: September 18th 2012 by First Second
ISBN: 1596437308 / ISBN13: 9781596437302
I received an advanced copy of this book and it is not due to come up until September 18th 2012, but you can pre-order a copy by clicking this link: Adventures in Cartooning: Christmas Special
I love how the cover art is really creative and funny.
I love the illustrations because they are fantastic. I love their emotions and their expressions.
The story is about how Santa is sad that kids watch TV most of the day and how they don’t ask for books anymore. One of Santa’s elves sent the raindeer away and that was a funny part, and when the knight told his stories.
The main characters are Santa, the comic book elf, and the knight. I can’t relate to the characters because I don’t have anything in common.
I love this book. My favorite part was when the knight told his stories. I hope you love this book too.
Reviews By Katlyn
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