Monday, January 12, 2015

Finding Serendipity by Angelica Banks

Tuesday has always been her mom's biggest fan.  The books she writes are wonderful and Tuesday is looking forward to reading the last one in the Vivienne Small series.  She has the previous tales memorized.  What she doesn't plan on is going into her mom's writing room and finding the window open with no mom around.  Her dad tells her she'll be back in time for breakfast but Tuesday is worried.  What she does next will get her in trouble...

Macmillan Children's Publishing Group and Net Galley allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published February 3rd so make a note and grab it then.

This book intrigued me.  It's fantasy but it's about the art of writing, too.  

Tuesday starts to write her own story, trying to bring her mother home.  Instead her words turn into a silver string and float her into another world!  This is the world her mother visits to get her stories.  The only problem is that Tuesday is young and this fantasy world is as dangerous as the real world.

Her dog Baxterr is more in this world.  Tuesday meets the character she admires so much.  And she almost gets killed by bad pirate in the story.  Can she get back home? 

Ms. Banks writes a fun tale with enough adventure to keep anyone reading.  Give it a try.  I'll bet you'll like it, too.

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