I recieved a free digital copy of this book from Netgalley for an honest review.
The illustrations are great and its a quick, easy read. The book is full of magic and mystery that will hold the readers attention through the more serious parts of the story.
by Jennifer Muller
I liked that dyslexia was a part of the story line. It normalizes learning disabilities for readers who don't have such difficulty, making it less strange to them (and hopefully more sympathetic). A cute little story that I think my students would enjoy!
by Janette Forman
Not a bad story. I think it will appeal to children 4th grade up. It covers dyslexia very well, the only book I can think of that actually speaks of it actually. But also will appeal to the kids with its mystery story and characters. It's actually a a fine tale I think all kids will enjoy. Easy, quick read. Maybe something for over a vacation or long weekend.
by Catherine Hankins