I didn't know there was a sequel until just a week or two ago. Reading this book filled me with love and nostalgia for Howl's Moving Castle. I love Diana Wynne Jones' writing style and this book is wonderful in it's own right, a dash of "Howl's Moving Castle" to remind you of the original but enough of it's own story to make you feel like your on a whole new adventure. <3
In summer I can taste the salt in the sea There's a kite blowing out of control on a breeze I wonder what's gonna happen to you You wonder what has happened to me
Great book about a world where books are banned! Fun for all ages!
The Cat Mummy by Jacqueline Wilson. Verity adores her cat, Mabel, and is desperately sad when she dies. Remembering her recent school lessons about the Ancient Egyptians, Verity decides to mummify Mabel and keep her hidden.
The Song of the Dodo: Island Biogeography In An Age Of Extinctions
Owned: The Song of the Dodo by David Quammen
Behind the Attic Wall by Sylvia Cassedy - especially atmospheric and creepy for a children's book.
Pleasing the Ghost by Sharon Creech. This was my favorite book as a kid. I cannot tell you how many times I must have checked it out from the school library.