Carol’s Books

Hey, everyone! I had this really interesting idea about 2 weeks ago about doing a book review in an interview style. And this is the final result of that idea. Here are some related blog posts: http://lilliandarnell.com/2013/05/27/history-of-book-reference-librarian-interview/http://lilliandarnell.com/2011/10/27/book-review-my-secret-unicorn-a-special-friend/, and http://lilliandarnell.com/2013/02/08/book-review-the-one-and-only-willa-bean/. I hope you enjoy!

Also, I would like to know if you liked it and would want me to do more if it feels right.

Carol: Welcome back to Carol’s Books! Now, please welcome, Isabelle! 

Isabelle: Thank you, Carol! Let’s jump into the questions. 

Carol: Can you tell us what the book Lost in London is all about, Isabelle? 

Isabelle: Why, yes, sure thing, Carol! Jordan Jacoby is a normal girl who longs to have excitement in her life. When Jordan gets a chance once in a lifetime, will she get to go? Find out when you read the book! 

Carol: Also, can you tell us who the author of the book is? 

Isabelle: Why, yes certainly, Carol! The author of the book is Cindy Callaghan. Click here for more about her if it feels right to you, of course.

Carol: Great! Can you tell us what the name of the series is?

Isabelle: Thank you for asking! The series of the book is Lost In. 

Carol: Neat! What can you tell us about the main characters, Isabelle? 

Isabelle: Wow, Carol! That’s a tough question. Well, the main characters are Jordan and Caroline. Jordan is daring and longs to have an adventure while Caroline despises change. And also, if you wondering they did run into several problems. 

Carol: Awesome sauce! Who is your favorite character and why? 

Isabelle: My favorite character is Jordan because she is willing to make new changes. Any more questions you’d like to ask, Carol?

Carol: Actually, yes! Could you relate to any of the characters in the story and why?

Isabelle: Yes, I can relate to one of the characters. Jordan is who I can relate to. Jordan longs to have an adventure like me. I’ve been longing to go on an adventure for many years.

Carol: Interesting! Now, where was I? Oh right! Have you ever done or felt some of the things the characters did? 

Isabelle: Yes! Again, I feel like Jordan who longs to have excitement in her life. 

Carol: Cool! Did you like the book? What was your favorite part of the book?

Isabelle: Yes, I definitely enjoyed the book, Carol! I would have to say her transformation into her daring self is one of my favorite parts 

Carol: Ok, cool! Do you have a least favorite part of the book, Isabelle? If you could change something about the book, what would it be? 

Isabelle: I don’t really have a least favorite part of the book. I think I would change her amount of time enjoying the drama. Now, what question is next? 

Carol: Would you recommend this book to another person, Isabelle? Who would you think would like this book? 

Isabelle: Yes, I would definitely recommend this book to another person. It would be 5 stars from me: ★★★★★. I think that this book is good for 16 years old, 18 years old, and up. Also 13 years old might enjoy this book too. 

Carol: Well, that’s all for today, folks! 

Carol (offscreen): Bye, Isabelle!

Isabelle: Thank you for having for me, Carol!

Isabelle (offscreen): Bye, Carol! It was nice meeting you and talking to you. 

Book in the grass.

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