Books I Recommend: Raleigh’s Page by Alan Armstrong

Hi there! Here’s the 12th recommendation!

1. Raleigh’s Pageby Alan Armstrong
2. Parchedby Melanie Crowder
3. Treasure in Trident Cityby Debbie Dadey
4. Frozen Summerby Mary Jane Auch
5. The Very Little Princessby Marion Dane Bauer
6. Golden & Greyby Louise Arnold
7. Sounderby William H. Armstrong
8. The Penderwicksby Jeanne Birdsall
9. Ashes of Rosesby Mary Jane Auch
10. Kepler’s Dreamby Juliet Bell
11. The Island Horseby Susan Hughes
12. A Season of Giftsby Richard Peck
13. A Good Day for Hauntingby Louise Arnold
14. Willa Bean to the Rescue!by Cecilia Galante
15. Lexieby Audrey Couloumbis
16. Wizards Don’t Need Computersby Debbie Dadey and Marcia Thorton Jones

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Book Review: The One and Only Willa Bean

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This is about: Willa Bean thinks that every flying friend should be one of a kind, like her owl, Snooze, and is very upset when a new girl arrives at Cupid Academy with a much larger owl, Mr. Wingston. 

    1. My favorite part was when she met Lucy Summerbreeze. Lucy looked nice that’s why liked it.
    2. The main character is Willa Bean (Willa is always curios), Willa got along with Lucy. 
    3. This book is an illustrated chapter book.
    4. The illustrations showed what and who were in the pictures.

I like it because of all the characters. Also, the cover. 

  1. People who like school, owls, Cupid, and individuality would like this book.
  2. The author is Cecilia Galente.
  3. The publisher is The Random Inc. Company
  4. The illustrator is Kristi Valiant.
  5. Lastly, I recommend the book. 

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