10 year old’s rating: Good. How do dams make you able to turn on the light? I could read all the words! Good pictures.
The Brooklyn Bridge: The Story of the World’s Most Famous Bridge and the Remarkable Family That Built It by Elizabeth Mann 10 year old’s review: Buy, don’t borrow, this book. Some of the words were hard. The pictures were great. The river froze and the ferries crashed, hahaha! The big boss was so busy thinking … More The Brooklyn Bridge by Elizabeth Mann
Mom’s been gone forever, Grandma just had a stroke, and Daddy is a scientist at an army base so super-secret that the place has no name. Modern? No. The year is 1945, and the USA is at war with the Germany. And Japan. Daddy is working on the super-secret “gadget”. I, an adult, figured out … More The Green Glass Sea by Ellen Klages
Egyptian Mummy teams up with Roman Vampire to fight crime. In modern-day Miami. Pardon me while I croggle. OK, I’m back! Nonspoilery tidbits: The worldbuilding in this book is wonderful, a rare treat from a debut novel. Kudos. There’s a good starting scene where Alex (Alejandro) doesn’t tell his back-up that he isn’t afraid of … More Graveyard Shift by Michael F. Haspil
It’s not so obvious in each individual book, but at some point I realize that hey, the last batch of books I read were as white as white can be. Hey, all you SFF and Mystery and Historical and YA writers: Where are all the people I see in my neighborhood? The Johnson Test After … More White as Snow For Miles Around
Started out with a good fight scene, where Rinnie disobeys orders and almost wins. Love it! Then is Superman/Clark Kent the scene were Rinnie is a big nerd in school. Obligatory pretty bully scene. Next comes a training scene, and I’m losing interest. The high school kids are manufacturing a perfectly safe drug. The Big … More Psi Another Day by D.R. Rosensteel
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