Age shouldn't matter, as long as the audience knows what they should and shouldn't add to their speech and actions. This book should be recommended to anyone who wants to hear a heartbreaking novel. Every story counts.
I have read this book in tears; not because of how sad Blended is, but because how Isabella acted toward her fears and challenges. Author Sharon M. Draper has written yet another heart-breaking novel. Young eleven-year-old Isabella's parents just divorced, and Izzy thinks it's because her mom's white and her dad's black. Grown up as a mix, she's always been called "weird" an "unusual." But now, when it seems like she has two identities and two different families living in two different worlds, the worst is yet to come. Isabella gets shot in the arm, and, for once, her two worlds merge into one happy, calm, and peaceful family atmosphere. Read Sharon M. Draper's book, Blended, because every story counts.
I've read other books that are in the same series. They're sooo, cute! But, they also have their bad sides. Trust me. But, If your really, super, ever-so into that much cuteness, suck it in!! You'll love this book about tips, tricks, and adorableness by National Geographic!!
This book is boring! Only the SAME things go on again, and again, and again! OMG!! This is sooo, boring! I don't like it, bot because of its SUPERscary parts (which is one of the reasons), but because of its SUPERboringness! I want to give it zero stars!!
Stepping Stones is a book about a family, and their relationships. I can totally relate this to my life, because my brother is super-annoying, but yet, he is super-fun to play with. The cover and title gives a giveaway - life really is many "stepping-stones." Sometimes, people take the wrong way to the other side - a way that you might sink in. To be honest, I go to the wrong way, and often! So, don't be a coward, and start off a new book - Stepping Stones!!