August 20, 2010
FALSE advertising my friends.
Oh, it's a good book--don't get me wrong--and as well-written as you would expect from a writing guru like Ralph Fletcher. And while it does have warmth and fun it also has...
Death! It has the death of a major character and this is in no way alluded to on the front or back of this book. Not a trace of it. Now when you pick up Bridge to Terabithia or Charlotte's Web or anything with a dog on it, they're usually good enough to throw you a "will learn the preciousness of life" or a "and will have to deal with loss" or just a "ups and downs" at least, for crying out loud.
Good book. Just, you know, give me a heads up next time. Sheesh.