Well, given I was the Goodreader who added this selection to the website, I would suggest you check out the synoCheck out more on Across the Litoverse
Well, given I was the Goodreader who added this selection to the website, I would suggest you check out the synopsis written above.
As for a rating, I found the book was memorable for its quaint bizarreness and its strange turns of phrase. For instance, Herbert McKay's Little House in the Woods introduced kids to the topic of the slave trade, yet also managed to be oppressively repetitive. Geoffrey C. Turner's stories (The Huge Smile and The Rabbits' Party) were equally surreal, and equally small-minded about certain groups (re: "ugly" people and the rich kids). On the opposite hand, Marion Coombes's Brenda Bear series was delightfully episodic and cute to boot. Overall, a nice collection for children to amuse themselves over....more