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Carnival Catastrophe by Natalie Lloyd
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it was amazing

I loved catching up with the Problim children again. They are quirky, strong, loving, and resourceful. Just the kind of kids it is a delight to go on an adventure with. If the Problims are involved, you know there will be mischief and fun. In this book, they are on a quest to find the last pieces of the water witch that will lead them to a treasure (and hopefully their missing mother). It is also the annual corndog carnival in town, and the Problims must win contests for the prize of a boat trip to complete their quest. Dark, daring Mona enters the beauty contest against her arch nemesis Carly-Rue O'Pinion. But when a prank goes too far, she wonders how you can tell who is the hero or the villain in a story. She also realizes that she longs to fit in and belong. There are so many important life truths bound up in her struggle to determine who she is and how she should interact with the world. I loved her answer for what is beautiful in the pageant. I cheered when I saw that a 3rd book will be coming soon! #LitReviewCrew

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June 29, 2019 – Shelved
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