Thursday, March 15, 2012

Margaret and the Moth Tree review

Like a lot of fictional orphans, Margaret has been passed from relative to relative, knowing that no one really wants her. Those that do let her stay with them for a time definitely don't want to hear her, so Margaret turns into a very quiet little girl. Her quiet ways allow for her to hear things that a lot of others miss, including moths inside of a tree. And those moths want to help Margaret rid her life of Miss Switch, the horrible director of the orphanage Margaret ends up living at. 

If you're a fan of Lemony Snicket, I definitely would check out this quirky read! It's a fun read, with a likable, realistic main character. The cover needs some work (well, really just some COLOR), but the story was cute!

Margaret and the Moth Tree 
Brit Trogen and Kari Trogen
176 pages
Middle Grade
Kids Can Press
9781554538232
April 2012
Review copy

1 comment:

Life Interlaced said...

You have inspired me to check this one out!

Love,
Laci

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