This picture book is about a young boy who travels the world in order to experience the different homes throughout the world (mostly America).
This book gives a mysterious tale wrapped in riddles. While enjoyable at times, much like the cavern scene in The Hobbit, the unfortunate circumstance in this case is the reader’s connection to the narrator, in which it reads much like a manuscript discovered, with the riddles saved for the audience.
In this book, the author takes to tell the tale of Gertie Reece Foy, a fifth-grader who is as tenacious as one could be, or as her father would say, “she was a bulldog with its jaws locked on a car tire.”
Guy Stanton writes a story about a kingdom. This kingdom was of a promised people with a promised land, but the people were not faithful to their worshipping god, and as a result, were kicked out of the land and divided into a diaspora of people.
This science fiction novel is written by none other than the lifelong actor and entrepreneur of science fiction, William Shatner. Shatner is best known for his portrayal of Captain Kirk in Star Trek and his role in the plane episode of The Twilight Zone.