Saturday, January 19, 2013
Book Review - Nicholas: A Vermont Tale
About the Book
After traveling across his home state of Massachusetts (Book One), Maine (Book Two), and New Hampshire (Book Three), Nicholas and his friend Edward the chipmunk cross into Vermont, still in pursuit of the family journal. The two creatures make new friend and learn a great deal about the state of Vermont. But will Nicholas ever find the family treasure and return home?
Book Four in a four-book series about Nicholas’s adventures in the Northeast.
My Take on the Book
I have been around only once in my life and it is a beautiful State. This story brings out the beauty of the State of Vermont and just as in the past books in the series you may come into reading this book with very little knowledge about the State of Vermont, but once you finish the book you will be leaving with a plethora of new information, and so will your kids. This book follows the adventures of Nicholas says he continues to search for the family journal, and throughout the book you are kept on pins and needles as you try and find out whether or not Nicholas and his friend Edward as well as other new friends that he meets in the book will find a journal or not. I had the opportunity to be able to review all four of these books within the series and have to say that this book along with the other three have been very easy books to read, and at the same time, they are books that draw the reader in and allow the reader to be able to choose the enjoy what they are reading and get lost in the overall story itself. This book, and the rest of the books in the series are books that, as a parent, I want to encourage my kids to read.
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