tea fiend (pbprincess) wrote in bookgeeks,
tea fiend

The Sally Lockhart Adventures

As a followup to my post last week about the first book in this series by Phillip Pullman, I actually read all four books in a fell swoop over the weekend.

Here's a link to a longer entry about them in my personal journal, if anyone's interested.
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Should I add them to the Amazon scare little kids list?
They're not scary, per se...and I think they work much better as kid books for adults than they work as kids books for kids, in the same way that L'Engle's Wrinkle in Time series does. You might want to add other Roald Dahl books though, like James and the Giant Peach, if you're looking for suggestions.

I liked your recommendation of Jonathon Livingstone Seagull though. Did you really think it was deep in college?