Saturday, October 1, 2016

ARC Review: Liberty

by Kirby Larson

by Kirby Larson is a realistic fiction novel about a boy named Fish who enjoys creating his own inventions and his neighbor Olympia, who tends to mess things up a lot. But when one of his inventions leads Fish and Olympia to Liberty, a stray dog, the two work together to rescue the dog. The book takes place during World War II, and Fish’s father is out fighting in Europe. He looks up to Mr. Higgins, and creates an invention that helps Mr. Higgins’s engineers. Mr. Higgins inspires Fish to be brave, and meets many new people as he is going on to rescue Liberty the stray dog. 

This is a great novel that is recommended to grades 4-7. It is very enjoyable! I would rate this book 4 out of 5 because it is a good read and was very fun to read. I believe the author wrote this book to entertain because it is a fun book to read and is very entertaining.

Review by: George N.

Publisher: Scholastic
Grade Level: 3-7
Release Date: October 11, 2016
Pages: 240

*Our class received an ARC of this book to read/review from the publisher, in exchange for my honest review.

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