Disappointed by the movie version of the ’70s kid-lit favourite, A Wrinkle In Time? You might find Hope Larson’s adaptation a better way to share the mystical story with kids.
Two weeks ago, I swept all the cookbooks, printed-out Internet recipes and ripped-up magazine pages from my disorganized kitchen shelf. I put this book there instead. My family life improved.
Bringing sci-fi futurism together with romance, Adam Silvera’s novel is about Mateo and Rufus, who spend their last day on earth becoming friends … and maybe even falling in love.