Book Spotlight: The Hoarders
The Children’s Book Review
Written by Jean Stringam
Ages: 9-12 | 198 Pages
Publisher: Cedar Fort, Inc. | ISBN-13: 978-1599554075
What to Expect: Overcoming Challenges and Siblings
What do you do if suddenly the people who have always taken care of you either disappear or change into something you can barely recognize? What if you’re searching for ways to keep safe, find food, and take care of your little brother when you discover you have a whole passel of relatives you didn’t know about? And one of them is Dead Uncle Dick!
While everything around him falls apart, Cheyenne can only count on two things: his little brother, Joaquin, and his precious food hoard. But when their situation goes from bad to worse, Cheyenne knows he and Joaquin will need to stick together and rely on the lessons they’ve learned to keep them alive. This captivating coming-of-age novel will draw you into a world that’s all too real. The Hoarders is a vibrant but alarming book that blends enduring themes with quietly brilliant writing to produce an unforgettable story that’s sure to become an instant classic.
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About the Author
Jean Stringam confesses she wants to explore every inch of planet Earth, touch every tree and animal, taste every food, hear all the music, and dance all the dances. Then she’d read every single true book and dig in the ground to find every ancient record buried there. Read her blog and discover her books and music at http://jeanstringam.com