Let it Snow – Review by Mollie

IMG_8605At the risk of being repetitive, Mollie is incredibly sweet. I’m lucky because my students really are this great. Thoughtful and kind, Mollie takes in all that’s being said and then comments with great insight. She is quick to laugh at a joke or offer help to a friend. She’s also very sincere and a wonderful reader and writer.  Last but not least, Mollie has great curly hair, something I totally appreciate! While she picked a book with ‘snow’ in the title and I’m way over snow by this point in the year, I can forgive her since the book sounds interesting.

 

Let it Snow, by Maureen Johnson, John Green, and Lauren Lyracle

Screen Shot 2016-02-20 at 1.43.32 PM“A Christmas Eve snowstorm transforms one small town into a romantic haven, the kind you see only in movies. After all, a cold and wet hike from a stranded train through the middle of nowhere would not normally end with a delicious kiss from a charming stranger. And no one would think that a trip to the Waffle House through four feet of snow would lead to love with an old friend. Or that the way back to true love begins with a painfully early morning shift at Starbucks.” (Amazon)

Let it Snow starts off with the enchanting tale of Jubilee told by Maureen Johnson. Johnson truly makes the story come alive with her attention to detail and exciting plot. You’ll be on the edge of your seat as you wonder what comes next as Jubilee fulfills her destiny. After you learn the fate of Jubilee, John Green tells about Tobin as he finds love closer then he could ever imagine. His excitement and drive for adventure truly makes Tobin a realistic character, the kind that you want to be friends with. The way Green describes how Tobin acts with the Duke and JP makes him out to be the character you grow to love throughout this page turner. As you flip the page to find yet ANOTHER amazing tale waiting, told this time by Lauren Myracle, you get engrossed in the tale of Adeline or Addie as her friends know her. In a spur of the moment she lets a boy ruin her golden locks. As she cuts her hair and dyes it, Myracle leads us through a journey that makes the reader look inside themselves as Addie does too. I would recommend this book to 11+ because it includes some mature concepts but overall is a very fun read with a good message.  This book will keep you in on a snowy day and you’ll be thinking, let it snow!

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