A Whole Nother Story, by Cuthbert Soup

Summary: Ethan Cheeseman and his children, ages eight, twelve, and fourteen, hope to settle in a nice small town, at least long enough to complete work on a time machine, but spies and government agents have been pursuing them for two years and are about to catch up. 264 pgs. Bloomsbury

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4 Responses

  1. A Whole Nother Story was a really creative book. Some parts were confusing, because there were so many characters. The ending was great, though the sock puppet was sort of like Origami Yoda, from the book The Strange Case of Origami Yoda.

  2. i loved it! it was so funny, an awesome read newbery worthy!

  3. This book was interesting, but I don’t think of it as a Newbery. I definitely will recommend it to my friends, it’s a great book.

  4. I agree that this book is awesome. Some parts were confusing but it is worthy of Mock Newbery. I recommend it for 9- and above.

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