Signed by: Zelda, by Kate Feiffer

Summary:  An eleven-year-old aspiring handwriting analyst, a solitary boy, and a talking pigeon solve the mystery of Nicky’s missing grandmother.

Simon & Schuster

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2 Responses

  1. I have to say that I thought this book was a bit boring and I never really connected to the characters. The plot was okay, adding a nice twist in the end, but that’s all I liked about it. It was something about the writing style that I didn’t appreciate. So I think it shouldn’t get a Newbery Honor/Medal.

  2. I was expecting a plot twist at the end, but got the same thing I had been thinking the whole time. Enjoyable, but not a winner.

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