Children/YA fiction. Be Light Like a Bird by: Monika Schroder



A Note From the Publisher

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children Trilogy


I loved this series as a whole. The second one, Hollow City, was my absolute favorite and the last one, Library of Souls was my least favorite.

I like how the Author took old photos and merged them into the story. Sometimes I looked forward to seeing the next photo as much as I looked forward to reading the next part.

Unique and interesting. There are not any dull or slow parts. I did not notice any glaring plot holes.

I haven’t decided if I am going to see the movie of the first book or not. I think I will wait for reviews first.

This series is just as fun for adults.

Have you read these or do you plan to?

Do you plan on seeing the movie?


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