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Have you ever met someone who can travel anywhere using books? No? Then meet Mrs. Meredith Grace. Mrs. Grace is a librarian by day, but when all the children have left at night, she uses her books to travel far away. For example, she could go to a pie-throwing contest with clowns; eat snacks at the Eiffel Tower in Paris; go deep down in the sea or to outer space; to a blacksmith’s forge; and so many other places. Mrs. Grace reads a lot of books, and she knows the secret of books. But she will only share her secret if you listen and promise to keep it. Find out Mrs. Grace’s secret in Samantha Callen’s Mrs. Meredith Grace and the Secret of Books to know more.
Enthusiasts of children's adventure books will find Samantha Callen’s Mrs. Meredith Grace and the Secret of Books a great read. Callen uses the first and second-voice perspectives, wedging rhetorical questions into her narration, making the reading experience interactive. In addition, the colorful images served to expand my imagination. Mrs. Meredith Grace and the Secret of Books is an educative read. Samantha introduces kids to many subjects, from famous geographical locations to science and nature, all at once and comprehensively. Her rich choice of vocabulary will strengthen children’s grasp of English words and enlighten them on important worldly affairs. In addition, it will deepen your kid’s love for books and reading.