posted by Beret
Title: A Whole Nother Story
Author: probably not anyone named Dr. Cuthbert Soup
Reading level: 4th grade and up
Quite frankly, it is hard to know just how to categorize A Whole Nother Story. The Library of Congress has filed it under “inventions and spies,” as well as a host of perplexingly random and uninteresting categories such as “moving (household),” and “automobile travel.”
In my opinion, such an unorthodox story begs a far less rational sort of description. Let’s begin instead with an abridged list of ingredients.
Inside A Whole Nother Story you will find:
- “three attractive, polite, and relatively odor-free children”
- a time machine which may or may not work
- an evil villain named Mr. 5
- an international super spy and his monkey-sucking machine
- a hairless dog with psychic abilities
- a sock puppet named Steve.
If the above list intrigues you and/or some of the small people in your life, I can’t imagine why you are still reading this inane blurb instead of running out to get your grubby hands on your own copy.
Now, for those of you who may need a bit more cajoling: Continue reading “Book Recommendation: A Whole Nother Story”