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Savvy by Ingrid Law

Posted by Laura Losch on March 16, 2009

I just finished reading Savvy by Ingrid Law. What a great book! I’ve posted a quick review (below) of the book, but basically this book is about Mibs Beaumont who is about to turn 13. The only thing different about Mibs is that when each child in her family turns 13 they get a “savvy” or special power. They don’t know what it is going to be or what they can do with it. Unfortunately for Mibs her world is rocked when her Dad gets seriously injured in a car accident the day before her 13th birthday! She hatches a plan to save her Dad who is in a hospital over 100 miles away. A great adventure story, with a little love story thrown in for good measure. I highly recommend this book! Stop by the library and check it out!

See you in the library!


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