Readers rejoice Primrose Squarp is back The wise and curious heroine of the Newbery Honor Book "Everything on a Waffle" is facing another adventure-filled year in Coal Harbor.
Even though her parents, once lost at sea, are home, there's a whole slew of problems and mysteries to keep Primrose and eager fans busy. There's Uncle Jack and Kate Bowzer, who may (or may not) be in love. There's Ked, a foster child who becomes Primrose's friend. And there's the new development on the outskirts of town that threatens the Coal Harbor Primrose knows and treasures.
From National Book Award winning author Polly Horvath comes a masterful sequel to a beloved novel, sure to please old fans and gain new ones.
A perfect charmer . Hilarious and touching. "The Boston Globe"
Nobody does middle grade like Horvath. "The Horn Book Magazine"
"From the Hardcover edition.
About the Author
POLLY HORVATH is one of the most highly acclaimed authors writing today. Her books include "The Canning Season" (National Book Award winner and a YA Canadian Book of the Year), "Everything on a Waffle" (Newbery Honor Book), "The Trolls" (National Book Award finalist), "My One Hundred Adventures" (a School Library Journal Best Book of the Year, a Booklist Editors' Choice, and a Kirkus Reviews Best Children's Book of the Year), and "Northward to the Moon" (an Oprah's Book Club Kid's Reading List selection). Her most recent book is "Mr. and Mrs. Bunny--Detectives Extraordinaire!"
A Boston Globe Best Children's Book of 2012
School Library Journal Best of Children's Books 2012
Starred Review, Publishers Weekly, August 20, 2012:
“…Horvath skillfully balances the story’s light and dark moments, leaving readers with an ending both satisfying and honest.”
Starred Review, Kirkus Reviews, August 1, 2012:
“…the author delivers a gothic tragicomedy that is both a worthy sequel and as able as Primrose to stand on its own.”
Starred Review, School Library Jounral, August 1, 2012:
“Excellent fun surrounds nuggets of wisdom, making for a great read or read-aloud to be enjoyed on multiple levels”