Book Review: Savvy

Screen Shot 2017-12-02 at 4.33.25 PMLarrabee and I recently read Ingrid Law‘s Savvy aloud together. We found it to be quirky and fun.

Savvy is the story of Mississippi (“Mibs”) Beaumont. Mibs is about to turn 13. When she does, she’ll discover her “savvy,” her special supernatural power. Everyone in her family has one. Her grandfather can move mountains and her brother can create hurricanes.

Then her father gets in a car accident and ends up in the hospital. Mibs is sure that with her new savvy, she can save her father. So, she sneaks away from her birthday party and onto a salesman’s bus along with two of her brothers and two other kids. But the bus heads in the wrong direction and the adventure begins…

Larrabee says if he could choose his savvy, he’d want it to be telekinesis. What would yours be?

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