Book Review: The Sandman and the War of Dreams by William Joyce

Sandman and the war of dreams

And after this book, i have one more review, and then I’m OFFICIALLY caught up. Can you tell I’m a little happy about that fact? 🙂

#51 – The Sandman and the War of Dreams – The Guardians, Book 4 by William Joyce

Genre: Fantasy/Children’s

Page Numbers: 222 pages

Dates Read: 10/13/14 – 10/14/14

Plot in three lines or less: Sandman picks up where Toothiana left off. Katherine has been kidnapped by  Pitch, and the Guardians need the Man in the Moon and The Sandman’s help to get her back. But who is this Mother Nature and what could she want?

New read or re-read? New read.

Would you read it again? Would you recommend it to others?  I wasn’t actually too interested in getting this series, because I remember not enjoying books 2 and 3 in this series as much as I did the first. But then I read this one, and I actually found it very enjoyable. Anyone not willing to read children’s books, however, would probably not enjoy it very much. As it is, this book and the entire series are very good books for children ages 7-12.

Why did I pick it up? It was actually a book I borrowed from the library. I had to go to the library earlier in the month to renew my cards and pay a small fine. Every time I go into the library, I feel bad if I don’t at least take a book or two out. So of course, I went on a search for some children’s literature that I could read quickly, so I didn’t feel too guilty. 😉

Rating: 4/5

Other Notes: Seriously, this is probably the best one of the series thus far. It would make an excellent series to read out loud with your kids. 🙂

Grand Total: 108

 

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