Hello my fellow little munchkins. How are you all doing? I am doing well. I am back for sure with all of my posting as I am pre-making like a 10000 posts today so YAY! I hope you enjoy this book review post. I am currently writing an essay for community college which is really fun (note the sarcasm). I shall be posting a couple book tags for a couple days. I am so sorry that I am posting this so late. You can check out my interview with the author HERE.
Anyways, why don’t we get ahead to the review.
Super sleuths will be thrilled to know that everyone’s favorite fourth-grade detective is back with a double dose of mystery adventure! As Maisy participates in a mystery weekend event for junior detectives, she uncovers a real case. Could a ghost be haunting Mystery Manor? Find out in the exciting third installment of The Maisy Files!
Review For All Three:
- First of all this is a self-published book which I am super duper happy about.
- This trilogy is also a middle grade series which I enjoyed.
- I loved how all of the characters had a flow to them, they had a plot, and they had internal and external battles.
- The setting of this book was amazing and the whole plot of all of these books flowed perfectly.
- The writing was also perfect for little children as it provided correct grammar and a story without making it to adult, yet there was some tiny key things that were in there that didn’t stray away from it being a middle grade book.
- The pacing of the story is one main thing that I would change to make it a little faster but besides that I really enjoyed this book trilogy.
- All-in-All I really enjoyed this book series but by now means it it my favorite.
I give all three book 4/5 stars.
You can find Maisy and the Mystery Manor on Goodreads
When a mysterious thief called The Black Boot takes credit for stealing the school’s mascots, Maisy Sawyer has a mystery to solve! Maisy is the best detective in fourth grade. No, she’s the best detective in the whole school, and rescuing the little mice is her new mission. Raising the stakes, The Black Boot has also taken Maisy’s famous lollipop collection and warns her to stop searching for the mice if she ever wants to see her lollipops again. Follow the clues as Maisy tries to discover the identity of The Black Boot in this first adorable installment. Dive into Maisy’s world of mysteries and lollipops today!
You can find Maisy and the Missing Mice on Goodreads
Maisy is back!
Lunch money has been stolen at West Valley Elementary, and everyone’s favorite fourth-grade detective in on the case. With a cherry lollipop in hand, her fedora, and her trusty notebook, Maisy steps into her black and white mystery world to search for clues. Join Maisy on her quest to unmask a thief in Maisy and the Money Marauder.
You can find Maisy and the Money Marauder on Goodreads
About the Author:
Elizabeth Woodrum has been a teacher for thirteen years. She came to love writing when she was in elementary school, but more recently began writing material for use in her classroom. From that writing, grew the desire to write books for the general population of children and adults alike. The Maisy Files, a children’s series, is the first series that she has published.
As a reader, Elizabeth prefers the fantasy genre, but she enjoys realistic fiction as well. Some of her favorite authors include JK Rowling, Rick Riordan, Veronica Roth, Suzanne Collins, and Nicholas Sparks.
Originally from Indiana, Elizabeth currently lives in Ohio with her two pets: a cat named Butterscotch and a dog named Reese Cup.