It’s official. Summer is here. I know. I know, it’s been here for a week, and weather wise, a bit longer, but today was the last day of school in NYC and so now I can say it: its summer. And with onset of summer come thoughts and memories of camp. So, when I recalled that I’d never reviewed Brain Camp, I thought, that’s the best way to start my summer vacation!
Once you know something, things can never go back to what they were like before. That’s how it is for Rue. She’s always known that she sees things differently, but she never knew why. But now she knows that her mother is a fairy. That her father won her mother from Rue’s grandfather. He won her on one condition, that he remains faithful.
A few months ago, Snow and I discovered that we were each planning to review different titles in the Max Axiom Series. After some back and forth, we realized that we should probably team up and review the series together. Especially, since we’d both be bringing different perspectives to the review. Snow’s background is in public libraries and my background is in school libraries. While a library is a library, our mission does slightly differ.
Max axiom is a scientist who acquired some interesting super powers from a freak accident. He now uses those powers to help explain scientific ideas to a young audience. By shrinking down to size Max gives readers a view of science like students may have never seen before.