Juniper creates a whirlwind of contention when she innocently shares her fortune telling hobby with the kids in her class. One mother's displeasure at the idea of fortune telling at school has neighbors taking sides, with the school board having to
Presents the idea of book banning and censorship in a believable story. This book could lead to an interesting discussion.
I really liked the book and its premise. I like the fact that they talked about book banning and why it is wrong.
One of my favorites in this series. I love the fact that the author uses present-day situations regarding book banning and specifically refers to Harry Potter as one book that has got a lot of people upset. The librarian is a wonderful sub-character in this book and probably serves as Enderle’s own voice of reason.
decide whether or not to expel Juniper. This is the seventh book in the Fortune Tellers Club series.
This book touches on book banning, censorship, the First Amendment, integrity, popularity, and hypocrisy, all great topics of discussion for junior high and middle school kids.
10 and Up
8 to 12
read by an 11-year-old
Buy. Good discussion about how sometimes doing the right thing may not always be popular.