Library Intern Book Reviews

Publisher

Random House

City

New York

Date of Publication

2019

ISBN

9781524717988

Date of Review

2020

Disciplines

Library and Information Science | Modern Literature

Keywords

Children's Literature, reviews, fantasy

Review

The Night Library follows a young boy as he regains his love for books he lost after his grandfather’s death. After his parents give him a book, magical lions take him to a night library to show the magic still present in stories. While the wording is small and at times hard to read, the story presents a strong theme of coping with loss through reading. Perfect for children learning the power of reading will become fascinated with the encaptured magic through the fun illustrations of talking lions, moving books, and magical libraries. Following this little boy in the magic library will pull at your heartstrings, making you smile once he gratefully accepts his library card. Recommended Sarah Trigg, Centennial Library Intern, Cedarville University.

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Review of <em>The Night Library</em> by David Zeltser

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