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The Lost Frost Girl


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“The Lost Frost Girl” by Amy Wilson book is about a girl named Owl who never met her father and doesn’t even know his name. 

Owl starts to find frost all over her body. She gets very confused and asked her mother who her father was and says she’s not leaving the room without an answer.

Owl’s mom answers with,“Jack, Jack Frost.”

Owl said she didn’t believe her, but secretly Owl did.

Owl discovers she has the same powers as her dad. She travels the magical world with Avery, The Earl of October’s son, and meets (of course) The Earl of October, The Queen of May, and even Mother Earth!

Owl fights to save her dad from being taken away, but he’s forced to live in his own world filled with ice and snow. Owl came to Jack’s world to convince him to come with her to fight for what he does best, making it snow.

You can read this fantastic book to find out what happens next! I really liked this book because I like reading magical, fiction books and stories that always have a twist.

It also includes interesting descriptions of what it looks like when the gods use their magic. Those are some of the reasons I love this book. I recommend this book for ages 8- up because it has some advanced and complicated words kids under the age of 8 might not understand well.  

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5 Responses to “The Lost Frost Girl”

  1. Vijay Singh on February 5th, 2018 1:32 pm

    I really liked your review! It gave a good description about the book itself with no spoilers, and you gave good reasons to have liked your book. Keep it up!

  2. Casey Morton on February 6th, 2018 1:29 pm

    Wow, this is a fantastic book review. I love adventure books. I am looking forward to reading ”The Lost Frost Girl”.

  3. Makensie Freeman on February 7th, 2018 7:35 pm

    This sounds like a good book. I want to read it.

  4. Sara Sierzega on February 8th, 2018 1:16 pm

    This book had a lot of surprises. I did not expect Owl’s father to be Jack Frost. Is this book part of a series? Great job Micaela!

  5. Brian Cole on March 8th, 2018 1:06 pm

    I am really impressed with the way you described the book.
    Keep up the good work! : )

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