May Bird and The Ever After

May Bird and The Ever After

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Lonely and shy, ten-year-old May Ellen Bird has no idea what awaits her when she falls into the lake and enters The Ever After, home of ghosts and the Bogeyman.
Publisher: New York : Atheneum Books for Young Readers, [2005]
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2005
Branch Call Number: J FICTION ANDER...J
Characteristics: 317 pages illustrations, map ; 22 cm

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Birdcat
Mar 30, 2012

I actually found this a bit boring, but it was well-written as well as very original. I tried to get my mom to let me read this when I was seven years old, she said no, I tried again when I was nine, she said no again, and I tried yet again when I was thirteen and she finally said yes. After reading this book I honestly don't know what she was afraid of, and I think the only reason I found it boring was because I'm older now and I don't find it as interesting as I would've found it when I was ten or eleven years old.

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Beth86
May 28, 2010

I enjoyed reading this book. It was a simple read, but fun. Kids who like their books on the scary and odd side would like this.

ioanadragalin Sep 20, 2008

This was a very interesting book to read. It shows how some people are brave and courageous enough to suck it up and help other people even when they themselves are in danger. A very touching book, and very enjoyably, though slightly dark at times.

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Sparrow99
Aug 17, 2008

This book shows how some kids are lonely but when they have people supporting them they can do whatever they want to. With a touch of horror and hilarity this book is definatly one that you should read.

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Hollywood206
Jun 16, 2012

Hollywood206 thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

ioanadragalin Sep 20, 2008

ioanadragalin thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over

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ioanadragalin Sep 20, 2008

A ten year old girl named May Ellen Bird falls into the lake while exploring the woods behind her house and wakes up in the Ever After; a place where all who die go to live. Live people are forbidden to live here and any found will be disintegrated by the Boogie Man. May Bird must find a way to save all of the Ever After while simultaneously find a way home to her mother who is sick with worry.

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