Ms. Mulligan and the Enchanted Ice Cream Review & Giveaway

I’m thrilled to present my first guest review on the blog.  When presented with the opportunity to review this middle grade novel, my first thought went to my daughter, a 9-year-old fourth grader. She loves to read (almost as much as me) and this book sounded right up her alley.  She’s constantly asking to join a book club or start one, so I knew a book review would be a great place to start.

By Madeleine:

This book is about 11-year-old Tabby Easterland who wakes up on her 12th birthday and discovers she turned into a 25-year-old, Ms. Mulligan!  This book genre is magical realism.

My favorite character in this book is Mrs. Bumble who somehow knows about what is happening to Tabby.  Tabby also has two best friends, Kat and Dolly.  Also in the story, Tabby, aka Ms. Mulligan, turns into an English teacher.

I think you would like this book if you like magical books and books with a lot of situations going on at once.

I also like that if magic like that existed, the author made it sound realistic.

Before I end this review, I would also like to say that in this book there are 41 chapters which sounds long but actually each chapter is only a couple pages.  The book can read quick.

Our thanks to the author for the review copy.  Be sure to follow the tour for more reviews and chances to win!

About the author: Tiffany Elaine grew up writing stories for her friends to read chapter-by-chapter instead of doing homework. She brought her love of words to a career in business and entertainment writing, but fiction remains her first love. Tiffany lives in North Carolina with her family. Ms. Mulligan and the Enchanted Ice Cream is her first novel. She’s currently working on the next novel in the series, Ms. Mulligan and the Council of Butterflies. Learn more at www.msmulligan.com.

Thanks to TLC Blog Tours, we have one copy to give away to a lucky reader.  U.S. and Canada only, please.  Enter on the Rafflecopter.
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4 thoughts on “Ms. Mulligan and the Enchanted Ice Cream Review & Giveaway

  1. Dianna says:

    I’m a middle school teacher, so always on the lookout for books my students would enjoy. This one sounds fun! Maniac Magee by Jerry Spinelli is an old favorite.

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