May Bird: And the Ever After By: Jodi Lynn Anderson Reviewed by: Reagan Anderson Genre: Science Fiction
Filled with Adventure <ul><li>The story is about a 10 year old girl named May who winds up in the Ever After. And is trying to escape or be destroyed by the Bogey or Evil Bo Cleevil. </li></ul>
Beginning <ul><li>May usually goes to the woods to comfort her from the taunts and teases of her classmates and anyone who doesn't understand her. </li></ul>
Problem <ul><li>May fell into the pond and found herself in a strange place called the Ever After. She is trying to go back home and avoid the Bogey who is after her. </li></ul>
Ending <ul><li>She meets some new friends. A house ghost named Pumpkin, An Italian pilot named Fabbio who doesn’t know where he's going, and a little girl named Beatrice who finding her mother are helping May go back home on the train before Bo Cleevil or the Bogey destroy her. </li></ul>
Comparison <ul><li>I could compare May to Harry Potter because this book is filled with magical creatures. </li></ul>
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