A Week without Tuesday

A Week without Tuesday Review

Something is broken in the land of story. Real and imaginary worlds are colliding — putting everything and everyone in grave peril. Tuesday and Baxterr, at the request of the Librarian, and with the help of Vivienne Small, venture to find the Gardener — the one person who can stop this catastrophe. On their way, they'll meet friends and foes, and discover strengths they didn't know they had. Will they be able to save the land of story?

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Title:A Week without Tuesday
Edition Language:English

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    A Week without Tuesday Reviews

  • Dale Harcombe

    I loved Finding Serendipity, the first book featuring Tuesday McGillycuddy. But I adored A Week Without Tuesday. It is fun, imaginative, and with an excellent story and characters. Vivienne Small, a c...

  • Sam

    Huge thank you to Raincoast for this ARC!I adored Finding Serendipity. I realize books about girls and their dogs aren't getting the greatest wrap right now, but I'm a complete and utter sucker for th...

  • Claire

    This is the best series. So well written and so compelling. Just amazing.This book just makes me happy. Tuesday is delightful and Baxterr is amazing. Vivienne Small is a great character as well; very ...

  • Wordsmith

    If you enjoyed "Finding Serendipity" then you are in for a treat with the sequel. From the very first sentence it's funny and full of adventure. Baxterr the best dog in the world(s) returns with Tuesd...

  • Rick Stuckwisch

    This is proving to be a surprisingly good series. It's aimed at gradeschool or middle school readers, I suppose, but it's not silly or simplistic. In many ways, it works as an extended metaphor for th...

  • Alexa

    What a delightful sequel to Finding Serendipity! I'm impressed, yet again, by the creativity and thoughtfulness that went into the execution of this story. It's fun and it's smart and it's so easy to ...

  • Anya

    Another delightful adventure! I love the world that Banks came up with and the illustrations really bring it to life. There's a fair amount of danger and death for a middle grade, but the plot is real...

  • Penelope  ~Conversations with my cat~

    Such a cute book! I really like this series....

  • Alice

    this was very interesting and at some points i found it hard to understandbutt cewl ...

  • Jamie

    I loved the first book in this trilogy, with the charmingly imaginative Tuesday McGillycuddy and her adorable family (including her unusual "doggo," Baxterr). The first book brings the creative proces...