The Silver Spoon of Solomon Snow Review ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook

Kaye Umansky ¾ 0 Review

This over the top parody of Oliver Twist type adventures is a good giggle KIRKUS REVIEWS Now with a dynamic new I enjoyed this book and look forward to reading anything else she writes in this series There's a uote from the author on the back cover A while ago I went on a 'reread Charles Dickens' binge Inspired I cried 'I can do that' I couldn't What came out was Solomon SnowI loved the hints of Charles Dickens that showed up in Solomon Snow in the way she titles her chapters names of minor characters Lazarus PinchpennyIrma Spindletrap Arnold ScubbinsNot that you should pick this book up and expect to find Dickens I just happen to be a fan of his; so I couldn't help finding similarities Her writing style is very nicely uncomplicated; it doesn't take itself too seriously There were definitely Nichoals Nickleby references; also Oliver Twist and The Old Curiosity Shoppe possibly that I didn't pick up onSomeday I hope my children will be reading Dickens Solomon Snow will be a good stepping stone along the way Kaye Umansky's writing just might make his books feel familiar The Deception of the Emerald Ring (Pink Carnation, very nicely uncomplicated; it doesn't take itself too seriously There were definitely Nichoals Nickleby references; also Oliver Twist and The Old Curiosity Shoppe possibly that I didn't pick up onSomeday I hope my children will be reading Dickens Solomon Snow will be a good stepping stone along the way Kaye Umansky's writing just might make his books feel familiar

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The Silver Spoon of Solomon Snow

Digy as they set out in search of Solly’s rightful inheritance despite some woeful misadventures along the way Contains spoilersThis book was cute I love stories where you come across all sorts of characters and this book definitely fit the bill It was deep enough for the intended age range and mischievous enough to keep your attention I did feel that the ending was pointless or that the author chose to end the book this way just to be different Apparently it is a series but this book was enough for me

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Cover Prepare dear reader for the tale of Solomon Snow his bossy friend Prudence and the insufferable Infant Pro This book wasn't much of a thriller or all that suspenseful It was pretty bland overall in climaxes and challenges because I predicted the ending correctly The book might've not had any unseen events that destroy progress for the main characters but it was an overall fun and detailed journey It even had nods to the spoon and why it couldn't have been Solly's because Solly's was a silver spoon with VIP and the perfect parents said something about the initials of their son's spoon or how their baby was stolen and not lost


10 thoughts on “The Silver Spoon of Solomon Snow

  1. says:

    I half read and half listened to this via text to speak in Moon Reader At some point I fell asleep to the tts and had weird dreams about trying to escape a kidnapping and looking for a silver spoon except I kept getting kidnapped over and over again I was looking for something mind numbing funny and cute It delivered It had the usual Kay Umansky sarcastic humor My favourite character was Isabella Prodigy obviously she is such a little upstart Kids will love it methinks


  2. says:

    I enjoyed this book and look forward to reading anything else she writes in this series There's a uote from the author on the back cover A while ago I went on a 'reread Charles Dickens' binge Inspired I cried 'I can do that' I couldn't What came out was Solomon SnowI loved the hints of Charles Dickens that showed up in Solomon Snow in the way she titles her chapters names of minor characters Lazarus PinchpennyIrma Spindletrap Arnold ScubbinsNot that you should pick this book up and expect to find Dickens I just happen to be a fan of his; so I couldn't help finding similarities Her writing style is very nicely uncomplicated; it doesn't take itself too seriously There were definitely Nichoals Nickleby references; also Oliver Twist and The Old Curiosity Shoppe possibly that I didn't pick up onSomeday I hope my children will be reading Dickens Solomon Snow will be a good stepping stone along the way Kaye Umansky's writing just might make his books feel familiar


  3. says:

    This is a great children's book full of adventure with lots of twists and turns I am glad to have discovered this author as she seems to have many many books and there is a follow up to this one with the same character She is from England and seems to be well recognized for her work I think the author did a wonderful job painting the characters in the story to the point As I read I kept want to learn about them and follow them in their adventuresThe story follows Solomon Snow who discovers he is a foundling He goes out in search of his silver spoon which he hopes will enable him to find his real parents He of course doesn't have any money but along the way he befriends two girls with very uniue personalities Prudence Pridy a 12 year old who is writing a story and wants to be a writer Rosabella a 5 year old girl who runs away from the circus and can be extremely annoying Along the way they get kidnapped become orphans in an orphanage and finally discover Solomon's supposedly real parents But the end has a twist that I will not share as it is uite unexpected I listened to the audio version of the book and think it was OK I would suggest to read the actual book instead because it would make a good reading exercise for younger readers as there are a few tong twisters and the story is written in English pseudo Charles Dickens era


  4. says:

    Really cute book


  5. says:

    Umansky Kaye The Silver Spoon of Solomon Snow 304 p Candlewick One fateful day Solomon Snow discovers that he truly is a foundling left in the snow with only a napkin and a silver spoon as the keys to his origins Along with Prudence a girl too smart for the village he ventures to Town in search of spoon which his stepfather pawned than a year earlier Along the way they acuire a little girl a rabbit and chimney sweep – all of whom are key to solving the mystery Written after the author was inspired by Dickens the parody of old Victorian novels I know adults would appreciate the book but I am not so sure about children EL OPTIONAL


  6. says:

    This book wasn't much of a thriller or all that suspenseful It was pretty bland overall in climaxes and challenges because I predicted the ending correctly The book might've not had any unseen events that destroy progress for the main characters but it was an overall fun and detailed journey It even had nods to the spoon and why it couldn't have been Solly's because Solly's was a silver spoon with VIP and the perfect parents said something about the initials of their son's spoon or how their baby was stolen and not lost


  7. says:

    Contains spoilersThis book was cute I love stories where you come across all sorts of characters and this book definitely fit the bill It was deep enough for the intended age range and mischievous enough to keep your attention I did feel that the ending was pointless or that the author chose to end the book this way just to be different Apparently it is a series but this book was enough for me


  8. says:

    I uite enjoyed this book The characters were amusing and the story well told I found the perfect parent interludes rather boring but I understood their purpose The rest of the story moved along uickly with enough twists and turns to make it interesting and a lively sense of humor throughout


  9. says:

    An ok middle grade adventure


  10. says:

    Skimmed it Got it from the Di I was dissappointed by the ending My uestions were unanswered


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