🔥Stop, Drop, and Roll! This Book is Fire!🔥

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is the perfect book for you. As you begin to read this book you are immediately drawn into the main character a young boy named Jacob, whose grandfather was a holocaust survivor. When his grandfather mysteriously dies, Jake goes out to find the mysteries of his grandfather’s past at Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. When he makes it there he realizes that everyone there has mysterious powers.

Now, why would I want to read this I can hear you saying. Well, have you ever watched the Umbrella Academy? Both of these things include a couple of things in common. They both have children with superpowers and both are highly morbid and dreary. Although they are both a little scary they keep you watching and/or reading as you continue the series/book. Next, have you ever felt like you didn’t belong? Like you were different from everyone else around you? This book feeds into that. Taking the idea that Jacob didn’t belong where he was and instead of him feeling bad he feels powerful at the discovery that he is peculiar. Finally, do you hate Nazis? Actually, I really hope you hate Nazis. If you hate Nazis then this book is also really good for you because not only are you in good company but within this book is a group of people who hate Nazis as well. Every day at the end of the day a Nazi bomb comes flying in to destroy the school but the day gets reset foiling the Nazis’ plan and we love foiling Nazi plans.

So if you’re walking along the library grounds, searching through the book stacks for one book, a peculiar book that has exceptional qualities just like you, you should pick up Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children because you hate Nazis and that influences every choice you make in life.

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