January 22, 2014

Grave Images Book Review

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Grave Images (for ages 8-12) by Jenny Goebel 

Bernie is a budding artist who is spending her summer working at her family’s home-run Monument Company. Her dad carves headstones for graves. Bernie doesn’t have many friends – there isn’t much room to play in a backyard full of granite – but she is preoccupied with discovering the truth about a new mystery man named Mr. Stein who is working for her father.graveimages

Abbot Stein appeared out of nowhere one day with a granite carving of a woman so life-like it took Bernie’s breath away. Her father hired Mr. Stein on the spot to do engravings for the headstones. Bernie can’t figure out how Mr. Stein captures the essence of the deceased with only a chisel and a hammer, but she is determined to find out. So she spies on him.

Through her spying, Bernie finds out something fishy about Mr. Stein. He is carving portraits of people right before they die! This could only mean one of two things: 1) Mr. Stein is foretelling death, or 2) he is causing death in Stratwood! How else could he know the people were going to die?

Is someone Bernie cares about going to be the next victim? Read this spooky tale for ages 8-12 to find out! Chapter 1 Sneak Peek

—Elysse, STACKS Writer

  1. katherine s

    I think that the book grave images is a good book because this book is from my favorite writer JENNY, GOEBEL and because this book is about a horror story and like all the student like me , want to read this book. : ]

  2. destiny d.

    i really want to see the movie that is called the lego movie do you. Because i think that it is funny and cool i really want to see it so badly.??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

  3. Anonymous

    remember in lego movie the guy said,’introducing the double deker couch so everybody can watch tv and be buddies

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