Author Ingrid Law’s book, Savvy, has been chosen as the fall 2015 Reading Pays—Pass It On! title. Kids in Grades 3-6 can get a FREE copy of Savvy at any St. Louis Public Library location beginning September 15 (while supplies last).
In Savvy, Mibs Beaumont is turning thirteen and will soon learn what superpower—her “savvy”— she will receive. With one brother who causes hurricanes and another who creates electricity, it promises to be outrageous… and positively thrilling. Just before her big day, Poppa is in a terrible accident. Suddenly, Mibs’s dreams of x-ray vision disappear like a flash of her brother’s lightning. She sneaks a ride to the hospital on a rickety bus with her siblings and the preacher’s kids, but when the bus starts heading in the wrong direction, only one thing is certain: this bus trip will change their lives.
Law has written two other novels for young readers: Scumble (sequel) and the newly released companion novel, Switch.
If you’re in Grades 3-6, pick up your FREE copy of Savvy. Don’t forget that Reading Pays—Pass It On! When you finish reading the book, pass it along to a friend. Be sure to post comments about Savvy here!
Meet author Ingrid Law at Schlafly Branch Library on October 28th at 6:30 p.m. and have her sign your copy of Savvy!