We Are All Made of Molecules by Susan Neilsen

April 7, 2015

There are a plethora of reasons to read this book. For one, it is better than CHoCoLaTe, which you probably already know to be Carbon, Holmium, Cobalt, Lanthanium and Tellurium. That is my favourite combination of elements...

Here is a gentle family comedy, alternately narrated by Stewart, a slightly geeky boy, particular about symmetry, maths, statistics... You get the picture? (Or maybe graph, diagram or pie chart.) His new stepsister describes him as a 'tragic'. Ashley, on the other hand, is the alpha girl in her high school, manipulating her position at the top of the social ladder. Her new stepbrother describes her as 'not shallow, but surfacey'.

Thrown unwillingly together and having to learn again what a family is or can be, Ashley and Stewart must learn to get along, but not without learning some more painfully funny life lessons along the way.

Please reload

 Featured Posts 

The Strangeworlds Travel Agency by L. D. Lapinski

May 2, 2020

Please reload

Please reload

The Alligator's Mouth

2a Church Court, Richmond TW9 1JL

Email: info@thealligatorsmouth.co.uk Tel: 020 8948 6775

© 2020 by The Alligator's Mouth. Proudly created with Wix.com