Sunday, March 18, 2012

Marvelous Middle-Grade Monday

Welcome to MMGM at A Monster Ate My Book Report!  This meme was started by our friend, Ms. Shannon.  You should visit her blog to check out all the other blogs participating in this meme.  We are Middle- Graders, so this is really fun for us.

Marsh's MMGM pick for this week is 
The Sea Wolves (The Secret Journeys of Jack London #2)
Written by Christopher Golden and Tim Lebbon
Illustrated by Greg Ruth

     The Secret Journeys of Jack London:  The Sea Wolves is my MMGM pick for this week.   This book made me feel excited and full of adrenaline.  It made me feel that way because Jack London is on a ship full of sea wolves (violent creatures that are kind of like werewolves) and he is desperately trying to get off.
     I really like how courageous Jack is and how he keeps on trying to get off the ship.  He always has a sense of justice, and that is another thing I admire him for.
     I thought this was a great book.  I also think that, because it it so action packed and so full of monsters, most fans of the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series would like tis book.

 Click here to visit Christopher Golden's website:

     By the way Jack London is actually, in real life, was the author of many famous books, like White Fang.  I read it with my class in second grade.  I think you should also check it out.


  1. I hadn't heard of this series. Thanks for sharing it.

  2. These are really great! I remember reading White Fang to my boys and they loved it. Jack London is an incredible writer and I always felt like I was right there in the woods. BTW your blog rocks. I have added it to my MMGM sidebar. Go Marshall and Emeline!

    1. I am so glad that you liked my MMGM review this week. I enjoyed all of your comments and I am so glad that you have taken time out of your day to comment. I agree that you should read this book and I agree that it is great, for you two that have read it. Thank you for adding our link to your blog. I really appreciate it. Thank you all for leaving a comment and following our blog. All of us monsters enjoy it.
      Thanks again,

  3. I've read some Jack London, but not this series about him. You make it sound really exciting, though. Nice job, Marsh!

    And I'm impressed that you read WHITE FANG in second grade!

  4. I'm going to check it out only because Jack London the author was one of my favorite authors while growing up. :)