Pip and Tomas's adventures continue in book three!From bestselling authors Maggie Stiefvater and Jackson Pearce comes the third installment in a series bursting with magical creatures, whimsical adventures, and quirky illustrations.Pip and Tomas have deal with magical creatures that burst into flames and runaway unicorns. Now they have to go under the sea to deal with a new group of magical SEA creatures that are very cute but also a load of trou...
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Reviews Pip Bartlett's Guide to Sea Monsters (Pip Bartlett, #3)
- The first two books in this series were so cute, this one didn’t quite make it in my opinion.
- Sadly a little disappointed in this installment. it felt short and like not enough backstory or emotional investment was happening. I feel like in the first 2 there was more interior monologue from pop and character development. also a human AND a magical creature mystery and helping. like they had that here with dr. grace and lady legs but also they didn't because it was so short and... huh, maybe it was different because it was harder to care a...
- This was so good! And funny here and there. It is one of the few series that actually have a good sequel and so on. . .that and Percy Jackson, and Fablehaven. I hope that whoever reads this will love it!!
- Cute 3-4-5th grade book, lots of illustrations about magical creatures and their care. I like how the magical creatures are part of the everyday life. The Spinnerseals calling Marshmellow!! Cute.
- At little less humorous than the others, but it's still filled with characters I really love as well as fun and interesting animals. I really like this series and would love for Pip to meet her favorite author some day.
- This is a delightful series, perfect for 8-12 year old kids.
- The third book takes Pip and Tomas along with Callie and Tomas's family to the sea shore for a vacation. They encounter new animals and save rare sea creature along the way.
- It just lacked a lot of the fun and creativity that originally made this series so magical and unique and was just bland.
- These are consistently cute and entertaining. They are probably below my older daughter’s reading level, but she’s still enthralled and my younger daughter loves them, too.
- Appropriate for: age 10+I really enjoyed this sequel It was so funny I laughed out loud, and it's hard for a book to do that. Pip is a strong character and a good role model for girls.