Waiting on Wednesday ~ A Friendly Town That’s Almost Always by the Ocean!

Waiting on Wednesday ~ A Friendly Town That’s Almost Always by the Ocean!

Evening everyone,

Happy Yay-it-is-the-middle-of-the-week aka Humpday! Welcome to a new Waiting on Wednesday. This time a book that just got its paperback release, and a book that may seem familiar to my readers.

The book I am featuring today, and a book I just bought on Amazon, is the first book in the Secrets of Topsea series. I fell in love with this series after featuring the second book on my blog last week. It sounds like a series that would be my cup of tea. Featuring a mysterious (and apparently weird) coastal town with bottomless coves, normal tides but also vanishing tides, and apparently rubber duckies are dangerous. I also love the illustrations, they look so fun.

I can wait to follow Davy as he gets used to this town, makes friends.

Oh, and from reading the blurb it seems we also get newspaper articles, surveys, notifications, and other fun things that I always love when an author adds those to the story. It just gives that little bit of extra that often makes a book even more fun and interesting to read.

Welcome to Topsea, the strangest place you’ll ever visit. In this town, the coves are bottomless and the pier has no end in sight. There’s a high tide and a low tide… and a vanishing tide. Dogs are a myth, but mermaids are totally real. And seaweed is the main ingredient in every meal-watch out, it might just start chewing you back!

New kid Davy definitely thinks Topsea is strange. His mom keeps saying they’ll get used to life in their new town-it’s just the way things are on the coast! But after his first day at Topsea School, Davy finds himself wondering: Why is his locker all the way at the bottom of the school swimming pool? Why can’t anyone remember his name? (It’s Davy!) And why does everyone act like all of this is normal?

Through newspaper articles, stories, surveys, notifications, and more, follow Davy and the rest of Ms. Grimalkin’s fifth grade class through the weird world of Topsea. (Whatever you do, don’t make eye contact with the rubber ducks.)

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