Gabby Duran and the Unsittables by Elise Allen and Daryle Connors

Gabby Duran and the Unsittables  by Elise Allen and Daryle Connors

This book reminds of the transition between the Rococo and Neoclassical art movements. It was Rococo because it was fluffy and fun to read with silly aliens, while it was neoclassical because it had a moral message and predictable plot line. It was a good book that was a fast read. It also had some pretty funny moments. Gabby Duran is a great babysitter, movie stars will fly her to the ends of the earth just so she can babysit their children for the day. She has a way with children that makes no child “unsittable”. But, when A.L.I.E.N contacts her about a new gig babysitting what has until now been deemed unsittable, Gabby is up to the challenge. The hardest part will be keeping it a secret. This book has a great message about acceptance, there are a couple of wanting to throw it at a wall moments when Gabby has to keep a secret, but I liked Gabby’s decisions and it is a fun read. I would recommend this to anyone who likes aliens, science fiction or Welfy Q. Deederhoth: Meat Purveyor, World Savior by Eric Laster. I gave this book four stars because it was funny and good, the only thing that kept it from five stars was the fact that it was too young for me and very predictable (but that did not take away from the story).


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