Wilma Tenderfoot: The Case of the Frozen Hearts

Wilma Tenderfoot: The Case of the Frozen Hearts

by Emma Kennedy, Brandon Dorman
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Wilma Tenderfoot: The Case of the Frozen Hearts 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Please write more stories. Great for all ages!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome! Full of twists,turns and murder. Did not see the ending coming!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Made you look
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This bbook was amazing.the plot,the scenes everything was so realistic except for the frozen hearts.it is not a good book for kids under 11 because there is much death before the half of the book.pickle is a loving character who is so hysterical while wilma is trying to become theodores apprentice.the flat blubby master of wilma is hilarious but also slightly gross.what i mean is the part where she tells wilma to fetch her spiders leg is utterly disgusting.it just needed a ting of humor but not that muchof humor.other than that this book has everything.from wilma being an orphanaged child trying to find her parents to the part where she is appointed apprenntice everything is so perfect and this book has everything needed to make a great book.this book has a mystery in which how te strange murder is released.u actually need to read the book twice to get the point.awesome.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this book SO much!!!!! And have read it a million times and can't wait to read the next 2 books
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It is funny although it has some scary parts in the story like killing and just plain old scary,it is a funny book
Zeusie72 More than 1 year ago
I think that this book was way to silly for the age group it was wrote for. It repeated itself way to many times. The idea was cute and it could have been a good book but in trying to be cute and diffrent it became silly and obnoxious. I mean how many times do you need to tell the reader that wilma is from the Lowside Institute for Woeful Children in the first chapter. Well Emma Kennedy felt like five. I wanted to well I did say out loud we get where Wilma is from and this was like the three time she felt compelled to tell me. Imagine by the fifth time. To me it feels like she is talking down to the reader. The Author in one area writes for very young kids younger than I think the book recommends, then she uses words like circuitous. Really?!? I mean when I was young I looked words up or ask my mom but the Author needs some help from the Editor.