Neversink, by Barry Wolverton

17 Jul

Do you know what kind of animal this is?

I certainly hope you didn’t say that it is a PENGUIN because it is a PUFFIN! 🙂

The hero of Neversink is a puffin named Lockley. If you are thinking that this puffin doesn’t look very heroic, you’d be correct. Most puffins in Neversink are quiet, go-with-the-flow type birds, even when they are threatened by the owls from a neighboring island. Lockley, though, is different. He even wants to soar, and his two best friends are a walrus and a hummingbird!

Can Lockley save the puffins’ home? Can he protect his wife, Lucy, and their egg? Can he be the hero Neversink needs?

This is the perfect summer read because it takes place near the Arctic Circle, where it’s very cold. If you are looking for a frosty, snowy treat, this is the perfect Book Snack for YOU!


5 Responses to “Neversink, by Barry Wolverton”

  1. Jordyn B. September 16, 2012 at 3:52 pm #

    I just finished reading this book and I loved it! I love to read fantasy and this book was really fun to read 🙂

  2. kyle s September 21, 2012 at 10:12 am #

    i just read okay for now by lincoln hoppe it is a great book it is a great book:)

    • Ms. Davis October 14, 2012 at 9:10 am #

      Hi Kyle! I’m so glad you liked it! It is one of my favorite books! Thanks for stopping by BookSnacks! How is the junior high so far? 🙂

      Just so you know, the author is actually Gary Schmidt – Lincoln Hoppe reads the audiobook version. 🙂

      • Christalline S. June 21, 2013 at 8:43 am #

        I read the introduction of this book and i already like it. The puffin is brave. I think the puffin products it’s family

      • Mrs. Gersztoff June 23, 2013 at 4:06 pm #

        Hi Christalline! I am so glad you already are enjoying Neversink – it gets even better! Let us know what you think as you read a little more! 🙂

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