Jack is getting ready to start a new school year at a new school, he wants to play football, but how can he do that and support his friend, Ellison's, library dreams?
The third in the Tree Street Kids Series, Jack and his family are finally starting to settle into their new home, but the start of the school year brings new challenges. I liked how this book does a great job of showing the difficulties of navigating the ins and outs of friendship, as well as racism in an age appropriate way.
Ellison's enthusiasm for reading is contagious, and I loved his passion for sharing his love of books with others, as well as exploring the lives of those who inspired him.
Overall, this was a great addition to this wholesome series about faith, and friendship. Jack had to learn about being considerate of his friend, and not just going for what he wanted for himself. I think that it will be fun to see what comes next!
I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.