Book Love: Sophie Simon Solves Them All

How is your reading going so far? I’ve talked to a few of you and it sounds like you are reading up a storm. (Is that why it’s been so rainy lately?) Anyway, each Tuesday, I’ll post my page update here. And for this week? Well, I’ve finished just one book, SOPHIE SIMON SOLVES THEM ALL, which I posted about below. But don’t get too excited. I have two others that I’m almost done with. Maybe by next week. :-)

Let me know how many pages you are up to by writing a comment to this post. The directions on how to do that are in the brown on the bottom of the screen.

In the meantime, here’s what I’ve read:

Sophie Simon Solves Them AllSophie Simon Solves Them All by Lisa Graff

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Sophie can’t be bothered with things like friends. She’s got more important things to think about–like complicated math equations. Only for the kind of math she’s interested in, she needs a special graphing calculator: the Pembo Q-60, which costs $100. But when her classmates come to her hoping she can help solve their problems, Sophie just might find a way to get her calculator…and make a few friends along the way.

For fan of Lisa Graff (Umbrella Summer, The Thing About Georgie), mathletes, and any who feels like their loved ones just don’t quite “get” them.