May Bird Wiki | FANDOM powered by WikiaOct 11, Minutes Middle Grade Buy. Oct 11, Minutes Middle Grade Hidden in the trees, May is a warrior princess, and her cat, Somber Kitty, is her brave guardian. Then May falls into the lake. When she crawls out, May finds herself in a world that most certainly does not feel like a fuzzy mitten. In fact, it is a place few living people have ever seen.
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I actually should have posted this a few weeks ago, when I first finished the series… but oh well, :. Little less than year ago, my mom had to finally make the decision to retire from her position as a 4th grade teacher. It was a hard one for her, as she wanted to last 1 final year, before retiring. I finally got around to reading them last month, my mom had put them aside for me when sorting out books to be donated to various places. In the first book, May Bird your stereotypical misfit finds herself sucked up into the Ever After, despite being very much alive. In the second book, May Bird and her companions finally reach North Farm, but they are pursued by an evil black fuzzy kitty, who just so happens to be considered one of the most dangerous Dark Spirits to ever exist.
So, yes. This should happen!! Just me? Originally posted by hilariousgifs. I have the first two books and I finally got around to getting and finishing the third.
Thank you! The Wizard of Oz meets Beetlejuice in this tale of a ten-year-old loner who starts seeing ghosts, and then receives a plea for help that leads her into the Afterlife itself. But there are nightmarish monsters too, from ghouls eager to eat your guts to the horrible, genial Bogey Man—all led by shadowy Evil Bo Cleevil, a Dark Spirit out to conquer the entire planet. Narrowly evading all manner of ugly fates, May Bird picks up some unusual companions and escapes the clutches of the Bogey Man by leaping aboard a train bound for her mysterious summoner. Rare fun. There was a problem adding your email address. Please try again.
By the way, I totally recommend the May Bird books. I would give my life to see a movie adaption. Because the best trilogy ever seriously needs a movie. I have the first two books and I finally got around to getting and finishing the third. I liked it; it was very interesting and I frickin love this series since I got the first book in 4th grade.