The Boy from Tomorrow

The Boy from Tomorrow

Josie and Alec both live at 444 Sparrow Street. They sleep in the same room, but they?ve never laid eyes on each other. They are twelve years old but a hundred years apart. The children meet through a handpainted spirit board?Josie in 1915, Alec in 2015?and form a friendship across the century that separates them. But a chain of events leave Josie and her little sister Cass Josie and Alec both live at 444 Sparrow Street. They sleep in the same room, but they?ve never laid eyes on e...

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Title:The Boy from Tomorrow
Author:Camille DeAngelis
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Genres:Childrens
ISBN:1944995617
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:268 pages pages

The Boy from Tomorrow Reviews

  • Sam Musher
    Jul 23, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

    The Boy from Tomorrow is a well-told, solid story and the true strength here lies in the characters. In the past, Josie and her little sister Cassie were simply charming, I wanted Emily to be my tutor, and the girls' mother is a powerful force. In the present, Alec was the star and his...

    Camille DeAngelis? The Boy from Tomorrow is a tale of two children living at 444 Sparrow Street in the fictional town of Edwardstown in the Adirondacks exactly one century apart. Twelve-year-old Alec Frost?s fragile mother is still reeling from her husband?s leaving her for a you...

    When I hear "time travel" I always think, instinctively, of future technologies, bright lights, and the cheesey fog machines of 1980s sci-fi films. I do not, however, often think of talking boards. I GREATLY enjoyed this book. I've never been much of a fan of science fiction or tim...

    This is not so much a time-travel book, thought it is, and it isn't so much historical fiction, though it is. It is a different take on the usual way of doing time travel or historical fiction. Alec corresponds with a girl who lived in his house a hundred years ago, first through a ...

    Title: The Boy from Tomorrow Author: Camille DeAngelis Rating: 3.8/5 stars I received a copy of this novel from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This is a spoiler free review. Warning: child abuse, use of outdated terms for people of Asian decent Summary: W...

    A fantastic story about a friendship that spans the ages. Well-paced and crafted, this is a great book for readers who enjoyed Leila Sales's ONCE WAS A TIME or Ronald L. Smith's THE MESMERIST. Highly recommend! ...

    I loved this little Middle-Grade book, it was so amazing! I look forward to reading more books from this author, this book made me laugh and cry. ...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley. When I started reading this, I was just hoping to get a fun middle grade book about two kids being friends despite them being 100 years apart from each other. I didn't expect my heart to ache every other page. Both main characters are...

    Full review on my blog, My Bookish Dream 3.5 out of 5 stars This was simply a heartwarming and charming story. That is the first thing that comes to my mind when I think about this book. There is just something wonderful about the friendship formed between a boy and a girl from...

    I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Currently, if asked to describe this book, my eyes would just sort of roll back in my head and I would go ?ugh this book!? and ...

    Going into The Boy From Tomorrow, I expected a cute, lighthearted romp through time. What I got was so much more. Heavy topics like abuse and death frequent these pages, providing a balance to the wonder and whimsy of the magical/fantastical elements. Getting to know Josie, Cass, and A...

    This was a really excellent story. It started a little slower than I wanted, but picked up fairly quickly and I'm so glad I stuck with it, because it was lovely! What lonely little kid hasn't imagined they might one day stumble upon a friend, someone who would understand them and help ...

    The Boy From Tomorrow by Camille DeAngelis is a children's adventure book aimed at ages 8-11 years. I am considerably older and I really enjoyed the tale. The story unites two children one hundred years apart, who live in the same house. Their bond, formed through curiosity and loneli...

    E ARC from Netgalley.com When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street after his parents' divorce, his expectations are pretty low. He does manage to make some new friends quickly, and finds a cool Ouija type board stuck in a cupboard. When he and his friends get messages that make some s...

    Josie lives in 1915. Her mother, twice widowed, is a medium, and she is not kind to Josie and her little sister Cassie. Alec lives in 2015. He and his mother, in the midst of a divorce, have just moved to the house that Josie lived in. He's navigating a new neighborhood and a new n...

    Do you remember those books you read as a kid that transported you? Those quiet but all consuming books that you just wanted to live in forever? THE PHANTOM TOLLBOOTH. WISE CHILD. BRIDGE TO TERABITHYA. JULIE OF THE WOLVES. Here's another one to add to that list. Camille DeAngelis's MG ...

    Imagine making a new friend who lives in the same house as you, but is a hundred years away from you. This is the plot of this book. In 2015, Alec Frost, 12 years old, moves into a old house, and while exploring it, discovers a ouija board. He starts using it and who answers him? J...

    I couldn't put this down! I never read while walking, but I read the last chapter walking home from the subway. It's not an easy thing to maintain suspense in a time travel story in which the present-day character could theoretically look up everything about the historical character's ...

  • Leah
    May 15, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

    The Boy from Tomorrow is a well-told, solid story and the true strength here lies in the characters. In the past, Josie and her little sister Cassie were simply charming, I wanted Emily to be my tutor, and the girls' mother is a powerful force. In the present, Alec was the star and his...

    Camille DeAngelis? The Boy from Tomorrow is a tale of two children living at 444 Sparrow Street in the fictional town of Edwardstown in the Adirondacks exactly one century apart. Twelve-year-old Alec Frost?s fragile mother is still reeling from her husband?s leaving her for a you...

    When I hear "time travel" I always think, instinctively, of future technologies, bright lights, and the cheesey fog machines of 1980s sci-fi films. I do not, however, often think of talking boards. I GREATLY enjoyed this book. I've never been much of a fan of science fiction or tim...

    This is not so much a time-travel book, thought it is, and it isn't so much historical fiction, though it is. It is a different take on the usual way of doing time travel or historical fiction. Alec corresponds with a girl who lived in his house a hundred years ago, first through a ...

    Title: The Boy from Tomorrow Author: Camille DeAngelis Rating: 3.8/5 stars I received a copy of this novel from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This is a spoiler free review. Warning: child abuse, use of outdated terms for people of Asian decent Summary: W...

    A fantastic story about a friendship that spans the ages. Well-paced and crafted, this is a great book for readers who enjoyed Leila Sales's ONCE WAS A TIME or Ronald L. Smith's THE MESMERIST. Highly recommend! ...

    I loved this little Middle-Grade book, it was so amazing! I look forward to reading more books from this author, this book made me laugh and cry. ...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley. When I started reading this, I was just hoping to get a fun middle grade book about two kids being friends despite them being 100 years apart from each other. I didn't expect my heart to ache every other page. Both main characters are...

    Full review on my blog, My Bookish Dream 3.5 out of 5 stars This was simply a heartwarming and charming story. That is the first thing that comes to my mind when I think about this book. There is just something wonderful about the friendship formed between a boy and a girl from...

    I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Currently, if asked to describe this book, my eyes would just sort of roll back in my head and I would go ?ugh this book!? and ...

    Going into The Boy From Tomorrow, I expected a cute, lighthearted romp through time. What I got was so much more. Heavy topics like abuse and death frequent these pages, providing a balance to the wonder and whimsy of the magical/fantastical elements. Getting to know Josie, Cass, and A...

  • Emily
    Feb 03, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

  • Megan
    Jul 22, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

    The Boy from Tomorrow is a well-told, solid story and the true strength here lies in the characters. In the past, Josie and her little sister Cassie were simply charming, I wanted Emily to be my tutor, and the girls' mother is a powerful force. In the present, Alec was the star and his...

    Camille DeAngelis? The Boy from Tomorrow is a tale of two children living at 444 Sparrow Street in the fictional town of Edwardstown in the Adirondacks exactly one century apart. Twelve-year-old Alec Frost?s fragile mother is still reeling from her husband?s leaving her for a you...

    When I hear "time travel" I always think, instinctively, of future technologies, bright lights, and the cheesey fog machines of 1980s sci-fi films. I do not, however, often think of talking boards. I GREATLY enjoyed this book. I've never been much of a fan of science fiction or tim...

    This is not so much a time-travel book, thought it is, and it isn't so much historical fiction, though it is. It is a different take on the usual way of doing time travel or historical fiction. Alec corresponds with a girl who lived in his house a hundred years ago, first through a ...

    Title: The Boy from Tomorrow Author: Camille DeAngelis Rating: 3.8/5 stars I received a copy of this novel from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This is a spoiler free review. Warning: child abuse, use of outdated terms for people of Asian decent Summary: W...

    A fantastic story about a friendship that spans the ages. Well-paced and crafted, this is a great book for readers who enjoyed Leila Sales's ONCE WAS A TIME or Ronald L. Smith's THE MESMERIST. Highly recommend! ...

    I loved this little Middle-Grade book, it was so amazing! I look forward to reading more books from this author, this book made me laugh and cry. ...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley. When I started reading this, I was just hoping to get a fun middle grade book about two kids being friends despite them being 100 years apart from each other. I didn't expect my heart to ache every other page. Both main characters are...

    Full review on my blog, My Bookish Dream 3.5 out of 5 stars This was simply a heartwarming and charming story. That is the first thing that comes to my mind when I think about this book. There is just something wonderful about the friendship formed between a boy and a girl from...

    I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Currently, if asked to describe this book, my eyes would just sort of roll back in my head and I would go ?ugh this book!? and ...

    Going into The Boy From Tomorrow, I expected a cute, lighthearted romp through time. What I got was so much more. Heavy topics like abuse and death frequent these pages, providing a balance to the wonder and whimsy of the magical/fantastical elements. Getting to know Josie, Cass, and A...

    This was a really excellent story. It started a little slower than I wanted, but picked up fairly quickly and I'm so glad I stuck with it, because it was lovely! What lonely little kid hasn't imagined they might one day stumble upon a friend, someone who would understand them and help ...

    The Boy From Tomorrow by Camille DeAngelis is a children's adventure book aimed at ages 8-11 years. I am considerably older and I really enjoyed the tale. The story unites two children one hundred years apart, who live in the same house. Their bond, formed through curiosity and loneli...

    E ARC from Netgalley.com When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street after his parents' divorce, his expectations are pretty low. He does manage to make some new friends quickly, and finds a cool Ouija type board stuck in a cupboard. When he and his friends get messages that make some s...

    Josie lives in 1915. Her mother, twice widowed, is a medium, and she is not kind to Josie and her little sister Cassie. Alec lives in 2015. He and his mother, in the midst of a divorce, have just moved to the house that Josie lived in. He's navigating a new neighborhood and a new n...

    Do you remember those books you read as a kid that transported you? Those quiet but all consuming books that you just wanted to live in forever? THE PHANTOM TOLLBOOTH. WISE CHILD. BRIDGE TO TERABITHYA. JULIE OF THE WOLVES. Here's another one to add to that list. Camille DeAngelis's MG ...

    Imagine making a new friend who lives in the same house as you, but is a hundred years away from you. This is the plot of this book. In 2015, Alec Frost, 12 years old, moves into a old house, and while exploring it, discovers a ouija board. He starts using it and who answers him? J...

    I couldn't put this down! I never read while walking, but I read the last chapter walking home from the subway. It's not an easy thing to maintain suspense in a time travel story in which the present-day character could theoretically look up everything about the historical character's ...

    The story moves along quickly, setting the premise and then exploring and solving the mysteriousness of the circumstance. Telling the story from the perspective of both 1915 and 2015 made it feel very rich and allowed the characters to feel real. One of the things I really liked ab...

  • Dianna
    Feb 02, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

    The Boy from Tomorrow is a well-told, solid story and the true strength here lies in the characters. In the past, Josie and her little sister Cassie were simply charming, I wanted Emily to be my tutor, and the girls' mother is a powerful force. In the present, Alec was the star and his...

    Camille DeAngelis? The Boy from Tomorrow is a tale of two children living at 444 Sparrow Street in the fictional town of Edwardstown in the Adirondacks exactly one century apart. Twelve-year-old Alec Frost?s fragile mother is still reeling from her husband?s leaving her for a you...

    When I hear "time travel" I always think, instinctively, of future technologies, bright lights, and the cheesey fog machines of 1980s sci-fi films. I do not, however, often think of talking boards. I GREATLY enjoyed this book. I've never been much of a fan of science fiction or tim...

    This is not so much a time-travel book, thought it is, and it isn't so much historical fiction, though it is. It is a different take on the usual way of doing time travel or historical fiction. Alec corresponds with a girl who lived in his house a hundred years ago, first through a ...

    Title: The Boy from Tomorrow Author: Camille DeAngelis Rating: 3.8/5 stars I received a copy of this novel from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This is a spoiler free review. Warning: child abuse, use of outdated terms for people of Asian decent Summary: W...

    A fantastic story about a friendship that spans the ages. Well-paced and crafted, this is a great book for readers who enjoyed Leila Sales's ONCE WAS A TIME or Ronald L. Smith's THE MESMERIST. Highly recommend! ...

    I loved this little Middle-Grade book, it was so amazing! I look forward to reading more books from this author, this book made me laugh and cry. ...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley. When I started reading this, I was just hoping to get a fun middle grade book about two kids being friends despite them being 100 years apart from each other. I didn't expect my heart to ache every other page. Both main characters are...

    Full review on my blog, My Bookish Dream 3.5 out of 5 stars This was simply a heartwarming and charming story. That is the first thing that comes to my mind when I think about this book. There is just something wonderful about the friendship formed between a boy and a girl from...

    I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Currently, if asked to describe this book, my eyes would just sort of roll back in my head and I would go ?ugh this book!? and ...

    Going into The Boy From Tomorrow, I expected a cute, lighthearted romp through time. What I got was so much more. Heavy topics like abuse and death frequent these pages, providing a balance to the wonder and whimsy of the magical/fantastical elements. Getting to know Josie, Cass, and A...

    This was a really excellent story. It started a little slower than I wanted, but picked up fairly quickly and I'm so glad I stuck with it, because it was lovely! What lonely little kid hasn't imagined they might one day stumble upon a friend, someone who would understand them and help ...

    The Boy From Tomorrow by Camille DeAngelis is a children's adventure book aimed at ages 8-11 years. I am considerably older and I really enjoyed the tale. The story unites two children one hundred years apart, who live in the same house. Their bond, formed through curiosity and loneli...

    E ARC from Netgalley.com When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street after his parents' divorce, his expectations are pretty low. He does manage to make some new friends quickly, and finds a cool Ouija type board stuck in a cupboard. When he and his friends get messages that make some s...

    Josie lives in 1915. Her mother, twice widowed, is a medium, and she is not kind to Josie and her little sister Cassie. Alec lives in 2015. He and his mother, in the midst of a divorce, have just moved to the house that Josie lived in. He's navigating a new neighborhood and a new n...

  • Ms. Yingling
    Apr 24, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

    The Boy from Tomorrow is a well-told, solid story and the true strength here lies in the characters. In the past, Josie and her little sister Cassie were simply charming, I wanted Emily to be my tutor, and the girls' mother is a powerful force. In the present, Alec was the star and his...

    Camille DeAngelis? The Boy from Tomorrow is a tale of two children living at 444 Sparrow Street in the fictional town of Edwardstown in the Adirondacks exactly one century apart. Twelve-year-old Alec Frost?s fragile mother is still reeling from her husband?s leaving her for a you...

    When I hear "time travel" I always think, instinctively, of future technologies, bright lights, and the cheesey fog machines of 1980s sci-fi films. I do not, however, often think of talking boards. I GREATLY enjoyed this book. I've never been much of a fan of science fiction or tim...

    This is not so much a time-travel book, thought it is, and it isn't so much historical fiction, though it is. It is a different take on the usual way of doing time travel or historical fiction. Alec corresponds with a girl who lived in his house a hundred years ago, first through a ...

    Title: The Boy from Tomorrow Author: Camille DeAngelis Rating: 3.8/5 stars I received a copy of this novel from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This is a spoiler free review. Warning: child abuse, use of outdated terms for people of Asian decent Summary: W...

    A fantastic story about a friendship that spans the ages. Well-paced and crafted, this is a great book for readers who enjoyed Leila Sales's ONCE WAS A TIME or Ronald L. Smith's THE MESMERIST. Highly recommend! ...

    I loved this little Middle-Grade book, it was so amazing! I look forward to reading more books from this author, this book made me laugh and cry. ...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley. When I started reading this, I was just hoping to get a fun middle grade book about two kids being friends despite them being 100 years apart from each other. I didn't expect my heart to ache every other page. Both main characters are...

    Full review on my blog, My Bookish Dream 3.5 out of 5 stars This was simply a heartwarming and charming story. That is the first thing that comes to my mind when I think about this book. There is just something wonderful about the friendship formed between a boy and a girl from...

    I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Currently, if asked to describe this book, my eyes would just sort of roll back in my head and I would go ?ugh this book!? and ...

    Going into The Boy From Tomorrow, I expected a cute, lighthearted romp through time. What I got was so much more. Heavy topics like abuse and death frequent these pages, providing a balance to the wonder and whimsy of the magical/fantastical elements. Getting to know Josie, Cass, and A...

    This was a really excellent story. It started a little slower than I wanted, but picked up fairly quickly and I'm so glad I stuck with it, because it was lovely! What lonely little kid hasn't imagined they might one day stumble upon a friend, someone who would understand them and help ...

    The Boy From Tomorrow by Camille DeAngelis is a children's adventure book aimed at ages 8-11 years. I am considerably older and I really enjoyed the tale. The story unites two children one hundred years apart, who live in the same house. Their bond, formed through curiosity and loneli...

    E ARC from Netgalley.com When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street after his parents' divorce, his expectations are pretty low. He does manage to make some new friends quickly, and finds a cool Ouija type board stuck in a cupboard. When he and his friends get messages that make some s...

  • Laura
    Feb 14, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

    The Boy from Tomorrow is a well-told, solid story and the true strength here lies in the characters. In the past, Josie and her little sister Cassie were simply charming, I wanted Emily to be my tutor, and the girls' mother is a powerful force. In the present, Alec was the star and his...

    Camille DeAngelis? The Boy from Tomorrow is a tale of two children living at 444 Sparrow Street in the fictional town of Edwardstown in the Adirondacks exactly one century apart. Twelve-year-old Alec Frost?s fragile mother is still reeling from her husband?s leaving her for a you...

    When I hear "time travel" I always think, instinctively, of future technologies, bright lights, and the cheesey fog machines of 1980s sci-fi films. I do not, however, often think of talking boards. I GREATLY enjoyed this book. I've never been much of a fan of science fiction or tim...

    This is not so much a time-travel book, thought it is, and it isn't so much historical fiction, though it is. It is a different take on the usual way of doing time travel or historical fiction. Alec corresponds with a girl who lived in his house a hundred years ago, first through a ...

  • Ivonne Rovira
    Apr 10, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

    The Boy from Tomorrow is a well-told, solid story and the true strength here lies in the characters. In the past, Josie and her little sister Cassie were simply charming, I wanted Emily to be my tutor, and the girls' mother is a powerful force. In the present, Alec was the star and his...

    Camille DeAngelis? The Boy from Tomorrow is a tale of two children living at 444 Sparrow Street in the fictional town of Edwardstown in the Adirondacks exactly one century apart. Twelve-year-old Alec Frost?s fragile mother is still reeling from her husband?s leaving her for a you...

  • BookishGeek
    Mar 21, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

    The Boy from Tomorrow is a well-told, solid story and the true strength here lies in the characters. In the past, Josie and her little sister Cassie were simply charming, I wanted Emily to be my tutor, and the girls' mother is a powerful force. In the present, Alec was the star and his...

    Camille DeAngelis? The Boy from Tomorrow is a tale of two children living at 444 Sparrow Street in the fictional town of Edwardstown in the Adirondacks exactly one century apart. Twelve-year-old Alec Frost?s fragile mother is still reeling from her husband?s leaving her for a you...

    When I hear "time travel" I always think, instinctively, of future technologies, bright lights, and the cheesey fog machines of 1980s sci-fi films. I do not, however, often think of talking boards. I GREATLY enjoyed this book. I've never been much of a fan of science fiction or tim...

    This is not so much a time-travel book, thought it is, and it isn't so much historical fiction, though it is. It is a different take on the usual way of doing time travel or historical fiction. Alec corresponds with a girl who lived in his house a hundred years ago, first through a ...

    Title: The Boy from Tomorrow Author: Camille DeAngelis Rating: 3.8/5 stars I received a copy of this novel from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This is a spoiler free review. Warning: child abuse, use of outdated terms for people of Asian decent Summary: W...

    A fantastic story about a friendship that spans the ages. Well-paced and crafted, this is a great book for readers who enjoyed Leila Sales's ONCE WAS A TIME or Ronald L. Smith's THE MESMERIST. Highly recommend! ...

    I loved this little Middle-Grade book, it was so amazing! I look forward to reading more books from this author, this book made me laugh and cry. ...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley. When I started reading this, I was just hoping to get a fun middle grade book about two kids being friends despite them being 100 years apart from each other. I didn't expect my heart to ache every other page. Both main characters are...

    Full review on my blog, My Bookish Dream 3.5 out of 5 stars This was simply a heartwarming and charming story. That is the first thing that comes to my mind when I think about this book. There is just something wonderful about the friendship formed between a boy and a girl from...

    I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Currently, if asked to describe this book, my eyes would just sort of roll back in my head and I would go ?ugh this book!? and ...

  • Jill Elizabeth
    Apr 20, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

    The Boy from Tomorrow is a well-told, solid story and the true strength here lies in the characters. In the past, Josie and her little sister Cassie were simply charming, I wanted Emily to be my tutor, and the girls' mother is a powerful force. In the present, Alec was the star and his...

    Camille DeAngelis? The Boy from Tomorrow is a tale of two children living at 444 Sparrow Street in the fictional town of Edwardstown in the Adirondacks exactly one century apart. Twelve-year-old Alec Frost?s fragile mother is still reeling from her husband?s leaving her for a you...

    When I hear "time travel" I always think, instinctively, of future technologies, bright lights, and the cheesey fog machines of 1980s sci-fi films. I do not, however, often think of talking boards. I GREATLY enjoyed this book. I've never been much of a fan of science fiction or tim...

    This is not so much a time-travel book, thought it is, and it isn't so much historical fiction, though it is. It is a different take on the usual way of doing time travel or historical fiction. Alec corresponds with a girl who lived in his house a hundred years ago, first through a ...

    Title: The Boy from Tomorrow Author: Camille DeAngelis Rating: 3.8/5 stars I received a copy of this novel from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This is a spoiler free review. Warning: child abuse, use of outdated terms for people of Asian decent Summary: W...

    A fantastic story about a friendship that spans the ages. Well-paced and crafted, this is a great book for readers who enjoyed Leila Sales's ONCE WAS A TIME or Ronald L. Smith's THE MESMERIST. Highly recommend! ...

    I loved this little Middle-Grade book, it was so amazing! I look forward to reading more books from this author, this book made me laugh and cry. ...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley. When I started reading this, I was just hoping to get a fun middle grade book about two kids being friends despite them being 100 years apart from each other. I didn't expect my heart to ache every other page. Both main characters are...

    Full review on my blog, My Bookish Dream 3.5 out of 5 stars This was simply a heartwarming and charming story. That is the first thing that comes to my mind when I think about this book. There is just something wonderful about the friendship formed between a boy and a girl from...

    I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Currently, if asked to describe this book, my eyes would just sort of roll back in my head and I would go ?ugh this book!? and ...

    Going into The Boy From Tomorrow, I expected a cute, lighthearted romp through time. What I got was so much more. Heavy topics like abuse and death frequent these pages, providing a balance to the wonder and whimsy of the magical/fantastical elements. Getting to know Josie, Cass, and A...

    This was a really excellent story. It started a little slower than I wanted, but picked up fairly quickly and I'm so glad I stuck with it, because it was lovely! What lonely little kid hasn't imagined they might one day stumble upon a friend, someone who would understand them and help ...

  • Ariana
    May 11, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

  • Dianne
    Apr 17, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

  • Alexa
    May 09, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

  • Erin
    Apr 16, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

    The Boy from Tomorrow is a well-told, solid story and the true strength here lies in the characters. In the past, Josie and her little sister Cassie were simply charming, I wanted Emily to be my tutor, and the girls' mother is a powerful force. In the present, Alec was the star and his...

    Camille DeAngelis? The Boy from Tomorrow is a tale of two children living at 444 Sparrow Street in the fictional town of Edwardstown in the Adirondacks exactly one century apart. Twelve-year-old Alec Frost?s fragile mother is still reeling from her husband?s leaving her for a you...

    When I hear "time travel" I always think, instinctively, of future technologies, bright lights, and the cheesey fog machines of 1980s sci-fi films. I do not, however, often think of talking boards. I GREATLY enjoyed this book. I've never been much of a fan of science fiction or tim...

    This is not so much a time-travel book, thought it is, and it isn't so much historical fiction, though it is. It is a different take on the usual way of doing time travel or historical fiction. Alec corresponds with a girl who lived in his house a hundred years ago, first through a ...

    Title: The Boy from Tomorrow Author: Camille DeAngelis Rating: 3.8/5 stars I received a copy of this novel from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This is a spoiler free review. Warning: child abuse, use of outdated terms for people of Asian decent Summary: W...

    A fantastic story about a friendship that spans the ages. Well-paced and crafted, this is a great book for readers who enjoyed Leila Sales's ONCE WAS A TIME or Ronald L. Smith's THE MESMERIST. Highly recommend! ...

    I loved this little Middle-Grade book, it was so amazing! I look forward to reading more books from this author, this book made me laugh and cry. ...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley. When I started reading this, I was just hoping to get a fun middle grade book about two kids being friends despite them being 100 years apart from each other. I didn't expect my heart to ache every other page. Both main characters are...

    Full review on my blog, My Bookish Dream 3.5 out of 5 stars This was simply a heartwarming and charming story. That is the first thing that comes to my mind when I think about this book. There is just something wonderful about the friendship formed between a boy and a girl from...

    I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Currently, if asked to describe this book, my eyes would just sort of roll back in my head and I would go ?ugh this book!? and ...

    Going into The Boy From Tomorrow, I expected a cute, lighthearted romp through time. What I got was so much more. Heavy topics like abuse and death frequent these pages, providing a balance to the wonder and whimsy of the magical/fantastical elements. Getting to know Josie, Cass, and A...

    This was a really excellent story. It started a little slower than I wanted, but picked up fairly quickly and I'm so glad I stuck with it, because it was lovely! What lonely little kid hasn't imagined they might one day stumble upon a friend, someone who would understand them and help ...

    The Boy From Tomorrow by Camille DeAngelis is a children's adventure book aimed at ages 8-11 years. I am considerably older and I really enjoyed the tale. The story unites two children one hundred years apart, who live in the same house. Their bond, formed through curiosity and loneli...

    E ARC from Netgalley.com When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street after his parents' divorce, his expectations are pretty low. He does manage to make some new friends quickly, and finds a cool Ouija type board stuck in a cupboard. When he and his friends get messages that make some s...

    Josie lives in 1915. Her mother, twice widowed, is a medium, and she is not kind to Josie and her little sister Cassie. Alec lives in 2015. He and his mother, in the midst of a divorce, have just moved to the house that Josie lived in. He's navigating a new neighborhood and a new n...

    Do you remember those books you read as a kid that transported you? Those quiet but all consuming books that you just wanted to live in forever? THE PHANTOM TOLLBOOTH. WISE CHILD. BRIDGE TO TERABITHYA. JULIE OF THE WOLVES. Here's another one to add to that list. Camille DeAngelis's MG ...

  • Joji Grey
    Jan 18, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

    The Boy from Tomorrow is a well-told, solid story and the true strength here lies in the characters. In the past, Josie and her little sister Cassie were simply charming, I wanted Emily to be my tutor, and the girls' mother is a powerful force. In the present, Alec was the star and his...

    Camille DeAngelis? The Boy from Tomorrow is a tale of two children living at 444 Sparrow Street in the fictional town of Edwardstown in the Adirondacks exactly one century apart. Twelve-year-old Alec Frost?s fragile mother is still reeling from her husband?s leaving her for a you...

    When I hear "time travel" I always think, instinctively, of future technologies, bright lights, and the cheesey fog machines of 1980s sci-fi films. I do not, however, often think of talking boards. I GREATLY enjoyed this book. I've never been much of a fan of science fiction or tim...

  • Katie
    Apr 22, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

  • Anna | mybookishdream
    May 31, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

    The Boy from Tomorrow is a well-told, solid story and the true strength here lies in the characters. In the past, Josie and her little sister Cassie were simply charming, I wanted Emily to be my tutor, and the girls' mother is a powerful force. In the present, Alec was the star and his...

    Camille DeAngelis? The Boy from Tomorrow is a tale of two children living at 444 Sparrow Street in the fictional town of Edwardstown in the Adirondacks exactly one century apart. Twelve-year-old Alec Frost?s fragile mother is still reeling from her husband?s leaving her for a you...

    When I hear "time travel" I always think, instinctively, of future technologies, bright lights, and the cheesey fog machines of 1980s sci-fi films. I do not, however, often think of talking boards. I GREATLY enjoyed this book. I've never been much of a fan of science fiction or tim...

    This is not so much a time-travel book, thought it is, and it isn't so much historical fiction, though it is. It is a different take on the usual way of doing time travel or historical fiction. Alec corresponds with a girl who lived in his house a hundred years ago, first through a ...

    Title: The Boy from Tomorrow Author: Camille DeAngelis Rating: 3.8/5 stars I received a copy of this novel from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This is a spoiler free review. Warning: child abuse, use of outdated terms for people of Asian decent Summary: W...

    A fantastic story about a friendship that spans the ages. Well-paced and crafted, this is a great book for readers who enjoyed Leila Sales's ONCE WAS A TIME or Ronald L. Smith's THE MESMERIST. Highly recommend! ...

    I loved this little Middle-Grade book, it was so amazing! I look forward to reading more books from this author, this book made me laugh and cry. ...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley. When I started reading this, I was just hoping to get a fun middle grade book about two kids being friends despite them being 100 years apart from each other. I didn't expect my heart to ache every other page. Both main characters are...

    Full review on my blog, My Bookish Dream 3.5 out of 5 stars This was simply a heartwarming and charming story. That is the first thing that comes to my mind when I think about this book. There is just something wonderful about the friendship formed between a boy and a girl from...

  • Julia Wilson
    May 06, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

    The Boy from Tomorrow is a well-told, solid story and the true strength here lies in the characters. In the past, Josie and her little sister Cassie were simply charming, I wanted Emily to be my tutor, and the girls' mother is a powerful force. In the present, Alec was the star and his...

    Camille DeAngelis? The Boy from Tomorrow is a tale of two children living at 444 Sparrow Street in the fictional town of Edwardstown in the Adirondacks exactly one century apart. Twelve-year-old Alec Frost?s fragile mother is still reeling from her husband?s leaving her for a you...

    When I hear "time travel" I always think, instinctively, of future technologies, bright lights, and the cheesey fog machines of 1980s sci-fi films. I do not, however, often think of talking boards. I GREATLY enjoyed this book. I've never been much of a fan of science fiction or tim...

    This is not so much a time-travel book, thought it is, and it isn't so much historical fiction, though it is. It is a different take on the usual way of doing time travel or historical fiction. Alec corresponds with a girl who lived in his house a hundred years ago, first through a ...

    Title: The Boy from Tomorrow Author: Camille DeAngelis Rating: 3.8/5 stars I received a copy of this novel from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This is a spoiler free review. Warning: child abuse, use of outdated terms for people of Asian decent Summary: W...

    A fantastic story about a friendship that spans the ages. Well-paced and crafted, this is a great book for readers who enjoyed Leila Sales's ONCE WAS A TIME or Ronald L. Smith's THE MESMERIST. Highly recommend! ...

    I loved this little Middle-Grade book, it was so amazing! I look forward to reading more books from this author, this book made me laugh and cry. ...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley. When I started reading this, I was just hoping to get a fun middle grade book about two kids being friends despite them being 100 years apart from each other. I didn't expect my heart to ache every other page. Both main characters are...

    Full review on my blog, My Bookish Dream 3.5 out of 5 stars This was simply a heartwarming and charming story. That is the first thing that comes to my mind when I think about this book. There is just something wonderful about the friendship formed between a boy and a girl from...

    I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Currently, if asked to describe this book, my eyes would just sort of roll back in my head and I would go ?ugh this book!? and ...

    Going into The Boy From Tomorrow, I expected a cute, lighthearted romp through time. What I got was so much more. Heavy topics like abuse and death frequent these pages, providing a balance to the wonder and whimsy of the magical/fantastical elements. Getting to know Josie, Cass, and A...

    This was a really excellent story. It started a little slower than I wanted, but picked up fairly quickly and I'm so glad I stuck with it, because it was lovely! What lonely little kid hasn't imagined they might one day stumble upon a friend, someone who would understand them and help ...

    The Boy From Tomorrow by Camille DeAngelis is a children's adventure book aimed at ages 8-11 years. I am considerably older and I really enjoyed the tale. The story unites two children one hundred years apart, who live in the same house. Their bond, formed through curiosity and loneli...

  • Serena
    May 25, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

    The Boy from Tomorrow is a well-told, solid story and the true strength here lies in the characters. In the past, Josie and her little sister Cassie were simply charming, I wanted Emily to be my tutor, and the girls' mother is a powerful force. In the present, Alec was the star and his...

    Camille DeAngelis? The Boy from Tomorrow is a tale of two children living at 444 Sparrow Street in the fictional town of Edwardstown in the Adirondacks exactly one century apart. Twelve-year-old Alec Frost?s fragile mother is still reeling from her husband?s leaving her for a you...

    When I hear "time travel" I always think, instinctively, of future technologies, bright lights, and the cheesey fog machines of 1980s sci-fi films. I do not, however, often think of talking boards. I GREATLY enjoyed this book. I've never been much of a fan of science fiction or tim...

    This is not so much a time-travel book, thought it is, and it isn't so much historical fiction, though it is. It is a different take on the usual way of doing time travel or historical fiction. Alec corresponds with a girl who lived in his house a hundred years ago, first through a ...

    Title: The Boy from Tomorrow Author: Camille DeAngelis Rating: 3.8/5 stars I received a copy of this novel from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This is a spoiler free review. Warning: child abuse, use of outdated terms for people of Asian decent Summary: W...

    A fantastic story about a friendship that spans the ages. Well-paced and crafted, this is a great book for readers who enjoyed Leila Sales's ONCE WAS A TIME or Ronald L. Smith's THE MESMERIST. Highly recommend! ...

    I loved this little Middle-Grade book, it was so amazing! I look forward to reading more books from this author, this book made me laugh and cry. ...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley. When I started reading this, I was just hoping to get a fun middle grade book about two kids being friends despite them being 100 years apart from each other. I didn't expect my heart to ache every other page. Both main characters are...

  • Pia
    Jan 23, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

  • Jackie Maloney
    May 24, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

    The Boy from Tomorrow is a well-told, solid story and the true strength here lies in the characters. In the past, Josie and her little sister Cassie were simply charming, I wanted Emily to be my tutor, and the girls' mother is a powerful force. In the present, Alec was the star and his...

    Camille DeAngelis? The Boy from Tomorrow is a tale of two children living at 444 Sparrow Street in the fictional town of Edwardstown in the Adirondacks exactly one century apart. Twelve-year-old Alec Frost?s fragile mother is still reeling from her husband?s leaving her for a you...

    When I hear "time travel" I always think, instinctively, of future technologies, bright lights, and the cheesey fog machines of 1980s sci-fi films. I do not, however, often think of talking boards. I GREATLY enjoyed this book. I've never been much of a fan of science fiction or tim...

    This is not so much a time-travel book, thought it is, and it isn't so much historical fiction, though it is. It is a different take on the usual way of doing time travel or historical fiction. Alec corresponds with a girl who lived in his house a hundred years ago, first through a ...

    Title: The Boy from Tomorrow Author: Camille DeAngelis Rating: 3.8/5 stars I received a copy of this novel from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This is a spoiler free review. Warning: child abuse, use of outdated terms for people of Asian decent Summary: W...

  • Jane
    Apr 01, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

    The Boy from Tomorrow is a well-told, solid story and the true strength here lies in the characters. In the past, Josie and her little sister Cassie were simply charming, I wanted Emily to be my tutor, and the girls' mother is a powerful force. In the present, Alec was the star and his...

  • Jenn Bishop
    Jun 11, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

    The Boy from Tomorrow is a well-told, solid story and the true strength here lies in the characters. In the past, Josie and her little sister Cassie were simply charming, I wanted Emily to be my tutor, and the girls' mother is a powerful force. In the present, Alec was the star and his...

    Camille DeAngelis? The Boy from Tomorrow is a tale of two children living at 444 Sparrow Street in the fictional town of Edwardstown in the Adirondacks exactly one century apart. Twelve-year-old Alec Frost?s fragile mother is still reeling from her husband?s leaving her for a you...

    When I hear "time travel" I always think, instinctively, of future technologies, bright lights, and the cheesey fog machines of 1980s sci-fi films. I do not, however, often think of talking boards. I GREATLY enjoyed this book. I've never been much of a fan of science fiction or tim...

    This is not so much a time-travel book, thought it is, and it isn't so much historical fiction, though it is. It is a different take on the usual way of doing time travel or historical fiction. Alec corresponds with a girl who lived in his house a hundred years ago, first through a ...

    Title: The Boy from Tomorrow Author: Camille DeAngelis Rating: 3.8/5 stars I received a copy of this novel from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This is a spoiler free review. Warning: child abuse, use of outdated terms for people of Asian decent Summary: W...

    A fantastic story about a friendship that spans the ages. Well-paced and crafted, this is a great book for readers who enjoyed Leila Sales's ONCE WAS A TIME or Ronald L. Smith's THE MESMERIST. Highly recommend! ...

  • Sophie
    Apr 15, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

    The Boy from Tomorrow is a well-told, solid story and the true strength here lies in the characters. In the past, Josie and her little sister Cassie were simply charming, I wanted Emily to be my tutor, and the girls' mother is a powerful force. In the present, Alec was the star and his...

    Camille DeAngelis? The Boy from Tomorrow is a tale of two children living at 444 Sparrow Street in the fictional town of Edwardstown in the Adirondacks exactly one century apart. Twelve-year-old Alec Frost?s fragile mother is still reeling from her husband?s leaving her for a you...

    When I hear "time travel" I always think, instinctively, of future technologies, bright lights, and the cheesey fog machines of 1980s sci-fi films. I do not, however, often think of talking boards. I GREATLY enjoyed this book. I've never been much of a fan of science fiction or tim...

    This is not so much a time-travel book, thought it is, and it isn't so much historical fiction, though it is. It is a different take on the usual way of doing time travel or historical fiction. Alec corresponds with a girl who lived in his house a hundred years ago, first through a ...

    Title: The Boy from Tomorrow Author: Camille DeAngelis Rating: 3.8/5 stars I received a copy of this novel from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This is a spoiler free review. Warning: child abuse, use of outdated terms for people of Asian decent Summary: W...

    A fantastic story about a friendship that spans the ages. Well-paced and crafted, this is a great book for readers who enjoyed Leila Sales's ONCE WAS A TIME or Ronald L. Smith's THE MESMERIST. Highly recommend! ...

    I loved this little Middle-Grade book, it was so amazing! I look forward to reading more books from this author, this book made me laugh and cry. ...

    I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley. When I started reading this, I was just hoping to get a fun middle grade book about two kids being friends despite them being 100 years apart from each other. I didn't expect my heart to ache every other page. Both main characters are...

    Full review on my blog, My Bookish Dream 3.5 out of 5 stars This was simply a heartwarming and charming story. That is the first thing that comes to my mind when I think about this book. There is just something wonderful about the friendship formed between a boy and a girl from...

    I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Currently, if asked to describe this book, my eyes would just sort of roll back in my head and I would go ?ugh this book!? and ...

    Going into The Boy From Tomorrow, I expected a cute, lighthearted romp through time. What I got was so much more. Heavy topics like abuse and death frequent these pages, providing a balance to the wonder and whimsy of the magical/fantastical elements. Getting to know Josie, Cass, and A...

    This was a really excellent story. It started a little slower than I wanted, but picked up fairly quickly and I'm so glad I stuck with it, because it was lovely! What lonely little kid hasn't imagined they might one day stumble upon a friend, someone who would understand them and help ...

    The Boy From Tomorrow by Camille DeAngelis is a children's adventure book aimed at ages 8-11 years. I am considerably older and I really enjoyed the tale. The story unites two children one hundred years apart, who live in the same house. Their bond, formed through curiosity and loneli...

    E ARC from Netgalley.com When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street after his parents' divorce, his expectations are pretty low. He does manage to make some new friends quickly, and finds a cool Ouija type board stuck in a cupboard. When he and his friends get messages that make some s...

    Josie lives in 1915. Her mother, twice widowed, is a medium, and she is not kind to Josie and her little sister Cassie. Alec lives in 2015. He and his mother, in the midst of a divorce, have just moved to the house that Josie lived in. He's navigating a new neighborhood and a new n...

    Do you remember those books you read as a kid that transported you? Those quiet but all consuming books that you just wanted to live in forever? THE PHANTOM TOLLBOOTH. WISE CHILD. BRIDGE TO TERABITHYA. JULIE OF THE WOLVES. Here's another one to add to that list. Camille DeAngelis's MG ...

    Imagine making a new friend who lives in the same house as you, but is a hundred years away from you. This is the plot of this book. In 2015, Alec Frost, 12 years old, moves into a old house, and while exploring it, discovers a ouija board. He starts using it and who answers him? J...

  • Meegy
    Aug 21, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

    Yay! Netgalley granted me a wish for this book! First time that happens _________ I think it's time to admit I won't be finishing this. It's not a bad book and it has an interesting premise but it's too childish for me. ...

    The Boy from Tomorrow is a well-told, solid story and the true strength here lies in the characters. In the past, Josie and her little sister Cassie were simply charming, I wanted Emily to be my tutor, and the girls' mother is a powerful force. In the present, Alec was the star and his...

    Camille DeAngelis? The Boy from Tomorrow is a tale of two children living at 444 Sparrow Street in the fictional town of Edwardstown in the Adirondacks exactly one century apart. Twelve-year-old Alec Frost?s fragile mother is still reeling from her husband?s leaving her for a you...

    When I hear "time travel" I always think, instinctively, of future technologies, bright lights, and the cheesey fog machines of 1980s sci-fi films. I do not, however, often think of talking boards. I GREATLY enjoyed this book. I've never been much of a fan of science fiction or tim...

    This is not so much a time-travel book, thought it is, and it isn't so much historical fiction, though it is. It is a different take on the usual way of doing time travel or historical fiction. Alec corresponds with a girl who lived in his house a hundred years ago, first through a ...

    Title: The Boy from Tomorrow Author: Camille DeAngelis Rating: 3.8/5 stars I received a copy of this novel from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This is a spoiler free review. Warning: child abuse, use of outdated terms for people of Asian decent Summary: W...

    A fantastic story about a friendship that spans the ages. Well-paced and crafted, this is a great book for readers who enjoyed Leila Sales's ONCE WAS A TIME or Ronald L. Smith's THE MESMERIST. Highly recommend! ...

    I loved this little Middle-Grade book, it was so amazing! I look forward to reading more books from this author, this book made me laugh and cry. ...

  • leo (in bookverse)
    Apr 06, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

  • Lili  Marcus
    Mar 18, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

  • Sammie
    Feb 11, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

  • Lyn* Nomad *Worlds await*
    Apr 18, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...

    I received this book from Netgalley, and I'm so glad that I did - I LOVED this story. I'm a sucker for time travel and this is so different from a typical time travel story. Alec and Josie are both 12 years old, and they live in the same house, but they live a century apart. Josie is f...

    I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I read this book almost in one sitting, because I simply needed to know what happened next. (Also, can we talk about how nice the cover is?) As you can see from the blurb, this story is about two (technically t...

    Originally posted on: The Quirky Book Nerd *I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Ever since I finished reading this novel, I have been searching for the right words to describe it?words that encompass every topic, every emotion, in...

    It?s been a while since I?ve read a book in the middle grade genre and I?d forgotten how much I enjoy it. This story shifts from past to the future, between a girl, Josie who lives in 1915 and a boy, Alec, in 2015 ? how they form a friendship which changes both their lives. ...

  • ❛jingle bell rock❜ (kayla)
    Apr 29, 2018

    The magic of possibilities, the mystery of an old home with stories to tell. A young girl who was twelve years old in 1915 and a twelve year old boy in 2015 share their stories through time and form a friendship that will forever change them both. Josie and Alec were born a century...

    4.5 Stars Shortest synopsis would be: This is a story of three kids who found a way/s to communicate with each other despite their timeline differences, that led one to help the other two secure their future. But since I'm so generous, I can give you more than that one long sent...

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This book was a really cute read! I'm really glad that I read it. Josie Clifford and Alec Frost live in the same house, 100 years apart, and forge a friendship by using a talking board. This was really interesting...

    One-Line Summary: Two people find a connection that transcends time, and it?s exactly what they both need to shape their individual futures. Summary: When Alec moves into 444 Sparrow Street, it?s old and rundown and is a promise of a new beginning with his parents recently...

    ?My mom says if you?ve got to make two huge life changes, you might as well make three.? RATING: 5 out of 5 REVIEW: It is my first time reading a book that?s almost like time-traveling. By almost, I mean the characters didn?t literally jumped from one era to anoth...

    DNF 6% I actually love the idea but no motivation to continue it (at least at this time) I need to not DNF books but I'm too anxious because of finals to read things that I don't fully love. I'll probably give this book another chance but for now I'm putting it back on my TBR lis...