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Return To CardamomAdventures of Caramel Cardamom #2 Free download Ñ 5 ↠ Life is sweet for Caramel and things are finally getting back to normal Well as normal as it can be for a telepathic elf who can train trees and control computers but she soon finds life on Cardamom is not all cupcakes and apple ciderA saboNd the elves’ precious cardamom export has been wiped out Caramel is certain it’s another trick of Alexander222 and her Aunt Isabel but no one will believe her and the clock is ticking She must expose the saboteur in time to save the crop or the Elves of Cardamom will lose the. Julie Grasso has delivered a sound follow up to her first bookCaramel and her friends return to our bookshelves in another great adventure that’s dotted with mouth watering treats The Intergalactic Council is being courted by a dastardly scoundrel who claims to have the key to their power needs If he were to succeed with his plan it would remove everyone’s reliance on Cardamom for energy Given that our mind reading heroine’s home planet grows the Cardamom crop it would spell disaster to lose the trade Out of nowhere planet Cardamom’s crops fail and the call goes out for all elves to return home to repair the damage and raise and harvest a new crop in record timeCaramel suspects that her old foes Alexander222 and her Aunt Isabel are behind it but not everyone is convinced of her theory She needs to take control of the situation and find the proof As the story unfolds Caramel holds onto her beliefs follows her intuition and proves her resilience Teaching young readers that they should never give up on things that they believe in The plot has some exciting twists and turns that entertain and keep the reader engaged A major event in the latter part of the first half that I didn’t see coming cranks up the adventure which rolls along to an exciting and surprising outcome To see what happens for yourself you’ll need to read it This was a great follow up to the first book Escape from the Forbidden Planet Caramel’s skills are growing and her character is building I look forward to the next adventureMy bottom line Julie Grasso has delivered a sound follow up to her first book I’m confident that fans of book 1 will relish the new adventures and character growth of their heroine Caramel Note I don’t claim to be a pro reviewer I am a reader My reviews are based on my personal thoughts around the story that the book is trying to tell I try to focus on the story which is the reason I read rather than dissect the book and pass comment on typos writing style or structure

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Ir livelihoodCaramel won’t rest until her theory is proven While she is on the hunt she makes a shocking discovery one that will change everythingFollow Caramel’s gripping adventures in the exciting seuel to “Escape From The Forbidden Planet” Suitable for children ages 9 1. Great seuel to the first book The adventures of Carmel and her elfin friends continue when the Cardamon trees become endangered and they help to save them I highly recommend Return to Cardamon for everyone from age 10 and up Once you begin reading you can't put the book down

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Return To CardamomAdventures of Caramel Cardamom #2Life is sweet for Caramel and things are finally getting back to normal Well as normal as it can be for a telepathic elf who can train trees and control computers but she soon finds life on Cardamom is not all cupcakes and apple ciderA saboteur is hiding in the rainforest canopy a. My daughter 10 and I reviewed this book for Mother Daughter Book Reviews Here are our thoughtsDAUGHTER SAYS Caramel is a elf princess who lives on the planet Cardamom She is a healer Even though she has a limp she is very brave and smart I really liked her I think the cover is really good and I really liked the creepy elf in the green cloak I really liked how the book had two stories in one book So when you think the one story is over there is another part of the story I liked how it was science fiction and had lots of technology That made it interesting I loved loved loved the book I liked it better than the first one It took about 2 weeks to read it reading a bit every day I think kids 8 years and older would like it They need to be older because some of the story and the technology described are complicatedMOM SAYSJulie Grasso wastes no time in getting the action rolling in Return to Cardamom the seuel to Escape From the Hidden Planet This time around Grasso weaves a similarly complex and engaging plot merging science fiction and fantasy and featuring an immensely endearing main character in Caramel the elf princess who despite a physical disability proves to be brave intelligent and loyal as well as gifted as a healerAll the things I loved about Book 1 Escape From the Forbidden Planet continue to be the strengths of the second book Grasso has created an imaginative and interesting world in Cardamom and I love the way she describes the relationship between the elves and the cardamom plants There is a recognition of the nearly symbiotic nature of the relationship between the two While the elves tenderly care for the plants the cardamom stems then lovingly impart their pods to the elves who rely on the seeds as their primary source of energy This concept is so beautiful to me and carries an important message to the future caretakers of our planetI feel that Return to Cardamom is slightly refined and sophisticated with regards to the descriptions of the technology and the role of technology in the story In particular I really enjoyed the part of the story where the computer virus injected by Alexander222 on the Forbidden Planet threatens not only all the computer systems on the planet but begins to infect the humans there as well This part of the story features a laugh out loud literally scene where Caramel has to dodge the virtual pieces of ham later identified as “spam” love the play on wordsAs I’ve discussed in one of our Kid Lit uestions of the Day I sometimes feel that mature themes are often thrust onto children far too earlier Return to Cardamom is a middle grade book that I find completely appropriate for middle grade children ie no bad language no violence no sexual innuendos The major themes underlying the story in the book are all relevant to the target audience of tweenteen kids friendship loyalty forgiveness courage and perseverance I think that Grasso has hit the right level of tension for this age group by avoiding darker and mature themes but still challenging budding social consciences with its foray into the fields of conservationism technology and bioethicsAnd then there is Caramel I just love Caramel As far as role models in middle grade books she is TOPS Despite a physical limitation from an accident in early childhood she is a brave fiercely loyal highly intelligent and compassionate young lady There is just something about the way she is written that feels completely genuine and relatable More Caramel oh and cake Sorry I got distracted there for a momentDo you need to read the first boo