Six. Weeks. Thats how long Maggies been waiting for her best friend and partner in crime, Abby, to come home from Camp Cantaloupe. Half of summer break may have been lost, but Abby is finally heading back! Only when Abby arrives, shes. . . different. She doesnt want to play any of their usual epic spy games. All New Abby wants to do is talk about camp things and plan campy activitiesshe even has the nerve to call Maggies massive, award-worthy pillow fort a cabin. But at least Abbys excited to build a cabin of her own. And when Maggie discovers that a pillow in the back of her fort mysteriously leads right into Abbys new one, the two friends are suddenly just an arms length away. Soon theyre adding links and building more forts, until Maggie looks behind one pillow too many and finders herself face-to-face with. . . the authorities. Turns out their little pillow fort network isnt the first to exist. Its not even the second, or third, or hundredth. A massive network of linked-up pillow and sofa forts already spans the globe, and the kids who run it are not happy with Maggie and Abby. And they are not fooling around. With just three days to pass the North American Founding and Allied Forts Alliances outrageous entrance tests or lose the links forever, Maggie and Abby pull out all the stops to try to save their network. But the kids on NAFAFAs Council have their own agenda, and it just so happens Maggies fort might actually hold the key to a mystery thats gone unanswered for generations. Theres only a little bit of summer left to burn, and Maggie and Abby are determined to win back their pillow fort freedom. But can their missionand their scrappy homemade networksurvive the mission?...
|Title||:||Maggie & Abby's Neverending Pillow Fort|
|Number of Pages||:||304 pages|
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Maggie & Abby's Neverending Pillow Fort Reviews
A fun read!!
Two girls build pillow forts and discover they can magically travel between them and there is an entire network of secret pillow forts around the world. Maggie and Abby must perform a good deed to become a member of the pillow fort alliance. The task proves more difficult than it seems, especially when Maggie and Abby's friendship is being put to the test. This story is magical and clever, but the characters are realistic and relatable. The ending will leave readers wanting to read the next book ...more
Thank you to Will Taylor for providing #collabookation with an ARC to share.
I will admit, right off, that I thought a book about two girls building a perpetual pillow fort was going to be a quick, fluffy read. I stand corrected!
Maggie and Abby are next door neighbors and best friends, but there are fissures in their friendship. Maggie is more of an introvert, while Abby is eager to socialize with new people. What I loved most about their friendship in this book (there will be another ~ YAY!) is ...more
Absolutely adorable! Halfway through this book, I had to pause my reading... to build my own pillow fort! The rest of the book was devoured from inside Fort Book Nook. :-)
The characters--and their internal conflicts--are so very relatable and universal. The emotion in which author Will Taylor tackles friendship struggles is achingly honest and brings me back to those painful tween times. The world building of the pillow fort network was incredibly elaborate and fun. Taylor writes with both humo ...more
Special thanks to Will Taylor for sending an advance reading copy to our #bookexcursion group. All opinions are my own.
Missing her best friend Abby who has been away at Camp Cantaloupe for six weeks, Maggie builds a pillow fort in her living room. When Abby returns, Maggie is excited to spend time with Abby, but her best friend seems different. Wanting to expand their circle, Abby is eager to start their own summer camp and invite more kids to join in their games.
After Maggie builds a cabin-for ...more
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Maggie has spent her summer alone, since her mother missed the camp cut-off date and just her best friend Abby was able to go. While waiting for her best friend to return, she has created an epic pillow fort. When Abby returns home, Maggie hopes to pick right back up on their imagination adventures, but Abby is obsessed with camp. In attempt to play along, Maggie creates a pillow fort at Abby's house, but something magical happe ...more