By Victoria Forester
The Girl Who Could Fly is a book about a girl—obviously, a girl who could fly. Her name is Piper, Piper McCloud. It all began a few days after she was born. It would be an ordinary day when all of a sudden Piper would slip off the counter, and instead of landing flat on her bottom and crying and screaming like most babies, she would just float. Her mother wouldn’t let her go to school, to parties, to dinners. Piper began to get mad. So one day she decides to jump off the roof.
Piper’s world begins to get all mixed up as this well-written book continues. At first, I felt happy and excited for Piper. At the end, I felt sort of sad. I think Victoria Forester does a wonderful job describing the emotions Piper has. When Piper flies, you feel her emotions, like when she is in the air, she feels excited and happy but is also very lonely. You can tell Victoria Forester spent a lot of time on each and every sentence.
I think everyone should read this book.
Reviewed by Alice