Bloomability by Sharon Creech Book Review!

Published June 5, 2018 by Shay Taree

So I decided to read this book by the name of Bloomability mostly because I remembered reading this book as a kid. I really enjoyed reading this book and to see if it was as good as I remembered I decided to read it again.

Bloomability is about a girl by the name of Dominica Santalina Doone nicknamed Dinnie who moves around with her family a lot. After her sister Stella has a baby she ends up leaving with her Uncle Max and Aunt Sandy on an opportunity. This opportunity is for her to go to a private school in Switzerland where she makes tons of new friends.

While in Switzerland she meets Gurthie and Lila and they become friends along with many others.

Bloomability tells the story about a young girl that starts off wanting to keep things the same and also her old and new life separate. But as the year continues in Switzerland she starts to see both these worlds come together and also grows as a person.

After reading this book I realized that I loved this book just as much as I did as a kid. The only thing that I wanted more of was I wanted to see more of Dinnie growing. We got small glimpses of it at different times but I just wish there was more of her explaining her feelings. Also I of course would have wanted a sequel to this book.

Overall though I enjoyed this story and I think that many of you will too. You can purchase the book iBooks and I’m also sure that you can purchase it on Amazon as well. So check out this book and if you haven’t comment down below and let me know what you thought of it.

~Shay Taree

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