Switch is a book about Gypsy Beaumont and her wild experiences. When Ms. Kim, her grandma's neighbor, calls saying that Grandma Pat needs to live with them, Gypsy is very mad: Grandma Pat is a mean, cranky grandma who hates people with Savvy. Savvy is a magical ability that every Beaumont girl gets when she turns 13. Reluctantly, the Beaumont family drives to Grandma Pat's house, where they suddenly find themselves in a thrilling adventure to find Grandma Pat. Can they bring Grandma Pat home? Find out in this exciting book!
Ingrid Law wrote a magical book filled with fantasy and wild fun! The book was very well described, like: “At the the front of the store, a small bag held what was left of holiday clearance: mesh bags of crushed chocolate Hanukkah coins; flattened marshmallow Santas; a torn package of silver confetti; a few scraggly, wilted poinsettias.” The characters were well developed; I could tell what they were feeling and thinking. I was very impressed with the theme of the book, “Family comes first.” Even though this is the third book in the Savvy series, Switch can be a stand-alone. It would help to read book one and two first, but it isn’t needed. I would recommend this book for ages 8 and up.