Review: ODD AND THE FROST GIANTS by Neil Gaiman

Odd is a young, small boy who leaves the house of his widowed mother and angry stepfather behind and heads for his father’s old cabin in the woods.  It is there that he encounters a fox, a bear and an eagle, yet these characters turn out to be much more than meets the eye.  Neil Gaiman’s (The Graveyard Book, Newbery Award recipient 2008) adventure story weaves Norse mythology into an unexpected plot that leaves the reader feeling oddly pleasant.

*This book would be a great read-aloud for Grades 1-3!

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