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Curse of the Broomstaff: Takes Out the Trash

On the seventh day of the Third Annual Half-Birthday Bash, I give to you a review of Tyler Whitesides' Janitors: Curse of the Broomstaff (book three) and a giveaway for a box set of the Janitors series.

Curse of the Broomstaff (Janitors, #3)Curse of the Broomstaff by Tyler Whitesides

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Janitors series is a fun set of youth literature that is still very readable for the seasoned adult audience. High adventure is found lurking within these pages situated within the rugged terrain navigated by students, adults, but the best part is the janitors.

There is something to be said for the unsung heroes who keep our schools clean by battling the daily grunge. The lead characters, Spencer and Daisy, lead the Rebels to meet the Glop with destruction. The cover art is as intriguing as the tale, with each chapter taking you around new corners. This finale to the series is a triumph over trash, making it perfection.

Young people will enjoy diving into this unearthly realm. Trash and all.

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