Hannah is full of 13-year-old-girl energy; her plans, despite good intentions, don’t always turn out as she imagines, but there is no questioning her heart. - Booklist
A delightful plot-driven tale of perseverance that explores themes of bullying, friendship, persistence, and creative problem solving. - Quill & Quire
The story is able to provide life-lessons about friendship, resourcefulness and responsibility. - Canadian Materials magazine
Teachers and librarians could also use Operation Josh Taylor to introduce readers to other books about strong girls and loyal friendships such as Rebecca Steads’ When You Reach me, Jeanne Birdsall’s Penderwicks novels, or any number of novels by Judy Blume, Karen Cushman, Paula Danzinger, Kate DiCamillo, Lois Lowry, or Katherine Paterson. - Resource Links
This sweet story about friendship and growing up never lapses into heavy-handed moralizing. An engaging, fun read, sure to please many teens. - Canadian Children’s Book News
In her bright and breezy middle-grade novel, Melody Fitzpatrick captures all the drama and angst of middle school life as Hannah catapults through the full spectrum of emotions - Canadian Children’s Book News
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