Carl Hiaasen
A book for young readers. It involves new kids, bullies, alligators, eco-warriors, pancakes, and pint-sized owls. A hilarious Floridian adventure!


Reviewed: 2016-08-16

This is a great story because it has adventure, conflict, crime, friendship and family relationships, and two intertwining plots that keep readers riveted to it.  I also liked this story because although its title is Hoot, we don’t find out about the motivation of the characters to save the owls until midway through the story.  I was riveted to the two plots because I really wanted to know if Roy was going to be able to resolve Dana’s bullying through his clever antics, whether Roy was going to meet Mullet Fingers and whether or not they would remain friends after they saved the owls, and whether or not the pancake house would ultimately be prevented from being built.


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