Floors #2020

Floors Patrick Carman Floors Charlie had his chocolate factory Stanley Yelnats had his holes Leo has the wacky amazing Whippet Hotel The Whippet Hotel is a strange place full of strange and mysterious people Each floor has its o

  • Title: Floors
  • Author: Patrick Carman
  • ISBN: 9780545388405
  • Page: 318
  • Format: ebook
  • Floors Patrick Carman Charlie had his chocolate factory Stanley Yelnats had his holes Leo has the wacky, amazing Whippet Hotel The Whippet Hotel is a strange place full of strange and mysterious people Each floor has its own quirks and secrets Leo should know most of them he is the maintenance man s son, after all But a whole lot mystery gets thrown his way when a series of crypticCharlie had his chocolate factory Stanley Yelnats had his holes Leo has the wacky, amazing Whippet Hotel The Whippet Hotel is a strange place full of strange and mysterious people Each floor has its own quirks and secrets Leo should know most of them he is the maintenance man s son, after all But a whole lot mystery gets thrown his way when a series of cryptic boxes are left for him boxes that lead him to hidden floors, strange puzzles, and unexpected alliances Leo had better be quick on his feet, because the fate of the building he loves is at stake and so is Leo s own future
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    1. IT WAS soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo [...]

    2. I didn t finish this book because I absolutely COULD NOT STAND the person reading it in the audio version My first grader would be pleasant to listen to I actually listened to most of it, and did enjoy the story line, kind of whimsical very creative But the audio version ruined it for me I m not even going to rate it, I m too mad By all means give it a trybut read it, DO NOT GET THE AUDIO VERSION did I make my point clear enough P.S In fairness to Jesse Bernstein the narrator of the audio versi [...]

    3. I was intrigued by a middle grade book with ducks as significant characters I also usually like the little mystery type books And the plot was mostly interesting I had a hard time seeing a whole lot of significance to all of the things the main character had to do, but they were somewhat entertaining And, really, I don t think his demonstrations of bravery really merited the end result for someone of his age Let s be at least a little realistic But maybe I was just bugged because the book was re [...]

    4. 261 pages This was a very interesting book There is a very unusual hotel right in the middle of Manhattan with strange rooms, ducks parading to indoor pools and a boy who is trying to help his maintenance man dad keep the place up for a mysterious owner He receives a challenge and with the help of a friend, he embarks on a rather difficult journey to find clues while avoiding a nosy woman who serves as the hotel manager It is quite a detailed story and is leveled at fifth grade, but vocabulary a [...]

    5. I think Floors by Patrick Carman is a great book about a boy named Leo and he has a lot of adventures in a mysterious and wacky hotel Even ducks are there Leo brings a duck named Betty on his adventures while the headmaster of the hotel is gone Leo has found many things At the hotel, there are keys which can open doors.I recommend this book to people who like adventure and mysterious books In this book there is a lot of adventure because he opens a lot of rooms where no one has ever been He is s [...]

    6. Imagine what would happen if Willie Wonka invented a hotel That s what the Whippet Hotel reminds me of a duck pond on the roof, secret rooms, crazy elevators, robots named Blop it seems like something Wonka would make Leo and his dad live in the hotel, working as the maintenance staff to keep things running smoothly But when the owner disappears and hasn t been seen for over 100 days, things begin to unravel Read along to find out if Leo and his dad can keep the hotel put together and discover w [...]

    7. This is a great book for anyone who loved Escape From Mr Lemoncello s Library This story has the same elements whimsy, adventure, and all around fun Floors takes place in a hotel instead of a library, and instead of a treasure hunt to escape, this one is of a treasure hunt to save the hoteld there are ducks, which are pretty awesome I didn t love this one QUITE as much as Mr Lemoncello maybe because I m a big old library nerd but still a fantastic adventure.

    8. In my quest to make a reader out of my eight year old daughter, I ve taken to reading a lot of children s books with her My experience have, in general, been kind of hit or miss Sometimes I really like something, but she doesn t Others, she likes them and I don t It s always a good feeling when we find a book that bridges that gap, one that both parent and child can enjoy Floors is one such book There will be a few spoilers in this review.There is a lot about Floors to recommend it, but I was dr [...]

    9. My favorite book, this is definitely it 272 pages of imagination Leo lives in the Whippet Hotel and he s the maintenance man along with his father The Whippet Hotel, however, is unlike many hotels you may have visited Each room is full of surprises, each with an unbelievable theme From the robot room with actual robots to an entire room made of cake, this hotel exceeds the standards Leo, having worked at the hotel for years, soon finds an odd box in the elevator for him Little does he know that [...]

    10. Leo Fill is the janitor s son at the wacky Whippet Hotel But his relatively routine life of helping his widowed dad with maintenance tasks and walking the hotel s resident ducks is unexpectedly interrupted when four mysterious boxes are left for him He follows the clues to discover hidden floors, fanciful rooms, and even an unexpected friendship But Leo soon realizes that the fate of the Whippet Hotel rests in his hands Will he solve the mystery in time Floors is an entertaining, fanciful, magic [...]

    11. This was an amazing book It is about a boy named Leo who lives with his Dad and they are matinence men for The Whippet, the wackiest hotel in New York City The Whippet hotel was built by Merganzer Whippet who has mysteriously disappeared for the last one hundred days One day Leo was walking Merganzer s ducks when he found a mysterious purple box in the duck elevator with his name on it Leo goes on a journey to find of these boxes and the secret floors of the Whippet to save the hotel he lives i [...]

    12. I bought this one for my daughter because she loved the Land of Elyon series But, between Goddess Girls and Percy Jackson she is busy at the moment, so I picked it up I loved it It was like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, just as crazy, but real at the same time I loved all the wacky floors, loved the boxes, I even loved the ducks Patrick Carman has become one of my favorite children s book authors The worlds he creates are so interesting, exciting and beautiful Now I really want to be able [...]

    13. Floors by Patrick Carman is a cute little adventure With strange rooms, almost magical puzzles and ducks galore the main character, Leo, must follow the instructions of the missing owner to save his home, his job and the entire hotel Very reminiscent of Roald Dahl s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Carman takes readers through possibly the most bizarre hotel in the history of the written word This would be a great read for anyone between the ages of 7 and 14 Fans of A Series of Unfortunate Eve [...]

    14. I just finished an Advance Reading Copy of Floors, and I really enjoyed it It s action packed and full of wackiness The main character is 10 year old Leo Along with his new friend Remi and Betty the duck, Leo follows clues and riddles on an adventure to save the zany Whippet Hotel I think this book would appeal to fans of Sideways Stories from Wayside School Sachar It shares many elements with The Mysterious Benedict Society and with The Westing Game, but is lighter and less complex than those t [...]

    15. The way they that they set the serrownding is a mazing from the rooms are cinedu like a dumenchul door The book is like of an avencher therowe the hotel if your going to reed the Ceres then keep in mind the hotel is shaped like a rowbot Perlite much it seems like a good series so I recumened this book to any buty that likes avancher.

    16. 2.5 stars.Quirky and fun, a good MG book.Filled with ducks, a crazy hotel, and queer occupants, Leo and his friend will traverse the strange Whippet Hotel to find the clues left by the eccentric owner.Think Mr Magorium s Wonder Emporium meetsQuantum Conundrum.It was a okay book and I will be continuing the series though I m not sure about re reads.

    17. Really enjoyed this book A fun read from start to finish made me wish I could go back and read it as a 10 or 11 year old so I could really believe in all the fun and fantasy the book contains less

    18. I see a lot of reviewers comparing this with Charlie and the Chocolate Factory It has the same type of story line and quirky situations but generally it feels very derivative and unnecessarily non sensical.

    19. Read this easy read a few months ago, and I really liked the writer s style and all of the action happening throughout the book However, it got a little confusing towards the end, with people showing up left and right.But I would recommend this book to anyone who wants a funny, thrilling book

    20. with so many floor theres adventure where ever you turn this book is awesome i would tottally recomend this book to kids with imagenations

    21. I have book talked this book to so many readers My selling point is that it like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory but in a hotel Each room in the Whippet Hotel has its only theme the Cupcake Room, the Pinball Room, etc Leo is on a quest that is set out for him by a mysterious box that appears in the duck elevator He must complete each quest and collect the information that is left for him along with boxes, all the while trying to save the Whippet Hotel A fun read, perfect to read aloud or inde [...]

    22. I wanted to be a huge fan of this book and finish it quickly I listened to about half of it on audio and I thought it was just okay Could be I thought this because I don t find fantasy genre books that interesting from the get go Could be that the reader just wasn t my favorite Could be that I kept getting so easily distracted and then I would get refocused and ask myself what is happening Which led me to the conclusion that I should just stop listening to it because letting it play on overdrive [...]

    23. An excellent children s book A great book to read as a family This hit all the right areas for a kid and adult alike to enjoy It is cleaver writing Very entertaining storyline The rooms in this hotel are themed like an Anniversary Inn on major steroids A man with some unlimited amount of money made rooms that have life size games, trains, coasters, etc inside them Exciting and new I will check for from this author and hopfully series.

    24. A fun, fast paced adventure through a magical hotel A great read for the kids My daughter and I listened to the audio book, and enjoyed the drive to school a little It s a little Willy Wonka ish, and again fun for kids and their parents

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