Sophie loves the hidden shop below her parents’ bookstore, where dreams are secretly bought and sold. Sophie is fascinated by dreams – from good dreams to nightmares – because she has never had a single dream of her own.
When the dream shop is robbed, and her parents go missing, Sophie must discover the truth to save them. Together with her best friend – a wisecracking loyal monster named Monster – she must decide whom to trust with her family’s secrets.
I want the Dreamcatcher Bookshop to be a real place. Not only do they sell books, but they also sell cupcakes. Those are my two favorite things. You can sit and read a book while eating a cupcake. How great is that?!
I feel like this book could be made into a Disney/Pixar movie. It’s sweet but heart-wrenching at the same time.
This book features another one of my favorite things: Dreams. Dreams are great. This story has every type of dream you can think of and a few you wouldn’t think of.
With that, I will now tell you about my top 3 dreams:
Dream #1: I’m driving down the street very badly, running into stuff and people. And my Dad is running behind me yelling, “YOU’RE GOOD! YOU’RE GOOD!”
Dream #2: I’m flying at the beach. I’ve maybe had three different flying dreams, but this is the one I remember the most vividly. When you have a flying dream, it feels so real that you feel like you can really fly when you wake up. But you never can.
Dream #3: I’m in a warehouse, and I’m eating ice cream out of industrial-sized barrels. I’m scooping it into my mouth with my hands. And somehow, I get my hands on a cookie the size of a Frisbee, and I use the cookie to scoop up some ice cream, and I somehow stuff the whole cookie in my mouth. BEST DREAM EVER!
If you have had any fantastic, interesting, or just plain weird dreams, post a comment about your dream below.
I recommend this book to anyone who loves dreams, even the scary ones.