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READ & REVIEWED: The World Ends in April by Stacy McAnulty

Stacy McAnulty's The World Ends in April is a story about dealing with change, anxiety and friendship problems.

Stacy McAnulty middle grade children book The World Ends in April

Book recommendation by Little E and bookstore recommendation by yours truly! In Stacy McAnulty's middle-grade novel, The World Ends in April, Eleanor believes the world is ending after reading a scientist's prediction that an asteroid will strike Earth in April. Eleanor starts preparing for the Armageddon, while dealing with the anxiety of the world ending and her best friend going away to a special school for the blind.

Stacy McAnulty middle grade children book The World Ends in April

Little E says, "The story's premise is like nothing I had read before, so I found it very interesting. The story is not so much about a global disaster but about dealing with change, anxiety and friendship problems. I recommend this book for tweens and those older."

Stacy McAnulty middle grade children book The World Ends in April

Little E had wanted this book for her birthday but I couldn't find it at local bookstores and Book Depository was no more. So I'm pretty glad when my online search took me to the Experal Singapore store on Shopee. The book was reasonably priced and delivered within a day or two after I ordered. I'm very pleased with our purchase and my discovery of this online store so I'm sharing about it here - yup, not a sponsored post!


Experal Singapore is also on Lazada and you can purchase directly from its website at Experal.com too. Oh and I happened to see that there will be special 9.9 prices at Experal Singapore's Shopee store 🤗 Go have a browse! I was pleasantly surprised by their range - there are global bestsellers, popular fiction & non-fiction and even asessment and music books! 😄 Happy reading!


Disclaimer: We paid for book, and my opinions and reviews here are strictly my and my family’s own.


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