Title: Little Bigfoot, Big City
Author: Jennifer Weiner
Narrated by: Emma Galvin, Keith Nobbs, Jen Ponton
Publisher: Simon & Shuster Audio
Length: Approximately 7 hours and 43 minutes
Source: Review Copy from Simon & Shuster Audio. Thank-you!
Little Bigfoot, Big City is the wonderful follow-up novel to the Littlest Bigfoot. Penelope and I really enjoyed the first book and were excited to read the second book.
Alice Mayfair found at the end of the 1st book that she is not exactly human. If she is not human, then what is she? As Alice tries to investigate where she came from, her friend Millie, who is a little bigfoot, tries to figure out how to get on a singing show in New York City. She uses her friend Jessica Jarvis to be her “face” while she provides the powerful singing voice. Jeremy’s research into bigfoot has made him a target of a shadowy organization that is searching for the same thing. Will our three heroes find their happy endings?
Penelope and I enjoyed this second book in the series. The story is told in alternating chapters by the three different main characters. Penelope really wanted to know more about what exactly Alice was and where she came. She said the mystery was her favorite part. There were some satisfying answers, but the book ultimately was left with a cliffhanger. We looked and didn’t see a book three. NOOO!!! I hope that a conclusion to this trilogy comes out at some point. Penelope liked the friendship between Millie and Alice and the questions of belonging.
My thirteen-year-old son Daniel listened with us as well. He primarily liked Jeremy’s search for answers and the mystery.