The Prisoner of Snowflake Falls by John Lekich
Orca, 2012. 9781554699780.
Interest level: Grade 5 and up.
Raised by a thief to be a thief, 15 year old Henry Holloway nevertheless has a strong code of slightly crooked ethics. When he finally gets apprehended in a B&E and sentenced by the courts, he gets put into care with an endearing family of misfits in Snowflake Falls. Just as he is beginning to settle in with this peculiar group, his Uncle Andy turns up wanting his help. Is “once a thief, always a thief” always true?
11 thoughts on “The Prisoner of Snowflake Falls”
It’s a very fun and exciting novel. The end is not the best but the rest is really good 🙂
who ever said a crook can’t have a bar code. A funny book with many twist’s and a family member in jail?! must read!
I like how Henry hides in the treehouse in the beginning
Quite a boring book not that much action
Some moments were kinda intense
i do not agree :!!
You are totally right sorry John
that boy should stop stealing, i like the book
the ending i got to admit is a little wierd :S
Like the book.
I love how he is nice and how he cleans up when he steals!
this book is very good!!!!!!!!!!!