Clara Voyant

Clara Voyant

Clara can't believe her no-nonsense grandmother has just up and moved to Florida, leaving Clara and her mother on their own for the first time. This means her mother can finally "follow her bliss," which involves moving to a tiny apartment in Kensington Market, working at a herbal remedy shop and trying to develop her so-called mystical powers. Clara tries to make the best Clara can't believe her no-nonsense grandmother has just up and moved to Florida, leaving Clara and her mother on their o...

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Title:Clara Voyant
Author:Rachelle Delaney
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Genres:Childrens
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:224 pages pages

Clara Voyant Reviews

  • Laura
    Nov 19, 2017

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

    I've been trying to think about what to say in this review for over a month now, and I'm still not sure. This was a cute middle grade contemporary with a bit of mystery and mysticism. Clara is at a new school and has moved into a new neighborhood. I enjoyed the little plot throughout, ...

    "A wise person once told me that people are in charge of their own destinies. You can't decide what will happen to you, but you can decide how you'll react." The book is based on Clara, a girl who doesn't believe in mystical powers & superstitions and calls all those things "woo...

    Kids don't always agree with what parents ideals are. Clara is stuck with a "woo" mother who has a beaded doorway, and has a great aunt who was a witch, and makes herbal remedies for people. Clara just wants a normal life, with normal kids, in a normal school. And she wants to be a jou...

  • Wensday
    Nov 22, 2017

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

    I've been trying to think about what to say in this review for over a month now, and I'm still not sure. This was a cute middle grade contemporary with a bit of mystery and mysticism. Clara is at a new school and has moved into a new neighborhood. I enjoyed the little plot throughout, ...

    "A wise person once told me that people are in charge of their own destinies. You can't decide what will happen to you, but you can decide how you'll react." The book is based on Clara, a girl who doesn't believe in mystical powers & superstitions and calls all those things "woo...

    Kids don't always agree with what parents ideals are. Clara is stuck with a "woo" mother who has a beaded doorway, and has a great aunt who was a witch, and makes herbal remedies for people. Clara just wants a normal life, with normal kids, in a normal school. And she wants to be a jou...

    I loved this book! I absolutely believe in these sort of mystical things like clairvoyance, horoscopes, reading tea leaves, herbal thingies (not exactly sure what to call them), and all the other things mentioned in this book. I connected with all the characters, even the terror of a c...

    This is a cute little book with a cuter message at its heart. While the story picked up some pace only almost after half the book and the dialogues had rough edges, they are not huge complaints. I loved hanging out at Kingston Market with Clara and Gaby and their weird, kind friends. I...

    Such a fantastic read, with a hilarious concept, a quirky cast of characters, and Rachelle Delaney's trademark humour throughout. Plus: best cover ever! ...

    I thought the book was really cute and would suggest it for those 9-12 years old although it will be enjoyed by all age groups. The book flowed along and the characters were not 2-dimensional. Sometimes in life we don't get what we want, but we have to play the cards we're dealt. I wou...

  • Stephanie ((Strazzybooks))
    Apr 23, 2018

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

  • Tanya Kyi
    Nov 28, 2017

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

    I've been trying to think about what to say in this review for over a month now, and I'm still not sure. This was a cute middle grade contemporary with a bit of mystery and mysticism. Clara is at a new school and has moved into a new neighborhood. I enjoyed the little plot throughout, ...

    "A wise person once told me that people are in charge of their own destinies. You can't decide what will happen to you, but you can decide how you'll react." The book is based on Clara, a girl who doesn't believe in mystical powers & superstitions and calls all those things "woo...

    Kids don't always agree with what parents ideals are. Clara is stuck with a "woo" mother who has a beaded doorway, and has a great aunt who was a witch, and makes herbal remedies for people. Clara just wants a normal life, with normal kids, in a normal school. And she wants to be a jou...

    I loved this book! I absolutely believe in these sort of mystical things like clairvoyance, horoscopes, reading tea leaves, herbal thingies (not exactly sure what to call them), and all the other things mentioned in this book. I connected with all the characters, even the terror of a c...

    This is a cute little book with a cuter message at its heart. While the story picked up some pace only almost after half the book and the dialogues had rough edges, they are not huge complaints. I loved hanging out at Kingston Market with Clara and Gaby and their weird, kind friends. I...

    Such a fantastic read, with a hilarious concept, a quirky cast of characters, and Rachelle Delaney's trademark humour throughout. Plus: best cover ever! ...

  • Pop Bop
    Nov 18, 2017

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

    I've been trying to think about what to say in this review for over a month now, and I'm still not sure. This was a cute middle grade contemporary with a bit of mystery and mysticism. Clara is at a new school and has moved into a new neighborhood. I enjoyed the little plot throughout, ...

    "A wise person once told me that people are in charge of their own destinies. You can't decide what will happen to you, but you can decide how you'll react." The book is based on Clara, a girl who doesn't believe in mystical powers & superstitions and calls all those things "woo...

    Kids don't always agree with what parents ideals are. Clara is stuck with a "woo" mother who has a beaded doorway, and has a great aunt who was a witch, and makes herbal remedies for people. Clara just wants a normal life, with normal kids, in a normal school. And she wants to be a jou...

    I loved this book! I absolutely believe in these sort of mystical things like clairvoyance, horoscopes, reading tea leaves, herbal thingies (not exactly sure what to call them), and all the other things mentioned in this book. I connected with all the characters, even the terror of a c...

    This is a cute little book with a cuter message at its heart. While the story picked up some pace only almost after half the book and the dialogues had rough edges, they are not huge complaints. I loved hanging out at Kingston Market with Clara and Gaby and their weird, kind friends. I...

    Such a fantastic read, with a hilarious concept, a quirky cast of characters, and Rachelle Delaney's trademark humour throughout. Plus: best cover ever! ...

    I thought the book was really cute and would suggest it for those 9-12 years old although it will be enjoyed by all age groups. The book flowed along and the characters were not 2-dimensional. Sometimes in life we don't get what we want, but we have to play the cards we're dealt. I wou...

    I forgot to write a review last year so here it is: I did like this book, I think that it can almost bring back memories from middle school. I would recommend this book for the ones that feel like reading something simple, and yet with a good plot. ...

    I got an ARC copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara Voyant was a book about Clara Costa, a girl who didn't believe in things like magic or "woo" her grandmother, Elaine, would say. Unlike her grandmother, her mother Gaby, believed and liked these ki...

    A Switch on the Family Cozy Usually, in my experience, when you have a warm and fuzzy family/neighborhood cozy it's powered by a big-hearted and optimistic kid heroine who thaws out the frosty adults around her. Very Pollyanna, (which, by the way, is a way better book than common me...

  • MissBecka
    May 12, 2018

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

  • Vikki VanSickle
    Mar 31, 2018

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

  • Deepika Ramesh
    Dec 03, 2017

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

    I've been trying to think about what to say in this review for over a month now, and I'm still not sure. This was a cute middle grade contemporary with a bit of mystery and mysticism. Clara is at a new school and has moved into a new neighborhood. I enjoyed the little plot throughout, ...

    "A wise person once told me that people are in charge of their own destinies. You can't decide what will happen to you, but you can decide how you'll react." The book is based on Clara, a girl who doesn't believe in mystical powers & superstitions and calls all those things "woo...

    Kids don't always agree with what parents ideals are. Clara is stuck with a "woo" mother who has a beaded doorway, and has a great aunt who was a witch, and makes herbal remedies for people. Clara just wants a normal life, with normal kids, in a normal school. And she wants to be a jou...

    I loved this book! I absolutely believe in these sort of mystical things like clairvoyance, horoscopes, reading tea leaves, herbal thingies (not exactly sure what to call them), and all the other things mentioned in this book. I connected with all the characters, even the terror of a c...

    This is a cute little book with a cuter message at its heart. While the story picked up some pace only almost after half the book and the dialogues had rough edges, they are not huge complaints. I loved hanging out at Kingston Market with Clara and Gaby and their weird, kind friends. I...

  • Kat
    Dec 01, 2017

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

    I've been trying to think about what to say in this review for over a month now, and I'm still not sure. This was a cute middle grade contemporary with a bit of mystery and mysticism. Clara is at a new school and has moved into a new neighborhood. I enjoyed the little plot throughout, ...

    "A wise person once told me that people are in charge of their own destinies. You can't decide what will happen to you, but you can decide how you'll react." The book is based on Clara, a girl who doesn't believe in mystical powers & superstitions and calls all those things "woo...

    Kids don't always agree with what parents ideals are. Clara is stuck with a "woo" mother who has a beaded doorway, and has a great aunt who was a witch, and makes herbal remedies for people. Clara just wants a normal life, with normal kids, in a normal school. And she wants to be a jou...

    I loved this book! I absolutely believe in these sort of mystical things like clairvoyance, horoscopes, reading tea leaves, herbal thingies (not exactly sure what to call them), and all the other things mentioned in this book. I connected with all the characters, even the terror of a c...

    This is a cute little book with a cuter message at its heart. While the story picked up some pace only almost after half the book and the dialogues had rough edges, they are not huge complaints. I loved hanging out at Kingston Market with Clara and Gaby and their weird, kind friends. I...

    Such a fantastic read, with a hilarious concept, a quirky cast of characters, and Rachelle Delaney's trademark humour throughout. Plus: best cover ever! ...

    I thought the book was really cute and would suggest it for those 9-12 years old although it will be enjoyed by all age groups. The book flowed along and the characters were not 2-dimensional. Sometimes in life we don't get what we want, but we have to play the cards we're dealt. I wou...

    I forgot to write a review last year so here it is: I did like this book, I think that it can almost bring back memories from middle school. I would recommend this book for the ones that feel like reading something simple, and yet with a good plot. ...

    I got an ARC copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara Voyant was a book about Clara Costa, a girl who didn't believe in things like magic or "woo" her grandmother, Elaine, would say. Unlike her grandmother, her mother Gaby, believed and liked these ki...

    A Switch on the Family Cozy Usually, in my experience, when you have a warm and fuzzy family/neighborhood cozy it's powered by a big-hearted and optimistic kid heroine who thaws out the frosty adults around her. Very Pollyanna, (which, by the way, is a way better book than common me...

    I was fortunate to receive a digital ARC of Rachelle Delaney?s Clara Voyant via Net Galley, thanks to the lovely folks over at Penguin Random House Canada. When I saw the adorable cover and title, I knew I needed to pick this book up. The novel tells the story of sixth grader, Clara,...

    Thank you to Netgally and Penguin Random House Canada for the free advance readers copy for my honest review. 4/5 Stars! ( 4 stars because I really wish this was a graphic novel. hehe) ~~~Clara can't believe her no-nonsense grandmother has just up and moved to Florida, leaving Cl...

    I received a copy of this novel from the publisher via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review. Clara Voyant tells the story of young, pragmatic Clara. A 13-year-old girl who recently had her world turned upside down by her grandmother?s move to Florida and her mother?s dec...

    Clara Voyant by Rachelle Delaney is all about a girl named Clara who does not believe in "woo" as her grandmother Elaine calls it. Her mother Gaby, and her best friend Mauve, however are all about the woo. Gaby works in a store selling herbs and making potions to cure people's ailments...

    I was provided an ARC by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This story was so fun and mystical! Clara is a sixth grader who dreams of writing hard-hitting articles for her middle school newspaper, but she gets stuck writing the horoscopes. This is horrible for Clara sinc...

    *POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD? BEWARE* Before the review, I just want to say that the cover is PHENOMENAL!! Clara Voyant was an exceptional novel. It?s one of those novels where once you get hooked; it?s hard to put down. You really get drawn into the story, especially with the ...

    This is a book that I somehow ended up with at the end of Bookcon, so I didnt know anything about it. Now I typically dont read middle grade but this was cute for what it was. In this story we follow Clara, a sixth grader, who is getting used to living with just her mother. Her ...

    #claravoyant #netgalley What a sweet, realistic book for children! Clara doesn't believe in magical powers. She is a rational, practical thinker. When her Grandmother moves to Florida, she and her Mom are on their own for really the first time. Her free-spirited mother has decided to ...

  • [Shai] The Bibliophage
    Jun 10, 2018

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

  • Evelina | AvalinahsBooks
    May 03, 2018

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

  • Rini Budihartati
    Mar 25, 2018

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

    I've been trying to think about what to say in this review for over a month now, and I'm still not sure. This was a cute middle grade contemporary with a bit of mystery and mysticism. Clara is at a new school and has moved into a new neighborhood. I enjoyed the little plot throughout, ...

    "A wise person once told me that people are in charge of their own destinies. You can't decide what will happen to you, but you can decide how you'll react." The book is based on Clara, a girl who doesn't believe in mystical powers & superstitions and calls all those things "woo...

    Kids don't always agree with what parents ideals are. Clara is stuck with a "woo" mother who has a beaded doorway, and has a great aunt who was a witch, and makes herbal remedies for people. Clara just wants a normal life, with normal kids, in a normal school. And she wants to be a jou...

    I loved this book! I absolutely believe in these sort of mystical things like clairvoyance, horoscopes, reading tea leaves, herbal thingies (not exactly sure what to call them), and all the other things mentioned in this book. I connected with all the characters, even the terror of a c...

    This is a cute little book with a cuter message at its heart. While the story picked up some pace only almost after half the book and the dialogues had rough edges, they are not huge complaints. I loved hanging out at Kingston Market with Clara and Gaby and their weird, kind friends. I...

    Such a fantastic read, with a hilarious concept, a quirky cast of characters, and Rachelle Delaney's trademark humour throughout. Plus: best cover ever! ...

    I thought the book was really cute and would suggest it for those 9-12 years old although it will be enjoyed by all age groups. The book flowed along and the characters were not 2-dimensional. Sometimes in life we don't get what we want, but we have to play the cards we're dealt. I wou...

    I forgot to write a review last year so here it is: I did like this book, I think that it can almost bring back memories from middle school. I would recommend this book for the ones that feel like reading something simple, and yet with a good plot. ...

    I got an ARC copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara Voyant was a book about Clara Costa, a girl who didn't believe in things like magic or "woo" her grandmother, Elaine, would say. Unlike her grandmother, her mother Gaby, believed and liked these ki...

  • Laly
    Dec 27, 2017

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

    I've been trying to think about what to say in this review for over a month now, and I'm still not sure. This was a cute middle grade contemporary with a bit of mystery and mysticism. Clara is at a new school and has moved into a new neighborhood. I enjoyed the little plot throughout, ...

    "A wise person once told me that people are in charge of their own destinies. You can't decide what will happen to you, but you can decide how you'll react." The book is based on Clara, a girl who doesn't believe in mystical powers & superstitions and calls all those things "woo...

    Kids don't always agree with what parents ideals are. Clara is stuck with a "woo" mother who has a beaded doorway, and has a great aunt who was a witch, and makes herbal remedies for people. Clara just wants a normal life, with normal kids, in a normal school. And she wants to be a jou...

    I loved this book! I absolutely believe in these sort of mystical things like clairvoyance, horoscopes, reading tea leaves, herbal thingies (not exactly sure what to call them), and all the other things mentioned in this book. I connected with all the characters, even the terror of a c...

    This is a cute little book with a cuter message at its heart. While the story picked up some pace only almost after half the book and the dialogues had rough edges, they are not huge complaints. I loved hanging out at Kingston Market with Clara and Gaby and their weird, kind friends. I...

    Such a fantastic read, with a hilarious concept, a quirky cast of characters, and Rachelle Delaney's trademark humour throughout. Plus: best cover ever! ...

    I thought the book was really cute and would suggest it for those 9-12 years old although it will be enjoyed by all age groups. The book flowed along and the characters were not 2-dimensional. Sometimes in life we don't get what we want, but we have to play the cards we're dealt. I wou...

    I forgot to write a review last year so here it is: I did like this book, I think that it can almost bring back memories from middle school. I would recommend this book for the ones that feel like reading something simple, and yet with a good plot. ...

    I got an ARC copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara Voyant was a book about Clara Costa, a girl who didn't believe in things like magic or "woo" her grandmother, Elaine, would say. Unlike her grandmother, her mother Gaby, believed and liked these ki...

    A Switch on the Family Cozy Usually, in my experience, when you have a warm and fuzzy family/neighborhood cozy it's powered by a big-hearted and optimistic kid heroine who thaws out the frosty adults around her. Very Pollyanna, (which, by the way, is a way better book than common me...

    I was fortunate to receive a digital ARC of Rachelle Delaney?s Clara Voyant via Net Galley, thanks to the lovely folks over at Penguin Random House Canada. When I saw the adorable cover and title, I knew I needed to pick this book up. The novel tells the story of sixth grader, Clara,...

    Thank you to Netgally and Penguin Random House Canada for the free advance readers copy for my honest review. 4/5 Stars! ( 4 stars because I really wish this was a graphic novel. hehe) ~~~Clara can't believe her no-nonsense grandmother has just up and moved to Florida, leaving Cl...

    I received a copy of this novel from the publisher via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review. Clara Voyant tells the story of young, pragmatic Clara. A 13-year-old girl who recently had her world turned upside down by her grandmother?s move to Florida and her mother?s dec...

  • Lisa (Remarkablylisa)
    Jun 17, 2018

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

  • Karen Upper
    May 23, 2018

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

  • Grace Bowling
    Nov 23, 2017

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

    I've been trying to think about what to say in this review for over a month now, and I'm still not sure. This was a cute middle grade contemporary with a bit of mystery and mysticism. Clara is at a new school and has moved into a new neighborhood. I enjoyed the little plot throughout, ...

    "A wise person once told me that people are in charge of their own destinies. You can't decide what will happen to you, but you can decide how you'll react." The book is based on Clara, a girl who doesn't believe in mystical powers & superstitions and calls all those things "woo...

    Kids don't always agree with what parents ideals are. Clara is stuck with a "woo" mother who has a beaded doorway, and has a great aunt who was a witch, and makes herbal remedies for people. Clara just wants a normal life, with normal kids, in a normal school. And she wants to be a jou...

    I loved this book! I absolutely believe in these sort of mystical things like clairvoyance, horoscopes, reading tea leaves, herbal thingies (not exactly sure what to call them), and all the other things mentioned in this book. I connected with all the characters, even the terror of a c...

    This is a cute little book with a cuter message at its heart. While the story picked up some pace only almost after half the book and the dialogues had rough edges, they are not huge complaints. I loved hanging out at Kingston Market with Clara and Gaby and their weird, kind friends. I...

    Such a fantastic read, with a hilarious concept, a quirky cast of characters, and Rachelle Delaney's trademark humour throughout. Plus: best cover ever! ...

    I thought the book was really cute and would suggest it for those 9-12 years old although it will be enjoyed by all age groups. The book flowed along and the characters were not 2-dimensional. Sometimes in life we don't get what we want, but we have to play the cards we're dealt. I wou...

    I forgot to write a review last year so here it is: I did like this book, I think that it can almost bring back memories from middle school. I would recommend this book for the ones that feel like reading something simple, and yet with a good plot. ...

    I got an ARC copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara Voyant was a book about Clara Costa, a girl who didn't believe in things like magic or "woo" her grandmother, Elaine, would say. Unlike her grandmother, her mother Gaby, believed and liked these ki...

    A Switch on the Family Cozy Usually, in my experience, when you have a warm and fuzzy family/neighborhood cozy it's powered by a big-hearted and optimistic kid heroine who thaws out the frosty adults around her. Very Pollyanna, (which, by the way, is a way better book than common me...

    I was fortunate to receive a digital ARC of Rachelle Delaney?s Clara Voyant via Net Galley, thanks to the lovely folks over at Penguin Random House Canada. When I saw the adorable cover and title, I knew I needed to pick this book up. The novel tells the story of sixth grader, Clara,...

    Thank you to Netgally and Penguin Random House Canada for the free advance readers copy for my honest review. 4/5 Stars! ( 4 stars because I really wish this was a graphic novel. hehe) ~~~Clara can't believe her no-nonsense grandmother has just up and moved to Florida, leaving Cl...

    I received a copy of this novel from the publisher via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review. Clara Voyant tells the story of young, pragmatic Clara. A 13-year-old girl who recently had her world turned upside down by her grandmother?s move to Florida and her mother?s dec...

    Clara Voyant by Rachelle Delaney is all about a girl named Clara who does not believe in "woo" as her grandmother Elaine calls it. Her mother Gaby, and her best friend Mauve, however are all about the woo. Gaby works in a store selling herbs and making potions to cure people's ailments...

  • Manon
    May 14, 2018

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

  • Faizal
    May 23, 2018

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

    I've been trying to think about what to say in this review for over a month now, and I'm still not sure. This was a cute middle grade contemporary with a bit of mystery and mysticism. Clara is at a new school and has moved into a new neighborhood. I enjoyed the little plot throughout, ...

    "A wise person once told me that people are in charge of their own destinies. You can't decide what will happen to you, but you can decide how you'll react." The book is based on Clara, a girl who doesn't believe in mystical powers & superstitions and calls all those things "woo...

    Kids don't always agree with what parents ideals are. Clara is stuck with a "woo" mother who has a beaded doorway, and has a great aunt who was a witch, and makes herbal remedies for people. Clara just wants a normal life, with normal kids, in a normal school. And she wants to be a jou...

    I loved this book! I absolutely believe in these sort of mystical things like clairvoyance, horoscopes, reading tea leaves, herbal thingies (not exactly sure what to call them), and all the other things mentioned in this book. I connected with all the characters, even the terror of a c...

    This is a cute little book with a cuter message at its heart. While the story picked up some pace only almost after half the book and the dialogues had rough edges, they are not huge complaints. I loved hanging out at Kingston Market with Clara and Gaby and their weird, kind friends. I...

    Such a fantastic read, with a hilarious concept, a quirky cast of characters, and Rachelle Delaney's trademark humour throughout. Plus: best cover ever! ...

    I thought the book was really cute and would suggest it for those 9-12 years old although it will be enjoyed by all age groups. The book flowed along and the characters were not 2-dimensional. Sometimes in life we don't get what we want, but we have to play the cards we're dealt. I wou...

    I forgot to write a review last year so here it is: I did like this book, I think that it can almost bring back memories from middle school. I would recommend this book for the ones that feel like reading something simple, and yet with a good plot. ...

    I got an ARC copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara Voyant was a book about Clara Costa, a girl who didn't believe in things like magic or "woo" her grandmother, Elaine, would say. Unlike her grandmother, her mother Gaby, believed and liked these ki...

    A Switch on the Family Cozy Usually, in my experience, when you have a warm and fuzzy family/neighborhood cozy it's powered by a big-hearted and optimistic kid heroine who thaws out the frosty adults around her. Very Pollyanna, (which, by the way, is a way better book than common me...

    I was fortunate to receive a digital ARC of Rachelle Delaney?s Clara Voyant via Net Galley, thanks to the lovely folks over at Penguin Random House Canada. When I saw the adorable cover and title, I knew I needed to pick this book up. The novel tells the story of sixth grader, Clara,...

    Thank you to Netgally and Penguin Random House Canada for the free advance readers copy for my honest review. 4/5 Stars! ( 4 stars because I really wish this was a graphic novel. hehe) ~~~Clara can't believe her no-nonsense grandmother has just up and moved to Florida, leaving Cl...

    I received a copy of this novel from the publisher via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review. Clara Voyant tells the story of young, pragmatic Clara. A 13-year-old girl who recently had her world turned upside down by her grandmother?s move to Florida and her mother?s dec...

    Clara Voyant by Rachelle Delaney is all about a girl named Clara who does not believe in "woo" as her grandmother Elaine calls it. Her mother Gaby, and her best friend Mauve, however are all about the woo. Gaby works in a store selling herbs and making potions to cure people's ailments...

    I was provided an ARC by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This story was so fun and mystical! Clara is a sixth grader who dreams of writing hard-hitting articles for her middle school newspaper, but she gets stuck writing the horoscopes. This is horrible for Clara sinc...

    *POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD? BEWARE* Before the review, I just want to say that the cover is PHENOMENAL!! Clara Voyant was an exceptional novel. It?s one of those novels where once you get hooked; it?s hard to put down. You really get drawn into the story, especially with the ...

  • Shelby M. (Read and Find Out)
    May 30, 2018

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

    I've been trying to think about what to say in this review for over a month now, and I'm still not sure. This was a cute middle grade contemporary with a bit of mystery and mysticism. Clara is at a new school and has moved into a new neighborhood. I enjoyed the little plot throughout, ...

  • Mostly Book Reviews
    May 14, 2018

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

    I've been trying to think about what to say in this review for over a month now, and I'm still not sure. This was a cute middle grade contemporary with a bit of mystery and mysticism. Clara is at a new school and has moved into a new neighborhood. I enjoyed the little plot throughout, ...

    "A wise person once told me that people are in charge of their own destinies. You can't decide what will happen to you, but you can decide how you'll react." The book is based on Clara, a girl who doesn't believe in mystical powers & superstitions and calls all those things "woo...

    Kids don't always agree with what parents ideals are. Clara is stuck with a "woo" mother who has a beaded doorway, and has a great aunt who was a witch, and makes herbal remedies for people. Clara just wants a normal life, with normal kids, in a normal school. And she wants to be a jou...

    I loved this book! I absolutely believe in these sort of mystical things like clairvoyance, horoscopes, reading tea leaves, herbal thingies (not exactly sure what to call them), and all the other things mentioned in this book. I connected with all the characters, even the terror of a c...

    This is a cute little book with a cuter message at its heart. While the story picked up some pace only almost after half the book and the dialogues had rough edges, they are not huge complaints. I loved hanging out at Kingston Market with Clara and Gaby and their weird, kind friends. I...

    Such a fantastic read, with a hilarious concept, a quirky cast of characters, and Rachelle Delaney's trademark humour throughout. Plus: best cover ever! ...

    I thought the book was really cute and would suggest it for those 9-12 years old although it will be enjoyed by all age groups. The book flowed along and the characters were not 2-dimensional. Sometimes in life we don't get what we want, but we have to play the cards we're dealt. I wou...

    I forgot to write a review last year so here it is: I did like this book, I think that it can almost bring back memories from middle school. I would recommend this book for the ones that feel like reading something simple, and yet with a good plot. ...

    I got an ARC copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara Voyant was a book about Clara Costa, a girl who didn't believe in things like magic or "woo" her grandmother, Elaine, would say. Unlike her grandmother, her mother Gaby, believed and liked these ki...

    A Switch on the Family Cozy Usually, in my experience, when you have a warm and fuzzy family/neighborhood cozy it's powered by a big-hearted and optimistic kid heroine who thaws out the frosty adults around her. Very Pollyanna, (which, by the way, is a way better book than common me...

    I was fortunate to receive a digital ARC of Rachelle Delaney?s Clara Voyant via Net Galley, thanks to the lovely folks over at Penguin Random House Canada. When I saw the adorable cover and title, I knew I needed to pick this book up. The novel tells the story of sixth grader, Clara,...

    Thank you to Netgally and Penguin Random House Canada for the free advance readers copy for my honest review. 4/5 Stars! ( 4 stars because I really wish this was a graphic novel. hehe) ~~~Clara can't believe her no-nonsense grandmother has just up and moved to Florida, leaving Cl...

  • Elisheva Rina
    Dec 21, 2017

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

    I've been trying to think about what to say in this review for over a month now, and I'm still not sure. This was a cute middle grade contemporary with a bit of mystery and mysticism. Clara is at a new school and has moved into a new neighborhood. I enjoyed the little plot throughout, ...

    "A wise person once told me that people are in charge of their own destinies. You can't decide what will happen to you, but you can decide how you'll react." The book is based on Clara, a girl who doesn't believe in mystical powers & superstitions and calls all those things "woo...

    Kids don't always agree with what parents ideals are. Clara is stuck with a "woo" mother who has a beaded doorway, and has a great aunt who was a witch, and makes herbal remedies for people. Clara just wants a normal life, with normal kids, in a normal school. And she wants to be a jou...

    I loved this book! I absolutely believe in these sort of mystical things like clairvoyance, horoscopes, reading tea leaves, herbal thingies (not exactly sure what to call them), and all the other things mentioned in this book. I connected with all the characters, even the terror of a c...

    This is a cute little book with a cuter message at its heart. While the story picked up some pace only almost after half the book and the dialogues had rough edges, they are not huge complaints. I loved hanging out at Kingston Market with Clara and Gaby and their weird, kind friends. I...

    Such a fantastic read, with a hilarious concept, a quirky cast of characters, and Rachelle Delaney's trademark humour throughout. Plus: best cover ever! ...

    I thought the book was really cute and would suggest it for those 9-12 years old although it will be enjoyed by all age groups. The book flowed along and the characters were not 2-dimensional. Sometimes in life we don't get what we want, but we have to play the cards we're dealt. I wou...

    I forgot to write a review last year so here it is: I did like this book, I think that it can almost bring back memories from middle school. I would recommend this book for the ones that feel like reading something simple, and yet with a good plot. ...

    I got an ARC copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara Voyant was a book about Clara Costa, a girl who didn't believe in things like magic or "woo" her grandmother, Elaine, would say. Unlike her grandmother, her mother Gaby, believed and liked these ki...

    A Switch on the Family Cozy Usually, in my experience, when you have a warm and fuzzy family/neighborhood cozy it's powered by a big-hearted and optimistic kid heroine who thaws out the frosty adults around her. Very Pollyanna, (which, by the way, is a way better book than common me...

    I was fortunate to receive a digital ARC of Rachelle Delaney?s Clara Voyant via Net Galley, thanks to the lovely folks over at Penguin Random House Canada. When I saw the adorable cover and title, I knew I needed to pick this book up. The novel tells the story of sixth grader, Clara,...

    Thank you to Netgally and Penguin Random House Canada for the free advance readers copy for my honest review. 4/5 Stars! ( 4 stars because I really wish this was a graphic novel. hehe) ~~~Clara can't believe her no-nonsense grandmother has just up and moved to Florida, leaving Cl...

    I received a copy of this novel from the publisher via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review. Clara Voyant tells the story of young, pragmatic Clara. A 13-year-old girl who recently had her world turned upside down by her grandmother?s move to Florida and her mother?s dec...

    Clara Voyant by Rachelle Delaney is all about a girl named Clara who does not believe in "woo" as her grandmother Elaine calls it. Her mother Gaby, and her best friend Mauve, however are all about the woo. Gaby works in a store selling herbs and making potions to cure people's ailments...

    I was provided an ARC by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This story was so fun and mystical! Clara is a sixth grader who dreams of writing hard-hitting articles for her middle school newspaper, but she gets stuck writing the horoscopes. This is horrible for Clara sinc...

    *POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD? BEWARE* Before the review, I just want to say that the cover is PHENOMENAL!! Clara Voyant was an exceptional novel. It?s one of those novels where once you get hooked; it?s hard to put down. You really get drawn into the story, especially with the ...

    This is a book that I somehow ended up with at the end of Bookcon, so I didnt know anything about it. Now I typically dont read middle grade but this was cute for what it was. In this story we follow Clara, a sixth grader, who is getting used to living with just her mother. Her ...

    #claravoyant #netgalley What a sweet, realistic book for children! Clara doesn't believe in magical powers. She is a rational, practical thinker. When her Grandmother moves to Florida, she and her Mom are on their own for really the first time. Her free-spirited mother has decided to ...

    Clara insists she is NOT clairvoyant...although that point is not really clear in this quick, fun middle-grade read! Clara really misses her grandmother Elaine, who seems to be very strict and cold (and I don't really understand why Clara likes her), and constantly feels annoyed with h...

  • Amanda
    Nov 18, 2017

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

    I've been trying to think about what to say in this review for over a month now, and I'm still not sure. This was a cute middle grade contemporary with a bit of mystery and mysticism. Clara is at a new school and has moved into a new neighborhood. I enjoyed the little plot throughout, ...

    "A wise person once told me that people are in charge of their own destinies. You can't decide what will happen to you, but you can decide how you'll react." The book is based on Clara, a girl who doesn't believe in mystical powers & superstitions and calls all those things "woo...

    Kids don't always agree with what parents ideals are. Clara is stuck with a "woo" mother who has a beaded doorway, and has a great aunt who was a witch, and makes herbal remedies for people. Clara just wants a normal life, with normal kids, in a normal school. And she wants to be a jou...

    I loved this book! I absolutely believe in these sort of mystical things like clairvoyance, horoscopes, reading tea leaves, herbal thingies (not exactly sure what to call them), and all the other things mentioned in this book. I connected with all the characters, even the terror of a c...

    This is a cute little book with a cuter message at its heart. While the story picked up some pace only almost after half the book and the dialogues had rough edges, they are not huge complaints. I loved hanging out at Kingston Market with Clara and Gaby and their weird, kind friends. I...

    Such a fantastic read, with a hilarious concept, a quirky cast of characters, and Rachelle Delaney's trademark humour throughout. Plus: best cover ever! ...

    I thought the book was really cute and would suggest it for those 9-12 years old although it will be enjoyed by all age groups. The book flowed along and the characters were not 2-dimensional. Sometimes in life we don't get what we want, but we have to play the cards we're dealt. I wou...

    I forgot to write a review last year so here it is: I did like this book, I think that it can almost bring back memories from middle school. I would recommend this book for the ones that feel like reading something simple, and yet with a good plot. ...

    I got an ARC copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara Voyant was a book about Clara Costa, a girl who didn't believe in things like magic or "woo" her grandmother, Elaine, would say. Unlike her grandmother, her mother Gaby, believed and liked these ki...

    A Switch on the Family Cozy Usually, in my experience, when you have a warm and fuzzy family/neighborhood cozy it's powered by a big-hearted and optimistic kid heroine who thaws out the frosty adults around her. Very Pollyanna, (which, by the way, is a way better book than common me...

    I was fortunate to receive a digital ARC of Rachelle Delaney?s Clara Voyant via Net Galley, thanks to the lovely folks over at Penguin Random House Canada. When I saw the adorable cover and title, I knew I needed to pick this book up. The novel tells the story of sixth grader, Clara,...

  • Pia
    Nov 25, 2017

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

  • Samantha
    May 27, 2018

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

    I've been trying to think about what to say in this review for over a month now, and I'm still not sure. This was a cute middle grade contemporary with a bit of mystery and mysticism. Clara is at a new school and has moved into a new neighborhood. I enjoyed the little plot throughout, ...

    "A wise person once told me that people are in charge of their own destinies. You can't decide what will happen to you, but you can decide how you'll react." The book is based on Clara, a girl who doesn't believe in mystical powers & superstitions and calls all those things "woo...

    Kids don't always agree with what parents ideals are. Clara is stuck with a "woo" mother who has a beaded doorway, and has a great aunt who was a witch, and makes herbal remedies for people. Clara just wants a normal life, with normal kids, in a normal school. And she wants to be a jou...

    I loved this book! I absolutely believe in these sort of mystical things like clairvoyance, horoscopes, reading tea leaves, herbal thingies (not exactly sure what to call them), and all the other things mentioned in this book. I connected with all the characters, even the terror of a c...

    This is a cute little book with a cuter message at its heart. While the story picked up some pace only almost after half the book and the dialogues had rough edges, they are not huge complaints. I loved hanging out at Kingston Market with Clara and Gaby and their weird, kind friends. I...

    Such a fantastic read, with a hilarious concept, a quirky cast of characters, and Rachelle Delaney's trademark humour throughout. Plus: best cover ever! ...

    I thought the book was really cute and would suggest it for those 9-12 years old although it will be enjoyed by all age groups. The book flowed along and the characters were not 2-dimensional. Sometimes in life we don't get what we want, but we have to play the cards we're dealt. I wou...

    I forgot to write a review last year so here it is: I did like this book, I think that it can almost bring back memories from middle school. I would recommend this book for the ones that feel like reading something simple, and yet with a good plot. ...

    I got an ARC copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara Voyant was a book about Clara Costa, a girl who didn't believe in things like magic or "woo" her grandmother, Elaine, would say. Unlike her grandmother, her mother Gaby, believed and liked these ki...

    A Switch on the Family Cozy Usually, in my experience, when you have a warm and fuzzy family/neighborhood cozy it's powered by a big-hearted and optimistic kid heroine who thaws out the frosty adults around her. Very Pollyanna, (which, by the way, is a way better book than common me...

    I was fortunate to receive a digital ARC of Rachelle Delaney?s Clara Voyant via Net Galley, thanks to the lovely folks over at Penguin Random House Canada. When I saw the adorable cover and title, I knew I needed to pick this book up. The novel tells the story of sixth grader, Clara,...

    Thank you to Netgally and Penguin Random House Canada for the free advance readers copy for my honest review. 4/5 Stars! ( 4 stars because I really wish this was a graphic novel. hehe) ~~~Clara can't believe her no-nonsense grandmother has just up and moved to Florida, leaving Cl...

    I received a copy of this novel from the publisher via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review. Clara Voyant tells the story of young, pragmatic Clara. A 13-year-old girl who recently had her world turned upside down by her grandmother?s move to Florida and her mother?s dec...

    Clara Voyant by Rachelle Delaney is all about a girl named Clara who does not believe in "woo" as her grandmother Elaine calls it. Her mother Gaby, and her best friend Mauve, however are all about the woo. Gaby works in a store selling herbs and making potions to cure people's ailments...

    I was provided an ARC by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This story was so fun and mystical! Clara is a sixth grader who dreams of writing hard-hitting articles for her middle school newspaper, but she gets stuck writing the horoscopes. This is horrible for Clara sinc...

  • Baillie
    Feb 01, 2018

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

  • Cami
    Dec 31, 2017

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

    I've been trying to think about what to say in this review for over a month now, and I'm still not sure. This was a cute middle grade contemporary with a bit of mystery and mysticism. Clara is at a new school and has moved into a new neighborhood. I enjoyed the little plot throughout, ...

    "A wise person once told me that people are in charge of their own destinies. You can't decide what will happen to you, but you can decide how you'll react." The book is based on Clara, a girl who doesn't believe in mystical powers & superstitions and calls all those things "woo...

    Kids don't always agree with what parents ideals are. Clara is stuck with a "woo" mother who has a beaded doorway, and has a great aunt who was a witch, and makes herbal remedies for people. Clara just wants a normal life, with normal kids, in a normal school. And she wants to be a jou...

    I loved this book! I absolutely believe in these sort of mystical things like clairvoyance, horoscopes, reading tea leaves, herbal thingies (not exactly sure what to call them), and all the other things mentioned in this book. I connected with all the characters, even the terror of a c...

    This is a cute little book with a cuter message at its heart. While the story picked up some pace only almost after half the book and the dialogues had rough edges, they are not huge complaints. I loved hanging out at Kingston Market with Clara and Gaby and their weird, kind friends. I...

    Such a fantastic read, with a hilarious concept, a quirky cast of characters, and Rachelle Delaney's trademark humour throughout. Plus: best cover ever! ...

    I thought the book was really cute and would suggest it for those 9-12 years old although it will be enjoyed by all age groups. The book flowed along and the characters were not 2-dimensional. Sometimes in life we don't get what we want, but we have to play the cards we're dealt. I wou...

    I forgot to write a review last year so here it is: I did like this book, I think that it can almost bring back memories from middle school. I would recommend this book for the ones that feel like reading something simple, and yet with a good plot. ...

  • Sonia
    Jun 17, 2018

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

    I've been trying to think about what to say in this review for over a month now, and I'm still not sure. This was a cute middle grade contemporary with a bit of mystery and mysticism. Clara is at a new school and has moved into a new neighborhood. I enjoyed the little plot throughout, ...

    "A wise person once told me that people are in charge of their own destinies. You can't decide what will happen to you, but you can decide how you'll react." The book is based on Clara, a girl who doesn't believe in mystical powers & superstitions and calls all those things "woo...

    Kids don't always agree with what parents ideals are. Clara is stuck with a "woo" mother who has a beaded doorway, and has a great aunt who was a witch, and makes herbal remedies for people. Clara just wants a normal life, with normal kids, in a normal school. And she wants to be a jou...

    I loved this book! I absolutely believe in these sort of mystical things like clairvoyance, horoscopes, reading tea leaves, herbal thingies (not exactly sure what to call them), and all the other things mentioned in this book. I connected with all the characters, even the terror of a c...

  • Rendz
    Jun 20, 2018

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

  • Nabila Shaikh
    Nov 28, 2017

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

    I've been trying to think about what to say in this review for over a month now, and I'm still not sure. This was a cute middle grade contemporary with a bit of mystery and mysticism. Clara is at a new school and has moved into a new neighborhood. I enjoyed the little plot throughout, ...

    "A wise person once told me that people are in charge of their own destinies. You can't decide what will happen to you, but you can decide how you'll react." The book is based on Clara, a girl who doesn't believe in mystical powers & superstitions and calls all those things "woo...

  • Chelsi
    Jul 16, 2018

    Clara Voyant is a light read and an enjoyable middle-grade book that narrates the story of Clara Costa, a middle-grade school student from Kensington Middle School who is one of the new staff of the school's Gazette. She dreams of having her own column from the said school newspaper, b...

    ????? 4.5 stars Why I recommend this book: 1. It's very relaxing! 2. A very awesome, colorful cast 3. Strong girls who mean business, good role models 4. A message about counting your blessings 5. It talks about loss and change, but in an upbeat manner. If you want t...

    *I got a free copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review* Clara is a rational thinking girl who doesn't believe in anything magical or that doesn't have a logical explanation. But sadly for her it seems that can't escape those crazy ideas, n...

    Me now loved this story and I know 5th/6th grade-Stephanie would have *really* loved this story. Clara is a practical girl that has to come to terms with her more bohemian mother/new lifestyle after they move to the colorful Kensington Market. She meets Maeve, who turns out to be a ...

    Now I haven?t read a ?children?s? book in a very long time. That being said, I liked Rachelle Delaney?s ?Clara Voyant.? It was a light, easy read that made me smile. I often found myself reminiscing on my own elementary school experiences. And I loved the fact that it was...

    I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara moved to a new neighborhood recently and doesn?t really like it. The people here are too weird and it doesn?t help that all her mother is talk about herbs, ghosts and powers. What Clara wants to do is s...

    Thank you so much to NetGalley and Puffin Canada for gracing me with a copy of this light and breezing book. This was exactly what I needed on a Saturday morning filled with freezing rain! This middle grade story stars Clara, a skeptic of the paranormal who is assigned the horoscope...

    4.5! I'm just smiling and smiling and smiling. ___ This book was absolutely positively adorable and I loved every second of it. It was a fast and funny read, and I found the zodiac element very entertaining. Plus, it is set in Canada, specifically Toronto, so stay tuned for an app...

    MY RATING: 4/5 STARS I received a copy from Penguin Random House Canada in exchange for a honest review. I don't typically read middle-grade novels. It usually has to do with something about the writing style that really ticks me off. Like it's either too simplistic or charac...

    A totally delightful read featuring gentle mother-daughter conflict, lots of middle school drama, a mystery, potential psychic ability, all set in Toronto's vibrant Kensington Market and told from Clara's slightly dry, pitch-perfect tween first person perspective. ...

    Clara's passion for writing lands her as a "Newsies" in the school newspaper....but her assignments leave her longing to write a more 'hard-hitting investigative piece' if only given the opportunity! Trying to plead her case, Clara is given a new assignment...writing horoscopes.....not...

    I've been trying to think about what to say in this review for over a month now, and I'm still not sure. This was a cute middle grade contemporary with a bit of mystery and mysticism. Clara is at a new school and has moved into a new neighborhood. I enjoyed the little plot throughout, ...

    "A wise person once told me that people are in charge of their own destinies. You can't decide what will happen to you, but you can decide how you'll react." The book is based on Clara, a girl who doesn't believe in mystical powers & superstitions and calls all those things "woo...

    Kids don't always agree with what parents ideals are. Clara is stuck with a "woo" mother who has a beaded doorway, and has a great aunt who was a witch, and makes herbal remedies for people. Clara just wants a normal life, with normal kids, in a normal school. And she wants to be a jou...

    I loved this book! I absolutely believe in these sort of mystical things like clairvoyance, horoscopes, reading tea leaves, herbal thingies (not exactly sure what to call them), and all the other things mentioned in this book. I connected with all the characters, even the terror of a c...

    This is a cute little book with a cuter message at its heart. While the story picked up some pace only almost after half the book and the dialogues had rough edges, they are not huge complaints. I loved hanging out at Kingston Market with Clara and Gaby and their weird, kind friends. I...

    Such a fantastic read, with a hilarious concept, a quirky cast of characters, and Rachelle Delaney's trademark humour throughout. Plus: best cover ever! ...

    I thought the book was really cute and would suggest it for those 9-12 years old although it will be enjoyed by all age groups. The book flowed along and the characters were not 2-dimensional. Sometimes in life we don't get what we want, but we have to play the cards we're dealt. I wou...

    I forgot to write a review last year so here it is: I did like this book, I think that it can almost bring back memories from middle school. I would recommend this book for the ones that feel like reading something simple, and yet with a good plot. ...

    I got an ARC copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Clara Voyant was a book about Clara Costa, a girl who didn't believe in things like magic or "woo" her grandmother, Elaine, would say. Unlike her grandmother, her mother Gaby, believed and liked these ki...

    A Switch on the Family Cozy Usually, in my experience, when you have a warm and fuzzy family/neighborhood cozy it's powered by a big-hearted and optimistic kid heroine who thaws out the frosty adults around her. Very Pollyanna, (which, by the way, is a way better book than common me...

    I was fortunate to receive a digital ARC of Rachelle Delaney?s Clara Voyant via Net Galley, thanks to the lovely folks over at Penguin Random House Canada. When I saw the adorable cover and title, I knew I needed to pick this book up. The novel tells the story of sixth grader, Clara,...

    Thank you to Netgally and Penguin Random House Canada for the free advance readers copy for my honest review. 4/5 Stars! ( 4 stars because I really wish this was a graphic novel. hehe) ~~~Clara can't believe her no-nonsense grandmother has just up and moved to Florida, leaving Cl...

    I received a copy of this novel from the publisher via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review. Clara Voyant tells the story of young, pragmatic Clara. A 13-year-old girl who recently had her world turned upside down by her grandmother?s move to Florida and her mother?s dec...

    Clara Voyant by Rachelle Delaney is all about a girl named Clara who does not believe in "woo" as her grandmother Elaine calls it. Her mother Gaby, and her best friend Mauve, however are all about the woo. Gaby works in a store selling herbs and making potions to cure people's ailments...

    I was provided an ARC by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This story was so fun and mystical! Clara is a sixth grader who dreams of writing hard-hitting articles for her middle school newspaper, but she gets stuck writing the horoscopes. This is horrible for Clara sinc...

    *POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD? BEWARE* Before the review, I just want to say that the cover is PHENOMENAL!! Clara Voyant was an exceptional novel. It?s one of those novels where once you get hooked; it?s hard to put down. You really get drawn into the story, especially with the ...

    This is a book that I somehow ended up with at the end of Bookcon, so I didnt know anything about it. Now I typically dont read middle grade but this was cute for what it was. In this story we follow Clara, a sixth grader, who is getting used to living with just her mother. Her ...