Ella Enchanted was a standalone with the potential to be one of the best series in Gail Carson Levine’s extensive book catalog. I’m honestly still waiting on a good movie adaptation–and sequel.
The characters didn’t feel like themselves. And we skipped a considerable part of Scout’s life. We shouldn’t have gotten a dying Atticus; we should have gotten a curious teenage Scout instead.
In the world of The Keepers’ Tattoo, twins are marked with a prophecy in a language only Keepers can read. Nyssa and Kit were the last to be marked before the Keepers were killed by the Shadowmen.
Little Men follows the students at Jo March’s school, Plumfield. The final book in the trilogy, Jo’s Boys, follows those students all grown up and living their adult lives. It’s not that interesting, especially if you’re still on Team Laurie.
Winnie was only ten when she met the immortal Tuck family. There are bound to be more stories about them that Babbitt has in her head. I want to know what Winnie’s life after Jesse was like!
Dodie Smith’s The Hundred and One Dalmatians is pretty much just like the classic flick, but the sequels take a hard left turn that even Disney wasn’t going to take. The Starlight Barking takes the story of the Dalmatians and turns it into a sci-fi adventure.