Book Reviews of Lost in New York (Home Alone 2)

Lost in New York (Home Alone 2)
Lost in New York - Home Alone 2
Author: A. L. Singer
ISBN-13: 9780590457187
ISBN-10: 0590457187
Publication Date: 11/1992
Pages: 223
Reading Level: Young Adult
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.

3.3 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic
Book Type: Paperback
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It was a fun read just like the movie. A far cry from reality, but a fun adventure all the same. I liked the part with the pigeon lady and the "two turtledoves" ornament. That was a nice touch.
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The McCallisters hav done it atain. This year they're in Florida, and Kevin is in New York. Kevin is worried. Not! He's having the time of his life---no parents to tell him when to go to bed, no older brother to play embarrssing tricks on him, all the junk food he can eat, and a private limo to take him to the greatest toy store in town. What could be better?

Someone else in in New York, too---his old burglar "pals" Harry and Marv---and they're not too happy to see Kevin. But two grown men can certainly handle a ten-year-old boy, can't they?