I'm currently behind on reviews, so don't be surprised if the recent reviews are a bit sparse.

A Family Like None Other

Look, this is still farly decent in writing (though it continues the big fault of spending 90% of time on telling, not showing, and processing). But the “problems” posed are so contrived, so frustrating, that I really fail to see the point. An author is supposed to chase the protagonist up the tree and pelt them with coconuts, yes, but making the floor magically vanish, have them fall onto a tree, and have it rain coconuts is a bit much.