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The Glamourist Vine Witch 2
by Luanne G Smith

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Loved it! Can’t wait for book 3 to come out in January.

The Giver
by Lois Lowry

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The Giver is an amazing book in a world where people do not have the memory of pain, love, true emotions, or even color. Jonas is a young boy who is chosen for a special job apart from the normal society. He is the receiver and his job is that the Giver is supposed to pass down the memories of everything the society shuns. This book is definitely a must read.

The Burning Maze Trials Of Apollo, The Book Three
by Rick Riordan

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Another great addition to The Trials of Apollo series! After meeting the first two of three major enemies in America, Apollo journeys to the West coast with the company of Meg, his master, and their satyr companion, Grover. Nature and action lovers can definitely appreciate this book.

Cleopatra In Space
by Mike Maihack

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because it was very interesting with a lot of missions and guns

Captain Underpants Book 2
by Dav Pilkey

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George and Harold put Melvin, Mr.Krupp, Ms. Anthrope, and the teachers in detention writing sentences!

The Boxcar Children Book 1
by Gertrude Chandler Warner

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It’s a delight to read!

Frindle
by Andrew Clements

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the book was so much fun I loved how Frindle became a name of pen just by a ball point pen

The Blind Assassin
by Margaret Atwood

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The Blind Assassin does something that can be so rare in books - Take you right to the end stressing about whether the conflict of the novel will be resolved by the end. The characters suffer, and hurt, and the tension builds as you root for them fight against the foreboding feeling in your stomach as you watch their history unfold. It is a book of many stories and styles: Newspaper articles, private memoir, and the strange novel "The Blind Assassin", which itself is a story within a story, following illicit lovers who create sci-fi stories during their rendezvous. Each story reveals pieces of a dark family drama, which slowly comes together to explain the ramifications and secrets they have kept from the world, themselves, and each other. The Blind Assassin overall is well paced, giving you enough details to make you feel like you can figure out the mystery, but never enough definitive proof you are right. Her multiple narratives allow for her to play with different styles of narration, and different ways to reveal and hide information. The choice of a family drama as a mystery is a wise choice. Many mysteries focused on a crime have one main mystery to solve. A family history can hold many mysteries and secrets, and so Atwood allows you to solve one mystery, only to be faced with new puzzles she has dropped for you to consider. This gives her a buffer to tell her story without the audience figuring it all out too early, and gives her the momentum to keep the tale going right to the end.The real mystery ultimately becomes how all of these solutions connect and tell the audience the larger story of the two sisters. This story is recommended for people who: 1. Enjoy Sweeping family dramas that span decades 2. Stories with various styles of writing and narrative 3. Stories that focus on issues of class, gender, and family duty. Rating: Highly Recommended

Love Song of the Little Bear
by Margaret Wise Brown

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Great story w great pictures

The One And Only Bob
by Katherine Applegate

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I have no idea how to review this book. I laughed, I cried, I enjoyed this book. It was beautiful. Katherine Applegate has this way of writing where it's sweet and happy in all the right places and sad and solemn in others, I love it. The story continues from Bob's perspective and he's so sweet, he may not be kind at times, but his heart is in the right place. Loved this book so much, it was a quick read. I wish I could give this book a hundred more stars.


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