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Princess In Black And The Science Fair Scare
by Shannon Hale

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its ok but you can bring it everywhere to read. For example i sometimes take these books in the car so i can do something.

Their Eyes Were Watching God
by Zora Neale Hurston

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It was a good book and I enjoyed following Janie's journey through life and love, but the fact that I had to overanalyze this for school took some of the pleasantness from it.

The King Of Attolia
by Turner, Megan Whalen

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A deeply satisfying read. While you do get some POV scenes from the perspective of the series' lead character, more of the story is from the perspective of a fairly ordinary bodyguard. It is fascinating to see as interesting character as the Thief observed from the perspective of someone who knows nothing about him, and it makes the Thief's plans and tactics all the more mysterious and ultimately rewarding. Honestly, this felt a lot like the character interactions of the superbly-written Ender books, with a young but brilliant character in a position that gets him a lot of undeserved ill will, but who sets out to, essentially, make friends in the midst of intrigue and deadly danger. Most satisfying to read in the proper order, but this one might actually be great even taken on its own.

Old Yeller
by Fred Gipson

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I really liked this book because it was about a dog, and I like dogs. The part that I did not like about it is that it is placed in the past. I like books that are placed in the present and future, but I'm fine with the past. It's just not my favorite. Thats the main reason I gave the review a 4 out of a 5, instead of a 5 out of 5. The book itself was about a boy, and his family who find a dog. The boy hates the dog, but by the end of the book, he loves the dog.

My Weirder School #1: Miss Child Has Gone Wild!
by Dan Gutman

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This is one of the many children's books that I've read lately that I would describe as a decent story with obnoxious characters (similar to Captain Underpants and Diary of a Wimpy Kid). It's a great option for kids who are into stories with ornery characters, but I wasn't super fond of it. It is a short story about a class visiting the zoo. The story moves along quickly, so it is a very light/easy read. I would definitely recommend it to reluctant readers who like characters with a lot of sass.

El arca de noe
by Virginie Aladjidi y Caroline Pellissier

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Cuenta la historia de la Biblia sobre Noe

Mitch and Amy
by Beverly Cleary

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This book is very vibrant with words. Beverly Cleary does a great job of describing a life of some twins. In this book, there is a bully, and a lot of activities.

Baby Turtles Tale
by Mcguinness

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I read this book to my little brother. The baby turtle hatched and was surprised he was a day late and searched for his family who had already left him towards the beach. He makes his journey in search of his family to find them in the end in the ocean. I liked the sea turtle facts in the end and the movement pictures.

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
by Lewis Carroll,Jennifer Bassett

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i liked this part of the book

The Cloak Society
by Jeramey Kraatz

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In the beginning it starts off a little boring but then it starts to get a lot better. some of the characters are hard to remember who they are because they all go by nicknames.


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