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Guinea Dog
by Patrick Jennings

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This definitely wasn't the best children's book I've ever read, but I'd put it in the top 25% for sure... maybe even the top 10%. It's a story about a boy whose mom gets him a guinea pig instead of the dog he REALLY wanted. He is NOT happy about this development, but over the course of the book, he discovers that the guinea pig actually acts like a dog and he grows to love her.

The Adventures of Captain Underpants
by Dav Pilkey

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This is one of those stories that is great for a very particular age group. I gave it three stars because the writing isn't terrible, and there's a few areas that are humorous for all ages, but most of the book isn't. I would definitely recommend it to elementary age kids who love a good fart joke. That said, it's definitely not one of those books that EVERYONE will love. By the end I was thinking, "Ok, this really seems like it was written by an elementary aged boy." Turns out, the general idea was! (I did enjoy the background information at the end of the book where I learned that tidbit.)

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.

Starling
by Lesley Livingston

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I really wanted to enjoy this book, but its very slow and very confusing through out the book. I don't recommend reading it.

Passenger To Frankfurt
by Agatha Christie

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Definitely not my favorite Christie book. Not a murder mystery in sight, just lots of conspiracy theories and world domination. Half the time, I didn’t even understand what was happening. And I couldn’t keep all the characters straight. The best part was Aunt Matilda and she was hardly even in it.

Changes for Kirsten
by Janet Beeler Shaw

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I love the Kirsten books and all of the rest of the american girl books but they are starting to become to easy now that I am in 7th grade. I have read them more than 5 times though.

How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk
by Adele Faber,Elaine Mazlish,Joanna Faber

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This book presents some really great ideas for how to teach and encourage your child to understand and take charge of their emotions while simultaneously showing them love and respect. It has simple, relatively easy to follow (if you can resist the urge to do what usually comes naturally to most people) guidelines with evidence to back up their theories. I have tried some of these strategies with my only child already and it has helped! I liked this book so much that I bought my own copy (the first copy I read was from the library) so I can refer back to it later on. The only reason I gave it for stars is that some of the strategies are a little harder to figure how to implement with smaller children. Luckily, there is a sequel to this book that addresses that problem!

Not Cinderella's Type
by Jenni James

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I love this book! It's a nice clean romance story that is a twist on Cinderella. It's one of those books that once you start reading it, you don't want to put it down

One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish
by Dr Seuss

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This is a good book for younger readers and if you’re looking for something to read to them. My younger sibling enjoyed all of the funny rhyming words in the book. This book was fun and a mouthful to read, but any younger siblings would enjoy.

Looking For Alaska
by John Green

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Looking For Alaska was an adventure in itself. It allowed you to enter the mind of a teenager trying to find his Great Perhaps. I one-hundred percent recommend this book to anyone who is trying to find their way in life.
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