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Ouran High School Host Club 1
by Bisco Hatori

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If your thinking of starting to read Manga, or already have read some Manga and are looking for something good to read, than I suggest Ouran High School Host club. Ouran High School Host Club is a Romantic comedy of sorts, (probably more comedy than romance, tho.) about Haruhi, a poor, scholarship student attending Ouran, a prestigious school filled to the brim, with the rich, and wealthy. One day, Haruhi stumbles across the old abandon, Music Room 3. Seeing as a good place to study, she goes in and finds 6 good - looking men?!?!? Haruhi was just going to leave when.... she accidentally bumps into a $80,000 vase! Since Haruhi is poor, she can't pay back the Host Club, resulting in her becoming a member of the the Host club.

Fancy Nancy And The Boy From Paris
by Jane O'connor

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The book was about Fancy Nancy and a boy from Paris. Fancy Nancy and the boy have a play date. At the play date they played soccer and a board game.

Katie and the Cupcake Cure
by Coco Simon

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I wasn't expecting much, but I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked this book. It is well written, an interesting plot, and has a nice balance between character development and story. It's not the most exciting book ever, but if you're looking for a juvenile fiction about the life experiences of a middle school girl, this is an excellent option.

The Elite
by Kiera Cass

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Kiera has written another wonderful thriller and she truly understands the main characters feelings throughout the course of the book. What it would be like to have dangerous enemies lurking around, having feelings for two men, and missing family dreadfully?

If You Take A Mouse To School
by Laura Numeroff

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Better than some of the other "If You" series. The story is at least cute and the if-then setups are funny but not ridiculous.

Just Grace
by Harper, Charise Mericle

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This is a cute story that is a quick and easy read. I love the fact that she incorporates challenging vocabulary with a definition as part of the story. In some cases, the writing style struck me as a bit odd. For example, the character rarely uses contractions. Perhaps the author did that to hint at the personality quirks of the character, but it came across as a little unnatural to me. In addition, most of the story is written through the use of lists. I'm sure this is also due to character development tactics, but the list format made it a little harder for me to connect to the story. All in all, it is a cute story with some minor flaws that are fairly easily overlooked.

The School For Good And Evil
by Soman Chainani

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This book is about two girls who look the part of a storybook princess, and a storybook villain. Sophie has long blonde hair, blue eyes, and dresses in pink. Agatha has short, choppy black hair and soulless eyes. Together they are transported to the School For Good and Evil, where villains and heroes learn how to be, well, villains and heroes! Sophie wants to go to the School for Good, to learn how to be a princess. But she ends up in the School for Evil. Agatha expects to go to the School for Evil, but ends up in Good. This book tells their story; and how you shouldn't always judge a book by its color.

Super Fly
by Todd H. Doodler

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This book is tolerable, but it's not particularly remarkable. It is a good choice for kids who enjoy a superhero themed story, but I wouldn't recommend it to any other audience. There's not really much to be said about it. It's not bad, but it's not particularly good either. The quality of writing is ok, as is the plot and character development. It's an easy/light read, but it's not exactly a "page turner". I've read books that it was a struggle to finish, and this wasn't that. It really is just remarkably average.

Henry Huggins
by Beverly Cleary

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This is the second time I've read this book. The writing is above average, but not by a lot. There isn't much plot. It's just a simple story about the life of a third grade boy. Due to the lack of plot, it's definitely not a "sitting on the edge of your seat"/"can't put it down" kind of story, but if you're looking for a light-hearted story that's an easy read, this is an excellent option.

Fancy Nancy Splendid Speller
by Jane O'connor

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Fancy Nancy has a spelling test at school. She was very nervous. When she was at school she messed up the word giggle. But everything was okay in the end.

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