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This is a great book. This girl has to move from Poland to Pennsylvania. Then she has to marry a coil miner and she is only 13 years old. This was a really really good book.I would definitely read it if I were you.
Genre: Historical Fiction
Review by: Lily, age 10
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It is about a girl, Mary Lou Finney who has a lot of children in her family. She has a mom, not a dad living in the same house, and a grandfather who lives in a room above the garage. It is in the summer, and her cousin,Carl Ray, is coming to "find a job" and is going to live with them for the summer. He is quiet at first but then gets a job at Mr.Firtz hardware store. Carl Ray really came to see who his real father is. It ends up that Mr. Firtz is his father. While Carl Ray is there his real father dies. So, his wife,children, and Carl Ray are very sad. Mary Lou is dating, her and her best-friend are having friendship problems, because her friend is dating Carl Ray. It ends up Carl Ray goes back and everything is excellent!! I suggest this book to 4th graders and older!!!!!!
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review by: Jacqueline, age 11
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This is a really good book. It's about a girl named Hattie traveling all the way to Oregon. Her new best friend gets married at only 14 years old! She has to part with many things.It's a long way "Across the Wide and Lonesome Prairie". This was a great book!
Genre: Historical Fiction
Review by: Lily, age 10
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This book was exciting and fun! It was scary and exhilarating! It will leave you hooked! You might not want to do anything until you have figured out what will happen next. It will leave you in shock. I thought it was amazingly written, and amazingly put!!!
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Alana, age 12
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NAOMI LIVES WITH HER GREAT-GRANDMOTHER AND HER BROTHER. NAOMI AND OWEN WERE LEFT FOR GRAM TO RAISE AFTER THEIR MOTHER ABANDONED THEM. THEY WERE YOUNG AND NEVER SAW HER UNTIL SHE SHOWS UP AT THEIR DOOR WANTING TO TAKE NAOMI. THEIR MOTHER ALSO HAS A DRINKING PROBLEM AND A CREEPY BOYFRIEND. AFTER THIS, GRAM, THE KIDS, AND THEIR MEXICAN NEIGHBORS GO TO MEXICO TO TRY TO FIND THEIR FATHER. I REALLY ENJOYED THIS BOOK. IT IS REALLY TOUCHING.
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review by: ABBIE, age 11
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Eragon and his dragon Saphira have narrowly escaped Murtagh. And now they need to Know more to win the battle between good and evil. During this book Eragon learns the meaning of his destiny,and the family he knows so little about.
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Novam, age 9 years old
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As soon as you snap your fingers, the principal turns into Captain Underpants. When you pour water on his head, he turns back into mean Mr. Krupp. It is kind of a long book but its really, really good. There are some really funny parts and plus they have little comics throughout the book.
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Maddy, age 9
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Cat On a Hottie's Tin Roof is a book i recomend (very highly!). This book is about a girl named Cathy Carlson. Early in the book she meets a new girl named Cassidy McDrew, who is obsessed with a rock star, Milo Lennox, she thinks she's kind of a nerd but Cassidy comes up with a new nickname for her. And she starts helping her with her new makover. I really recomend this to all girls!
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review by: Liliana, age 11
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Chasing Vermeer is a book about 2 kids named Calder and Petra who solve a mystery about a missing painting. I really liked this book! (It also has a sequal called The Wright 3)
Genre: Mystery & Adventure
Review by: Olive, age 12
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This book is for anyone who likes a good mystery! It will leave you bewildered and amazed! It will keep you wondering on who did the crime all day! Definite must read!!!
Genre: Mystery & Adventure
Review by: Alana, age 12
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PETRA AND CALDER BECOME FRIENDS AND TRY TO SOLVE THE MYSTERY OF THE STOLEN VERMEER PAINTING. THEY USE PENTOMINOES, BOOKS, AND MANY OTHER UNUSUAL TOOLS AS THEY UNCOVER THE SECRET OF WHERE THE PAINTING IS HIDDEN. I LIKED IT BECAUSE IT WAS VERY UNPREDICTABLE AND INTERESTING!
Genre: Mystery & Adventure
Review by: ABBIE, age 11
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Coraline is a book about a young girl named Coraline who likes to explore. When she moves to a new apartment and begins to explore she finds a few mysterious things: an abandoned courtyard with a tennis court and a well and black cat who seems to be trying to talk to her. She also finds a door leading to a brick wall in a storage room at the back of her new flat. One rainy day, when her parents are out shopping, she finds the black iron key that leads to the door in the storage room. When she opens the door, though, she doesn't find a brick wall, but an entrance to a type of parallel universe, where everything seems similar, but definitely not quite the same as home. She get trapped in this world with her "other parents" who will do whatever it takes to sew their black button eyes on Coraline and make her theirs forever.
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Franny, age 11
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I think Carol Gorman did a wonderful job writing this book because she talks about real things that happen in middle school etc. She talked about cliques and dorks and nerds and how most of the time how they get put down if they are smart, so I think Dork in Disguise is a realistic-fiction funny book!!!
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review by: ann, age 11
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An exciting sequel to the fantasy book Hatching Magic with Wizards, Dragons, and Mysterious clues. An amazing book one of my favorites
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Derek, age 10
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I really liked this book. It was a pleasant blend of romance, comedy, and lots of fantasy.The main character is a girl named Emma,who is trying to learn magic. She embarks upon a quest to save her Aunt Grassina's beloved,who they are trying to save from an otter's doom. She goes from twisted adventure to twisted adventure in this unique read. Also read the other book's in this series, including The Frog Princess and Salamander Spell.
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: molly, age 11
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Dragonspell is about a girl named Kale. Since she was a baby she has been a slave in a small town called River Away. When she finds a dragon egg she is sent to The Hall. On her way she is intercepted by an emerlindin and a doneel. Who help her on her quest to find a special dragon egg. I like Dragonspell because it has mystery, adventure and action. My favorite part is when the group gets in and out of Risto's castle. My least favorite part is when she fails and loses the egg, the cape and the dragons. but she fixes everything.
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Jaguars, age 10
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Awesome book cant wait to read sequel, Dragonquest.
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: lupus, age 9
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Eragon is about a boy named, guess, Eragon who finds a stone in a forest named Spine. It turns out its a dragon egg.
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Jack, age 9
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This series of books tell short stories about 2 comical hippos named George and Martha. This is a Really!!!! good book. Get yours today!
Genre: Picture Books
Review by: Martha, age unknown
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Geronimo loses the deed to his grandfathers newspaper. So Geronimo has to go all over town to get the deed back. When he gets the deed he smells really bad and hes all gross because he went in the sewer.
Genre: Mystery & Adventure
Review by: A, age 10
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a great book by dan gutman. it is about some kids on an air plane that crashes. it is very funny and is a total must read.
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review by: hi, age 10
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When i picked up this book i couldn't tear my eyes away from it. Its about a girl named Aquila and her dad living on a small island called Devils Rock where Aquila's mom died and shes feeling mad Very Mad!Even mad at god for taking her mother away. And suddenly she sees a basket washed up at shore. When she opens it she is terrified and screams to find out what it is. READ Gifts from the sea ...please.
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review by: zeynep, age 10
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This is a thrilling tale of a girl who sees herself as a Psychic investigator. She is able to get herself invited to her uncle's house in San Fransisco, California who she never knew about. She befriends her cousin and finds out that her uncle's sister mysteriously jumped out of a scary looking tower in the back yard. She and her cousin, Juliet, are determined to find out why she did it. This is a thrilling mystery filled with ghosts, adventure, and a funny, interesting scenario.
Genre: Mystery & Adventure
Review by: Mari, age 10
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Ginger Pye is a must read book. It is a really good book about a dog who is in danger of being taken or stolen. Jerry (the owner of Ginger Pye) earns a dollar to buy her and has always wanted her. Will Ginger get to stay? Find out.
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review by: Kathryn, age 10
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Best book ever!12 year old Flecher Moon is the youngest qualified detective ever!he even has a badge to prove it. He has to bear the nick name half moon because of his size. Everything is going fine until he is hired to solve a crime and his badge is stolen! before he can crack the case he is framed for a serious crime. He is on the run from the law, and must join up with the most unlikely allies and clear his name! my favorite part is on pg 176. with thanks to my mom, for recommending this book!
Genre: Mystery & Adventure
Review by: Megabite, age 10
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About a girl named Molly McIntire. Its her birthday and an English girl came to stay with Mollys family because of where she lives they are having war in 1944.
Genre: Historical Fiction
Review by: annah, age 10
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THIS BOOK IS ABOUT A BOY NAMED HARRY POTTER WHO IS 13. HE HAS A DREAM WERE SERIOUS BLACK,WORMTAIL AND LUPIN ARE IN A ROOM AND THE KILLER OF HIS PARENTS BUT HE DOESN'T KNOW THAT. THIS BOOK IS KIND OF LIKE A MYSTERY. ITS A EXCITING SERIES AND YOU'LL WANT TO READ THE FIRST ONE...
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: JJ, age 10
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The last book of the Harry Potter series is different because Harry, Ron and Hermione have dropped out of Hogwarts. They are on a mission for Dumbledore to find Horcruxes. It has a great surprise ending which I am going to leave for you to find out!
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Paul, age 8
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Homeless Bird is about a thirteen year old girl named Koly. In India (where she lives)when you are thirteen it's about the age to get married. Koly's parents set up a husband for her and everything seems to be going fine untill she finds out the family is evil and cruel. Read this touching story about a girl who is not so fortunate. It's really good.
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review by: Hannah, age 11
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this book will have you looking at nature in a different way!! It will make you want to get up and help someone! This book will you leave you craving for more!!!
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review by: alana, age 12
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Hope Yancey is used to moving. She and her aunt have been moving around the U.S., working at restaurant jobs. This time, they are off to Mulhoney,Wisconsin to work at Welcome Stairways. This story is really good because it is about how Hope gets used to Wisconsin, since she considers herself a city girl. I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes realistic fiction.
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review by: Lulu, age 12
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This is about a freed slave girl in South Carolina 1865. She learns to read and write and keeps a diary. She teaches some of the children to read and write. I would definitely say it's a "must read".
Genre: Historical Fiction
Review by: Lily, age 10
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This is a great book. This girl gets left on this island and ends up staying on it for 18 years! She learns how to survive. I loved it.
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review by: Lily, age 10
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Laura has lots of adventures with her sister Mary and her bull dog Jack in the big woods of Wisconsin and her little sister Carrie too.
Genre: Historical Fiction
Review by: mae, age 9
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Matilda is a very good book! It is about a little girl and her adventures. She has parents that aren't very nice to her. She plays tricks on them. It is about all of the days when her parents leave her at home,and what she does. Then, she goes to school. After that,it is about all of her adventures at school and at home. You have to read the book to see what happens at school and at home. I suggest the book to everyone who enjoys reading!
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Review by: Jacqueline, age 11
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This book is the fourth book in the 'Molly Moon' series. The series is about a girl called Molly Moon, who is really good at hypnotisim. In the third book, she discovers that she has a twin, so in this book she has to find him. She knows how to time travel, so she uses her skills to find her brother, and she finds him in the future. He has been kidnapped by the evil Princess fang, who wants to use his hypnotic skills to hypnotize the people she rules, and take over the whole world. She has a mind machine that can take all the things that somebody knows out of their head so that Princess Fang can use it. When Princess fang discovers Molly, she puts Molly on the machine and takes away all her hypnotic powers. Molly has to find out how to get her powers back, and not only save her twin brother, but the whole future world.
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Review by: Fiona, age 12
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This was a great book.This girl's dad is in the navy during World War II and is stationed in Hawaii at Pearl Harbor. Madeline and a boy she meets and the boy's little brother try to help the soldiers. They help by sending things to the navy like books,socks,hats,and gloves. I'd definitely recommend this.
Genre: Historical Fiction
Review by: Lily, age 10
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A mysterious add appears in the news paper that Reynie reads. It is an ad calling to gifted children that can pass their test. Reynie takes the test and passes along with 3 other children, and they become a group of friends, secret agents, and detectives on an important mission. This book has a suspenseful plot, and a great story.
Genre: Mystery & Adventure
Review by: novam, age age 9
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This book is about a girl named Rachel who moves down south. She meets a girl who becomes her new best friend. One day they go to a island her father tells her not to go to the island again, but she does again and again. This was a great book. I loved it.
Genre: Mystery & Adventure
Review by: Lily, age 10
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This was a great book. Sad,but good. It's all about this girl named Sadako. Her friend thinks she can help Sadako's sickness if Sadako folds a thousand paper cranes, but Sadako dies at 644 cranes. This was a very good book,but a very sad book. I would definitely read this book if I were you.
Genre: Nonfiction
Review by: Lily, age 10
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SAHARA HAS ALWAYS BEEN IN A SPECIAL NEEDS CLASS BUT THIS YEAR HER MOTHER DEMANDED SHE BE TAKEN OUT. THE FIFTH GRADE HAS A NEW AND SORT OF ODD TEACHER, MISS POINTY. MISS POINTY TEACHES THINGS LIKE PUZZLING AND TIME TRAVEL. SHE MAKES THE KIDS THINK DIFFERENTLY ABOUT THINGS. BUT THERE IS ONE PROBLEM AND HIS NAME IS DARRELL. HE IS VERY DEFIANT. IN THIS YEAR, SAHARA MAKES A NEW FRIEND AND LEARNS ALOT ABOUT HERSELF AND HER CLASSMATES. I LOVED THIS BOOK AND THE BOOK ON TAPE.
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review by: ABBIE, age 11
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In this sequel to "Ark Angel", Alex Rider (the main character) is talked into assisting the Australian Secret Intelligence Service in another mission against SCORPIA. Alex works closely with Ash trying to get more information about the top secret organization, Snakehead. Along the journey he meets an old friend, but also loses a friend. This is a must-read, especially for boys who like spying. Also consider reading this if you have read the Young James Bond series.
Genre: Mystery & Adventure
Review by: Eddy, age 11
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The gripping sequal to Into the land of the Unicorns. Cara must get her gramma (the wanderer) back to Luster and on the way she learns many things about her past and present life! If you havent read Into the Land of the Unicorns then that is a must read too.
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Ava, age 12
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In this book twins, Andrew and Evie are trying to find their mom when she mysteriously disappears on their 11th birthday. This book has 3 sequels which are equally as good. You should definitly read them. (Warning: do not read alone at night. very creepy)
Genre: Mystery & Adventure
Review by: The procratonator, age unknown
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Detailed information about every key player in the Star Wars universe that ever existed.
Genre: Nonfiction
Review by: Josh A., age 10
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Young basketball player Danny Walker goes to a basketball camp in Maine. There with his friend Will try to get the coach to not hate them along with winning the championship. Can they do it, read the book to find out.
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review by: Steve Nash, age 11
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Teenage Mermaid is very much like The Little Mermaid. But not in the exact same way, it's very diffrent. She saves a boy named Spencer and he seems not to find her anywhere. He wants to give her back her locket necklace that appered on his neck. Well you just have to read the book to find out what next happens!
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Liliana, age 11
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The book, "The ear the eye and the arm," is about three children named Tendai,Rita, and Kuda. Their father is very rich and over protective and the kids have never been out of their house so yaaaaaaa. It's good.
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Hannah, age 12
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The book is about a boy who walks on a wire between two towers. I really liked this book, because it was exciting. When he walked across the rope, he was having a good time instead of being scared! I would have been scared!
Genre: Picture Books
Review by: Ashton, age 10
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Once in a house on Egypt Street, there lived a china rabbit named Edward Tulane. The rabbit was very pleased with himself, and for good reason: he was owned by a girl named Abilene , who treated him with the utmost care and adored him. And then, one day, he was lost. This is a very good sad and happy book. The rabbit has lots of people that he meets and loves. This book will sure delight you!!!
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Madi, age 11
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This was a great mystery.In most Nancy Drew mysteries it's like she's solving 2 mysteries, but in this mystery it's like she's solving 4 mysteries!I loved this mystery.
Genre: Mystery & Adventure
Review by: Lily, age 10
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Nora Rose Rowley is a genius, but don't tell anyone. So far she has been able to keep the secret. But, when she finds grades are becoming more important, she starts getting the attention she doesn't want. Oh, and the school is going to do some " additional evaluation" on her. This is not good.
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review by: MES8495, age 11
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Eric is having daymares. So he goes to his basement with his friends Julie and Neal. Then they go through a little door. Then they shut off the lights and close the door. A rainbow color stairs appear and they are in Jaffa City, in the under world. This is a great adventure story. Read this story to find out more about Eric and his freinds as they fight Lord Sparr.
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Emma M. Carey, age 8
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This was a great book.I couldn't put it down. Every time I tried I couldn't.It was so good I read it in 2 1/2 hours.This is a definite "must read".It was great.I loved it.
Genre: Mystery & Adventure
Review by: Lily, age 10
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This book is about a normal teenage girl who finds out she is a mermaid. Throughout the story she finds out about the mer world and her past. I think this is 1 of the best books ever. There are 2 sequels, Emily Windsnap and the Monster of the Deep and Emily Windsnap and the Castle in the Mist.
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Erin D, age 11
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The Tiger's Apprentice is aubout a boy named Tom. His Grandmother is a Guardian and one of his few friends is a DRAGON! I liked the book because I like Magic.
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Jack, age 9
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If you liked Chasing Vermeer (which is a definite must read)Then you will love this book! It will keep you wondering what is going to happen all day!!!
Genre: Mystery & Adventure
Review by: Alana, age 12
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It is a great book! It is about a boy who is almost 13 and is actually a werewolf. His step dad is mean. His real dad and mom got killed. He is slow and kind of weak. Until 2 days until his birthday...
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: wolfe, age 8
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This was a book about girl who moves from New York to Idaho Territory in 1883. She does not want to move at all. On the trail she meets a best friend, but then her sister dies. This was a really good book.I would definitely read this book.
Genre: Historical Fiction
Review by: Lily, age 10
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Very well written and well told!!! Will leave you craving for more. Putting questions in your mind like... why is these witch spell so important? And where could is father be? This book is a definite must read!!!
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Alana, age 12
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A book that tells anyone about wizards from mythical creatures to a wizards laboratory. A book for anyone wanting to know wizards.
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Derek, age 10
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The sequel to Wizardology for anyone wanting to know or be a wizard. With 21 chapters from Eastern Sages to Western Wizards a definite must read!
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Derek, age 10
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It was a good book. The robber got on stilts to rob houses. It was really exciting and entertaining.
Genre: Mystery & Adventure
Review by: Lindsey, age 9
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Have you ever been highjacked on a plane with your friend? that is exactly what happen to david and his friend.The highjacker took over the plane and then dumped all the fuel, shortly after that the plane crash in the middle of nowhere and they were the only survivors. Will they survive? you will have to read this book to find out.
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review by: joseph, age 10
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Girl in a Cage is about King Bruce of Scotland's daughter being captured and put in a wooden cage by King Longshanks of England's soldiers. To make it worse it's in the middle of a town square. Even though she is exposed to wind rain and all of the towns criticizing residents she is now more determined then ever to stand up to King Longshanks.
Genre: Historical Fiction
Review by: Ava, age 12
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Gregor the Overlander by Suzanne Collins is about Gregor being sucked into the Underland in the laundry room of his apartment where giant spiders and roaches exist. I liked this book because it had an exciting sense of adventure.
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Jaye J., age 11
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A very good book I enjoyed reading it. If you like a book that makes the character go into close calls a lot of time, you should really read this book.
Genre: Historical Fiction
Review by: bob, age 11
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I think the book is sad because a girl of 10 dies because of a fireworks, but doesn't want to belive she's dead.
Genre: Mystery & Adventure
Review by: Jack, age 9
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Lyra and her deamon lived at Jordan college unt her friend Roger gets kidknapped.Lyra and pan go on jorney north and meet many people and animals.
Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review by: Novam, age 9 years old
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I liked it because the idea of a homework machine is really cool. I also liked it because it told the story from different views.
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review by: Alison, age 11
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The Kidnappers is about Joey Bishop, a kid with straight As but a wild sense of imagination, sees the kidnapping of Willie Groves the third. To make matters worse Willie just happens to be the kid that was going to beat him up and no one will believe him because hes the kind of kid that says theres a spaceship on the roof. Joey becomes more involved with Willies life than he could imagine. What happens to Willie? Read The Kidnappers and find out!
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review by: wOwOw, age 12
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These are short stories about kids and troubles they go through in their life. The stories end abruptly though and it seems like they should have a moral. It gets boring after a while
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review by: Sunny, age 12
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I read this book for a school project. I was thinking it would be a drag, because I personally don't like biographies or scary stories, but i love it! It tells about the auther R.L. Stine who is famus for his Goosebumps books. It also talks about his childhood and where he went to collage and other things that happened/he did and it doesn't just say what he did it tells other stories that happened while he was doing them! I recommend this book not just for a "boring" school project, but for a regular book to read!
Genre: Nonfiction
Review by: Lilana, age 11
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I like the book, but it was kind of gross when a bird pooped in Erics eye, but I also thought it was funny that his two children will do anything do get their dad a rockstar again so they can have their credit card accounts back.
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review by: sis, age 10 1/2
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One little kid about 10 years old and his family went to visit their grandmother in Norway, but it was a horrible trip. They got in a car accident so the kid's parents died. So the kid was living with her grandmother. One summer week, they went on vacation to a beach. The kid got a present from his grandmother of two mice, but the hotel manager doesn't like to have mice in his hotel. So the kid decides to go to one huge meeting room and train the mice. Some time later, the people came in and they are the witches....
Genre: Mystery & Adventure
Review by: Frank, age 12