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name: Jaxon

grade: 2

title: Diary of a Wimpy Kid

author: Jeff Kinney

I really like Diary of a Wimpy Kid. I like how they show how a wimpy kid\'es school year or summer is like.


name: Felicity

grade: 5

title: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

author: J.K. Rowlings

In Harry Potter #4 Harry has to do very dangerous tasks, but gets to the end and he is very brave. Although it does get a little dark at the end of the book, I still enjoyed the story. All the characters had a different personality and a different way looking at the problem for Harry. I would recommend this book to Harry Potter fans or anyone into adventure. This book would be best for readers ages 10 and up. Enjoy reading Harry Potter #4!


name: Wylie S.

grade: 5

title: Calvin and Hobbes

author: Bill Watterson

Calvin and Hobbes is the perfect book to read over summer. Calvin is the boy, and Hobbes is his favorite stuffed animal. Calvin sees Hobbes as alive, and Hobbes helps Calvin use his imagination in many mischievous ways. Five stars.



title: Junie B. Jones And Some Sneaky Peeky Spying

author: Barbara Park

This was about the fifth time I've read this book and I like it because Junie B is funny and she does things that aren't right. The funniest part is when Junie B spies again, after she was already told not to, and the weirdest part is when her teacher "Mrs." and the guy she's with in the grocery store kiss. You should read this book, but you shouldn't act like Junie B!

name: Jensen

grade: 3

title: Captain Underpants and The Tyrannical Retaliation Of The Turbo Toilet

author: Dav PilkeyT

The book was funny especially when the teachers in the book was funny and when the big toilet from book 2 became alive again.

name: Katherine Dahm

grade: 5

title: School For Good and Evil

author: Soman Chaini

This year, Best friend Sophie and Agatha are about to Discover we’re all the lost children go the fabled school for good and evil where ordinary boys and girls are trained to be fairytale heroes and villains. as the most beautiful girl in Gavalton Sophie has dreams of being kidnapped it into an enchanted world her whole life. with her pink dresses, glass slippers, and devotion to good deeds she knows that she will earn top marks at the school for good and graduate a storybook princess Meanwhile, Agatha with her shapeless black frocks, wicked pet cat, and dislike of nearly everyone, seems a natural fit for the school for evil. but when the two girls are swept into the endless woods they find their fortunes reversed—and they'll quickly find that the only way out of the fairytale is to live through it

name: Emily Lukaszewicz

grade: 2

title: Whatever After - Fairest of All

author: Sarah Mlynowski

Whatever after fairest of all is part of a series. It is about a girl named Abby who has just moved to Smithville and has a creepy mirror in her basement that sucks Abby and Jonah into a fairytale.Jonah is hungry so after following a “old hag”into a forest they see a small house and they meet Snow White. By stop the evil queen they change Snows story.Abby,Jonah and Snow White learn that everyday here in the fairytale land is one hour back home. Can Abby,Jonah and snow defeat the Evil queen and can Abby and Jonah return home before 7:00?


name:  Alice Lukaszewicz

grade: 4

title: Magic Misfits

author: Neil Patrick Harris

This book is a part of a series of 4. I am reviewing the first book. A summary of this book : Carter started as a young boy living on the street and doing magic with his awful uncle Sly. Carter has had enough of his mean “uncle” Sly and runs off in to the night got on to a moving train and was gone. By some miracle the train came to a stop at a beautiful town called Mineral Wells. Here he meets new friends. But unfortunately there is a selfish, money-hungry B.B. Bosso and his crew trying to get anything and everything They can get at. Carter and five friends need to be careful and also need to stop B.B. Bosso from taking away the wonderful town of Minerals Wells. I rate this book four and a half stars out of five stars. I connect with book because its adventures are awesome and its really fun. This book does not remind me of another book.


name: Lily

grade: 5

title: Allergic

author: Megan Wagner Lloyd

review: I loved this book because it really shows how an allergy or health condition can affect somebody's life. It really helped me realize what people with allergies can go through.

name: Bilyaminu Musa

grade: 6

title: Trombone Shorty

author: Troy Andrews

review: This book shows me that you can do anything even at a young age.

name: Goldie

grade: 5

title: Katie the Catsitter - Best Friends Forever

author: Colleen A.F. Venable

review: It is a very nice mix, and the lesson of the book is very clear. Even though it may have points you disagree on, it is still a wonderful book.


grade: 4

title: Lucky Broken Girl

author:Ruth Behar

review: This book is good. It talks about the struggles of being hurt and being from a different country.

name: Georgia

Grade: 4

title: Guts

author:Raina Telgemeier

review: You are rely able to connect to it. You are able to emerge in to Raina's fear of sickness and how to get over it.

name: Anna                                                                                                                                         grade: 2                                                                                                                                              title: Judy Moody                                                                                                                                  author:Megan McDonald                                                                                                                       review: It was a really good book about a third-grader who has adventures with her brother and friends. You should read it because it is funny and has a good story. I liked it because it was quick-read.                                                                                                                                               

name: Lily                                                                                                                                         grade: 4                                                                                                                                            title: Smile                                                                                                                                   author: Raina Telgemeier                                                                                                             review: I love the graphic novel Smile because it is so relatable even if some of the things that happened didn't even happen to you. First Raina damages her teeth and has to deal with people being mean to her about it and calling her names. Even her own friends. And during all this if it wasn't enough, there is an earthquake, she has trouble making and keeping friends, but somehow in the end, it all works out. I love how throughout the whole story, even though barely anything goes right for Raina, she still knows how to make a wrong into a right.              


  name: Lily
  grade: 4
  title: Diary of a wimpy kid old school
 author: Jeff Kinney
 review: I think that everybody should read this book. It is so funny and engaging for any reader. I love the part where Greg talks about baby wipes and how awesome they can be. I also love this book because it is not just about one thing. In the beginning, Greg's mom gets 100 people to sign a petition to not have electronics for two days. And then, Greg goes to a camp that is really gross and there is hair on all the cabin floors. And so much more after that! I think that everyone who reads or listens to this book, will be very happy after.

     name: Wesley
     grade: 4
   title: Dog man fetch 22
   author: Dav Pilkey
   review: The book was great it was very interesting and how the tadpoles learned how to be nice I loved the book and it was amazing.


   name: Amos

  grade: 5

  title: It Ain't so Awful, Felafel

  author: Firoozeh Dumas

  review: Despite acting like an American girl ( For example, burning herself while tanning which is dangerous because you can get cancer.) people making raciest comments and shaming Zomorod and her family. For example, a plumber was wearing a raciest shirt about Iranians. Zomorod who was born in Iran and changed her name to Cindy after she went to the U.S.A. twice, goes with her family to Newport Beach, California, from Compton, California. They have a condo. One time, the leader of Iran goes to other countries and then to the U.S.A. Iran kept American citizens as captives. Meanwhile in U.S.A. Zomorod's father get's fired and raciest people commit racism towards Persian people. At the end, there's a job party and the captives are let go after Ronald Reagan's inauguration. One part that might be funny is when Cindy calls another Cindy's mother for ham as a prize as a joke for her mischief and then in a store, she has a ham tantrum. This book is important because it shows the difference between cultures and it just might teach Americans to be tolerant toward different cultures and be open-minded.

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