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SAAS MSSAAS MS wrote a review
a book of questions about what is right...
The book is full of detail and interesting points of view. Plus a twisted ending that maybe isn't how it should be. The book captures attention of the readers and they never want to put it down. My Sisters Keeper makes you think how lucky you are to be who you are.
My Sister's Keeper
by Jodi Picoult
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SAAS MSSAAS MS wrote a review
I like this book because we all tried to runaway, but it isn't as easy as some think.
I like this book because we all tried to runaway, but it isn't as easy as some think. The book is written in journal format, and I thought that was an interesting aspect that sets the book apart from others. This book made me, and anyone else who has read it, think twice before running away.
Runaway
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SAAS MSSAAS MS wrote a review
an enjoyable book written in an interesting style...
Having several narrators who have dissimilar personalities gives the book many different points of view. This book is a must read for all who enjoy a hilarious light read with a touch of suspense.
The View From Saturday
by E.L. Konigsburg
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SAAS MSSAAS MS wrote a review
filled with adventure...
I would recommend this book because it is filled with adventure, was an easy read, and best of all, this book always kept me in suspense to find out the ending of each chapter, whether the outcome was good or bad.
Stoneheart
by Charlie Fletcher
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SAAS MSSAAS MS wrote a review
a unique fast read that will keep your attention the whole time...
George Orwell wrote this fable about farm animals that realize how terrible the humans treat them. The animals fought the humans, pushing the people out of their farm to create an entirely new society from the humans. Once the humans are out, the animals make laws that were built to completely set them apart from the people.
Animal Farm
by George Orwell
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SAAS MSSAAS MS wrote a review
This book left me thirsty for more Becky Bloomwood adventures!
This book effortlessly combines humor and important life lessons, proving that books with a moral don't have to be serious; they can even be funny. Becky Bloomwood, who might just learn to follow the financial advice she gives out to her readers, discovers these life lessons in a wholehearted and innocent way, which makes for a refreshing read. All readers can enjoy this book and learn something too, because we have all been in a situation where our bad habits get the best of us. This book left me thirsty for more Becky Bloomwood adventures!
Confessions of a Shopaholic
by Sophie Kinsella
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SAAS MSSAAS MS wrote a review
I think this book is an interesting book to read if you have the chance.
I like this story because I got to think about if I was in this kind of situation what would I do? Also the funny thing is that earlier my mom kept nagging me to read it and I liked it after all! This book is short, interesting, and makes you feel like you're in his boots. It also makes you feel like when you're in the front of a fire or when you're fishing in the rain. It even teaches you skills about fire making, hunting, carving, and using the things around you that you might not know. Overall, I think this book is an interesting book to read if you have the chance.
Hatchet
by Gary Paulsen
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SAAS MSSAAS MS wrote a review
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fun and adventurous...
This story is about hard work, trust, family, and love. The Secret Life of Bees is so fun and adventurous. It is so unique because of the different things that take place, how everything has a purpose, and that you don't realize it at first, but the core of this story is Lily's search for her mother, and finds a place she never expected.
The Secret Life of Bees
by Sue Monk Kidd
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SAAS MSSAAS MS wrote a review
another option...
Paris finally thinks that she can call this place her home, but there is another option.
The Road to Paris
by Nikki Grimes
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SAAS MSSAAS MS wrote a review
a thrilling and mystifying novel...
This book takes place in the Middle Ages and is about a mischievous orphan boy named Will, the rangers, and a dream to become a knight just like his ideal father, even though he is very small and not super strong. What is the Ranger Corps, what do they do, who are they and what is this extraordinary invisible power that they are supposed to have? Who is Will's father, and what will happen to Will. This will all be unraveled in this thrilling and mystifying novel.
The Ranger's Apprentice
by John Flanagan
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