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by hilary mckay
great stories of the troublsome Casson family.
by Gail Carson Levine
while aza has the most beutiful voice in the kingddom she is the ugliest. when she gets promoted to lady in waiting she yearns to be beutiful but is it worth it.
by melissade la cruz
great book drama and popularity
When Maggie is finished with her weight loss program (Pound Pattrollers), she wants to start a new life. But when she becomes very popular at the camp she is working at, her old friends begin to feel deserted. The book talks about frienships, popularity, responsibility, true friendship.
author: Wendy Mass
Amanda hasn't talked to Leo in a year. But today it is her birthday and she cant wait for it to be over. So the next day ... it starts all over again. How will she get out of the swirl of time? This book is about friendship, and betrayel.
A beautiful finish to an amazing saga. It starts out great keeps on being great and ends great. my answer to the controversy over twilight vs. Harry potter is Twilight.
Bella and Edward have Sex:o and they also get married.
My question how old is Tia?(-_-)
Author Lauren Tarshins
A great follow up to the first book. Emma still cares more about others then about herself.
Author Lauren Tarshins
Emma-Jean understands the cycle of Photosynthesis more than the behavior of her peers. She has tried not to get tangled into their troubles until she finds colleen in the bathroom crying. can a mouse stealing candy , a bad Cadillac ,and a fake dance invitation give her some friends.
Author- Lisa Yee
great book had a slow start and some of the story was confusing.
star rating 4 stars
Is a great overall book adventure romance mystery.
some crush talk of the marriage bond.
Author- Frewin Jones
Star Rating- 3 stars
A book with a slow start and is confusing in the beginning. It is a very imaginative book.
a lot of crushes and some marriage.
Author: Annie Bryant
Stars: 4 Stars
The first book of what looks to be a very promising series. the book has a little bit of a slow start but it is great. About four very different girls that start out as enemies that turn into best friends , but will it last?
has some crushes.
Just Ella by Margaret Haddix
Star Rating - Four Stars
Maturity - Some talk about parents intimacy.
Summary: When Ella, or the name we all Know her by "Cinderella" was whisked off to the royal castle she was having the best time with her betrothed, right? Wrong. She has found out she would rather be back with her step-evils than at the castle, learning needlepoint , being trapped indoors and to top it off the only alone time with the prince is shared with a chaperon! Ella is beginning to think that she really hasn't found true love after all. I liked this book because it was good from the start.
Life As We Knew It by by Susan Pfeffer
Star Rating - FOUR Stars
Maturity - Mild relationships, characters kiss.
My first book read by author Susan Pfeffer. I really enjoyed this book. Its about how a family cope's with an meteor hits the moon. It tells the story about how the family becomes closer when dealing with their new struggles.
I will give each book star rating based on my overall opinion of the book and explain my rating.
I will also rate each book based on its content. For other avid readers you might also have trouble finding great books that are not too mature in content.
For my maturity ratings I will list what things are in the book that parents or guardians might be concerned about.
If you ever want more information feel free to post a question and I will do my best to answer it.
Does anyone else have trouble finding the next great book? I am 10 years old and am an avid reader. I am looking to share reviews of some of my favorite books and here from others on what they are reading. I read on average 12 hours a week, and am always looking for the next good book. I am currently reading Life As We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer. I will give my first review when Im done.