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1. Thirteen Reasons Why (Hardcover)
    Author: Jay Asher
    Publisher: Razorbill
Young Adults 12/13/2011
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Debbie said: Thankful for the hopeful ending.
tags: I read
322 Reviews  
2. Going Bovine (Hardcover)
    Author: Libba Bray
    Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Young Adults 3/18/2010
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Debbie said: Not used to all the cussing so it's definitely for older. I had trouble getting through the beginning, but found the ending sad and satisfying.
2,664 Reviews  
3. The Hollow (Hollow Trilogy) (Hardcover)
    Author: Jessica Verday
    Publisher: Simon Pulse
Young Adults 2/2/2010
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Debbie said: I enjoyed the story, but I felt there was a big buildup. I expected a bit more excitement at the end.
1,571 Reviews  
4. David Copperfield (Great Illustrated Classics) (School & Library Binding)
    Author: Charles Dickens
    Illustrator: Pablo Marcos Studio
    Publisher: Playmore Inc. Publishers
Ages 9-12 2/2/2010
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Debbie said: I was disappointed in this children's version. It seemed very dry and 'told' the story rather than involved me in the action.
49 Reviews  
5. When You Reach Me (Hardcover)
    Author: Rebecca Stead
    Publisher: Wendy Lamb Books
Ages 9-12 1/19/2010
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Debbie said: Much fun! How great to see a Newbery winner that will be read widely.
7,588 Reviews  
6. Stealing Death (Hardcover)
    Author: Janet Lee Carey
    Publisher: EgmontUSA
Young Adults 1/8/2010
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Debbie said: I wasn't into this story at first, but by the end I wanted more.
33 Reviews  
7. Merlin's Dragon: Doomraga's Revenge (Hardcover)
    Author: T. A. Barron
    Publisher: Philomel
Ages 9-12 1/8/2010
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Debbie said: This got good at the end.
36 Reviews  
8. A Season of Gifts (Hardcover)
    Author: Richard Peck
    Publisher: Dial
Ages 9-12 10/29/2009
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Debbie said: I'm a big Richard Peck fan, so naturally I loved this book. Grandma Dowdel is my hero! Will kids love it as much as this old former librarian? Not sure, but I hope so.
592 Reviews  
9. Dog Days (Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Book 4) (Hardcover)
    Author: Jeff Kinney
    Publisher: Amulet Books
Ages 4-8 10/20/2009
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Debbie said: Lot of fun for middle schoolers who are reluctant readers. Not quite as good as the first, but Greg isn't as mean so that's good at least for this parent).
4,163 Reviews  
10. Fairest (Hardcover)
    Author: Gail Carson Levine
    Publisher: HarperCollins
Ages 9-12 9/29/2009
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Debbie said: Another reread-I'm hoping I'll learn something from rereading good books like this one. It starts out slow, but then becomes a page turner.
3,413 Reviews  
11. The Midwife's Apprentice (Newbery Medal Book) (Hardcover)
    Author: Karen Cushman
    Publisher: Clarion Books
Young Adults 9/23/2009
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Debbie said: I've read it before and wanted to reread. It's, of course a good book, although I found myself wondering what exactly was the problem in the book. Is it survival-or perhaps inner conflict between th...more
684 Reviews  
12. The Hunger Games (Hardcover)
    Author: Suzanne Collins
    Publisher: Scholastic Press
Young Adults 9/20/2009
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Debbie said: Wow, what a page turner. Although not for the faint hearted, I can see this appealing to older boys and girls.
159,998 Reviews  
13. Stargirl (Paperback)
    Author: Jerry Spinelli
    Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
Young Adults 9/9/2009
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Debbie said: I want to be more like Stargirl. I know the name put off my middle school son. He was sure it was told by a girl.
6,385 Reviews  
14. Captain Underpants and the Big, Bad Battle of the Bionic Booger Boy, Par...
    Author: Dav Pilkey
    Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks
Ages 4-8 9/9/2009
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Debbie said: Oh to be so clever! I think we need more books like this for reluctant readers.
221 Reviews  
15. Rebecca (Paperback)
    Author: Daphne Du Maurier
    Publisher: Harper Paperbacks
Adult 9/9/2009
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Debbie said: If I was the editor, I think I would have condensed the first five chapters, but it remains a good read for an old lady like me.
10,411 Reviews  
16. Dracula (Paperback)
    Author: Bram Stoker
    Publisher: Penguin (Non-Classics)
N/A 9/9/2009
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Debbie said: It's been a long time since I read this classic. What a great storyteller. For some reason, I felt it was a bit anticlimatic in this day and age.
4,450 Reviews  
17. Being Nikki (Airhead, Book 2) (Hardcover)
    Author: Meg Cabot
    Publisher: Point
Young Adults 9/9/2009
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Debbie said: I loved Airhead, so I couldn't wait to read this one. I must admit I was disappointed in the repetition, but I loved the twist at the end.
828 Reviews  
18. Airhead (Hardcover)
    Author: Meg Cabot
    Publisher: Point
Young Adults 9/9/2009
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Debbie said: Great fun-what a clever idea. I couldn't wait to read the second one.
1,368 Reviews  
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