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Dog Man Brawl Of The Wild
by Dav Pilkey

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The book is a really good adventure, and each character has their own personalities.

A Woman Is No Man By Etaf Rum
by Etaf Rum

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Written by an Arab-American women, the book is has two timelines. The first tells the story of Isra, who is brought to America through an arranged marriage from Palestine. She joins a family driven by a viewpoint that women are worthless and that a woman's purpose is only to keep the house and bear sons. She meekly submits to this. The second story concerns her daughter, Deya, who feels oppressed by this same culture and household. She wants an education and a career -- resulting in a clash between her and the culture of her family. While I felt the writing could have been stronger, the story is powerful and eye-opening

The Runaway Princess
by Johan Troianowski

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The king dresses up really weird in this book.

Everything Everything
by Nicola Yoon

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This was a well-written book, that hooked me from the beginning. The main character cannot leave her house because of an illness. Everything is changed when she meets the new boy next door. She falls in love and risks everything for a chance to be normal.

Desperate Characters Paula Fox
by Paula Fox

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‘The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.” Henry David Thoreau This quote gives the book its name. The time period is the 1960s over a weekend; the main characters are Otto and Sophie Bentwood, and the location is an emerging neighborhood for the wealthy in Brooklyn. There is no question that the writing is brilliant. It would take several readings to discover all the symbols and deep meanings conveyed in the book. There are two sources of tension in the book – Sophie is bitten by a cat and is fearful that she has developed rabies; Otto and his business partner are in the midst of an unfriendly break up. While I can appreciate the many good qualities of this book, the characters are just so pitiful because of their meaningless lives that I became bored with them. To rewrite Thoreau’s quote: “The mass of men lead lives of quiet insignificance.”

Rainbow Dash's Double Dare
by G. M. Berrow

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I liked that book. It was about Rainbow Dash going on an adventure to complete a double dare. The main character was rainbow dash. the setting of the book was Ponyville.

Feasted Landscapes: Sustainability in American Topics - Volume 1
by Lori DeLaCruz, Brandon Morton, Yolanda Garcia Rome

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Although it was a textbook for my History class, it was pretty interesting. I felt like I was getting deep into History, since this was a survey class. Some of these stories I have never heard of. Chapters were short, so that was a good thing, and easier to finish.

Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban
by J.k Rowling

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This is my favorite book from the series. It showcases new and different characters. It also starts to bring Harry to the darker side of the Wizarding World.

Dragon Masters 4
by Tracy West

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The book is about Rori proving her dragon is awesome. The main characters were Rori, Ana, Drake, and Bo. I would recommend this book to a friend.

Things Seen From Above
by Shelley Pearsall

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April, an 8th grader, is wondering about a new student at her school— Joey.


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