Babysitter’s Club: Kristy’s Great Idea

September 30, 2017

The Babysitter’s Club: Kristy’s Great Idea Babysitter’s Club #1 by Ann M. Martin Graphic Novel Realistic Fiction Review #1 * * * * * Stars (Amazing!) This book is about Kristy’s great idea to start a babysitter’s club.  They all have issues with their families and each other.  I love how Ann M. Martin makes the story interesting and frustrating at the same time.  It’s like moving your emotions through…

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Stargazer

September 30, 2017

Stargazer Land of Elyon #4 by Patrick Carman Adventure Fantasy Review #1 * * * Stars (Pretty good) I like how “Star Gazer” has a lot of adventure and is full of fantasy.  I also like how Alexa becomes a leader.  But the book is drawn out and you get bored until further in the book.

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Ghost Buddy: Zero to Hero

September 30, 2017

Ghost Buddy: Zero to Hero by Henry Winkler & Lin Oliver Funny Supernatural Review #1 Billy Broccoli is a boy who meets a ghost named Hoover Porterhouse.  Billy had moved to Hoover’s house because his mother married his stepfather and Billy also has a stepsister named Breeze.  Billy has a plan, 1. To be accepted at his new school, 2. To get revenge on a school bully, Rod Brownstone and…

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Minecraft: The Secret Treasure

September 30, 2017

Minecraft: The Secret Treasure Minecraft #1 by Winter Morgan Adventure Review #1 * * * * Stars (Great!) It starts out with two minecraft named Rose and Noah who are trying to get their town back from Griefers.  They meet four other people along the way called Hannah, Ben, Girl in the Red Jumpsuit and also Khile.  The reason why I liked this book was because they didn’t just end…

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Power of Poppy Pendle

September 30, 2017

The Power of Poppy Pendle by Natasha Lowe Fantasy Review #1 * * * * Stars (Great!) This book is about a girl named Poppy Pendle who is born a witch.  Her parents are very proud because they don’t have powers and Poppy got powers from her grandmother.  When Poppy turned 7 she went to a special school called Ruthersfield Academy.  She does really well, but her real passion is…

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Danny, the Champion of the World

September 30, 2017

Danny, the Champion of the World by Roald Dahl Realistic Fiction Review #1 * * * * * Stars (Amazing!) “Danny, the Champion of the World” is about a kid named Danny who is maybe the best mechanic under 7 and his dad.  They live in a caravan and one night Danny’s dad tells him the deepest, darkest secret ever.  You see, all parents, even great ones like Danny’s dad,…

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Trackers: Book 1

September 30, 2017

Trackers: Book 1 by Patrick Carman Adventure Mystery Thriller Review #1 * * * * * Stars (Amazing!) “Trackers” is a great book for when you’re craving suspense and ADVENTURE.  It is a very unique book, too.  The author tells the story in a very different way.  Can’t wait for Book Two! Review #2 * * * * * Stars (Amazing!) I was very intrigued by the very first page….

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Crossing Niagara

August 11, 2017

Crossing Niagara by Matt Tavares Nonfiction Review #1 * * * * * Stars (Amazing!) Crossing Niagara is a nonfiction story about a guy named (called) Great Blondin.  He crossed Niagara on a 3 inch wide rope and never fell.  He did many tricks, including carrying a man on his back and standing on a chair.  He finally left Niagara because he felt there was nothing left to accomplish.

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Dork Diaries 3: Tales from a Not-So-Talented Pop Star

August 11, 2017

Tales from a Not-S0-Talented Pop Star Dork Diaries #3 by Rachel Renee Russell Graphic Novel Realistic Fiction Review #1 * * * * * Stars (Amazing!) I like all of the Dork Diaries books because there is a different message in each of them.  My favorite one is #3 because Nikki and her friends form a band for a contest and they have lots of different scenarios and adventures.

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Sweet Home Alaska

August 11, 2017

Sweet Home Alaska by Carole Estby Dagg Realistic Fiction Review #1 * * * * Stars (Great!) The book was great, it held a ton of description making the reader feel like part of the story.  You could tell the author put a lot of effort towards the book by the words used along with her figurative language.  Why I gave it a four star rating was that the beginning…

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