Sunny Rolls the Dice – book review

October 9, 2019

Sunny Rolls the Dice Sunny #3 by Jennifer Holm & Matthew Holm Graphic Novel Realistic Fiction * * * * Stars (Great!) Sunny is settling into middle school and discovering that she and her best friend Deb are starting to develop different interests. Deb is super into fashion, boys, and being cool (or rather, “groovy”). Sunny, on the other hand, wants to play D&D (Dungeons and Dragons) with some other…

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Jake Drake: Teacher’s Pet – Read It and Rate It

September 5, 2019

Teacher’s Pet Jake Drake #3 by Andrew Clements Realistic Fiction Review #1 * * * * Stars (Great!) This book was really interesting. It was about a boy named Jake Drake who becomes a teacher’s pet for helping out a few teachers. It is an entertaining and funny book. Jake is trying to make teachers stop treating him like a teacher’s pet, but everything he does just makes his teachers…

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Troublemaker – Read It and Rate It

September 5, 2019

Troublemaker by Andrew Clements Realistic Fiction Review #1 * * * Stars (Pretty good) This book was exciting and it’s about a boy who always liked to get in trouble. He would do different things to try and get in trouble. After his brother Mike comes back from jail, Clayton wants to change. He has to try hard to get people to change their opinion of him as a big…

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Frindle – Read It and Rate It

September 5, 2019

Frindle by Andrew Clements Realistic Fiction Review #1 This book was exciting. It’s about a boy who makes up a new word. The book is a good read and shows how the boy makes a word that goes viral. This book is not a waste of time. It is a great book to read. The book is about Nick Allen who makes a new word for pen, “frindle.” The word…

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Leap Day – Read It and Rate It

September 5, 2019

Leap Day by Wendy Mass Realistic Fiction Review #1 * * * * * Stars (Amazing!) It’s Josie’s 16th birthday, but actually 4th because she has her birthday on Leap Day. It tells ALL about her day and what others think of it, too. I liked how the author reveals what will happen to most of the characters in the future.

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Big Nate: Silent But Deadly – Read It and Rate It

September 5, 2019

Big Nate: Silent But Deadly Big Nate #18 by Lincoln Peirce Funny Realistic Fiction Review #1 * * Stars (Just ok) I liked that this book had better jokes than all the other books, but I must say to the adults who don’t like disrespect to other adults that this book is full of rude humor to teachers and other people.

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Big Nate: On a Roll – Read It and Rate It

September 5, 2019

Big Nate: On a Roll Big Nate #3 by Lincoln Peirce Funny Realistic Fiction Review #1 * * * Stars (Pretty good) This book is about Nate trying to win 1st place for his Boy Scouts, but his archenemy, Arthur, is his competition. I like this book because it is fun seeing all the stupid mistakes he makes. It also gives me an idea of what public school is like….

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Baby-Sitter’s Club (series) – Read It and Rate It

September 5, 2019

The Baby-Sitter’s Club series (graphic novels) by Ann Martin illustrated by Raina Telgemeier Graphic Novel Realistic Fiction Review #1 * * * * Stars (Great!) It was very entertaining, but they changed the illustrator. It was a big change to get used to. That was the only thing I didn’t like. I love how easy it is to read. Review #2 * * * Stars (Pretty good) This book was…

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Mandy – Read It and Rate It

September 5, 2019

Mandy by Julie Andrews Edwards Adventure Realistic Fiction Review #1 * * * Stars (Pretty good) When an orphan named Mandy comes upon this secret cottage she decides to tidy it up and make it her own, without telling anyone. She cleans the cottage, plants flowers, and even adds food. But when Mandy falls ill in the cottage close to Christmas and is not able to get enough strength to…

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Parvana’s Journey – Read It and Rate It

September 5, 2019

Parvana’s Journey by Deborah Ellis Adventure Realistic Fiction Review #1 * * * * * Stars (Amazing!) In this sequel to “The Breadwinner,” the story starts off with Parvana burying her father, who had died of his sickness. Once her father was buried, she starts to move and to try and find her family along with her few belongings. As she is on her journey, she finds a bombed town….

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