"Big Nate lives it up " reviewed by Hadi on June 4, 2016

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Big Nate lives it up
Author: 
Lincoln Pierce
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Big Nate is a really easy book to read, but I like it. I would like something more challenging. Anyway Big Nate has to be a buddy with this looser Breckenridge. Nate didn't realize soon enough that he was the buddy of this bully in kindergarten. But his name was Bobby in kindergarten. So Nate stopped being buddies until his friend Dee Dee made a point that was smart. She said that there was no Bobby then, but now there was Breckenridge, so eventually Nate forgave him. I liked this book because it was from Nate's point of view.
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4
Average: 4 (1 vote)

"A Spear of Summer Grass" reviewed by Luann D on May 10, 2016

Title: 
A Spear of Summer Grass
Author: 
Deanna Raybourn
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Usually for books I have enjoyed, I begin to cast a fictitious movie. A Spear of Summer Grass takes us back to 1953 with Clark Gable, Grace Kelly and Ava Gardner in Mogambo. In A Spear of Summer Grass, it is the 1920's and fun flapper Delilah's antics are cover for the tragedy of World War I. Exiled to Africa by her family, she crosses paths with larger than life Ryder White, a big game hunter and safari guide. This part could be played by Harrison Ford as well at Gable. Delilah soon falls not only for Ryder but also for mysterious Kenya, and it's people, animals and customs. This book is fun, contains some violence, it is Africa after all, some sex but nothing graphic. A great summer read.
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4
Average: 4 (1 vote)

"The Incredible Journey to the Depths of the Ocean" reviewed by Ann A. on August 30, 2015

Title: 
The Incredible Journey to the Depths of the Ocean
Author: 
Harris, Nicholas
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This book captured my four-year-old's imagination, and we have spent countless hours finding our way from surface waters to deep ocean trenches and back again. He has always loved animals, and since reading this book has been absorbed by all things aquatic. We've had it out for the maximum time allowed, and I can't believe we have to give it up! I do hope another child will come along and love it as much as we have.
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5
Average: 5 (1 vote)

"The Fault in our Stars" reviewed by Avery B. on June 19, 2015

Title: 
The Fault in our Stars
Author: 
John Green
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The Fault in our Stars is an amazing book because you kind of just feel what cancer is like. The two main characters are Hazel and Augustus. Hazel has lung cancer, and Augustus used to have cancer in his leg, so they had to chop it off. Augustus's leg is not really what the story is about, and there is a lot more to it. This story is amazing, as well as very sad. I love this book very much, and I think you should read it, too.
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5
Average: 5 (1 vote)

"The False Prince" reviewed by Leah R. Clausman on March 2, 2015

Title: 
The False Prince
Author: 
Nielsen, Jennifer A.
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The first book of the Ascendance Trilogy. In this medieval type series of sword fighting, horse riding, and royalty, you're introduced to the pickpocket Sage, a boy teenager. As quickly as you learn he's an orphan, Sage is bought by a mysterious man by the name of Bevin Conner. Quickly collected with four other orphan boys throughout the made-up country of Carthya, Sage is brought to an estate were he learns more of this mysterious man's plan for the boy who will be finally chosen. With the purposed and sad murder of one of the four, Sage finds out that this is no ordinary game of obedience, but a deathly one concealing a more treasonous route. With brushes of romance and beginnings of friendships, The False Prince pulls you into a story skillfully written and starts you on a twisted journey, making you reach for the second and third books.
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4
Average: 4 (1 vote)

"One for the Murphys" reviewed by Ashley Burris on February 28, 2015

Title: 
One for the Murphys
Author: 
Lynda Mullaly Hunt
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Hello. I really like the book One for the Murphy's. I hope that when someone picks this book up their whole mind changes about judging others without knowing what its like to walk a mile in their shoes. Also, a whole new perspective on foster families and how your treated when placed in one. There's just as much good in the world as there is bad. Its all up to you and what you make of it. I recommend this book to everyone.. young and old.
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5
Average: 5 (1 vote)

"Tonight and Always" reviewed by Loretta C. on February 26, 2015

Title: 
Tonight and Always
Author: 
Nora Roberts
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The author writes from the point of view of Kasey Wyatt, a beautiful, twenty-five year old, single, savvy and intelligent female anthropologist. Kasey has been employed to help the aristocratic, athletic, single, and complicated Jordan to write his book. Kasey brings joy to the Palm Springs estate, but enrages the homeowner, who is Jordan's mother, that he thought he had under control. The eleven- year-old granddaughter blossoms during this brief visit by Kasey. The author is a wizard at describing her characters. "Pops" is the one to bring the situation under control. The book is a quick, easy read. It is one to take to the beach or keep handy to read while waiting for tardy friends at restaurants.
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"Dewey: The Small Town Library Cat Who Touched the World " reviewed by suze on February 12, 2015

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Dewey: The Small Town Library Cat Who Touched the World
Author: 
Vicki Myron
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This is a great true story about a cat named Dewey and all the lives he touched. I am not really a cat person but enjoyed reading about this special cat! If you love cats you will really enjoy it.
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5
Average: 5 (1 vote)

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