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  • Monster hunt : exploring mysterious creatures

    This book is about a variety of mythical creatures that may or may not exist. It explains where the animal lives, its sightings, its appearance, and the author's opinion on it.

    This book is very ...

  • The giving tree

    I love this book! I recommend this book for 1st graders & up.

    This book is about a kid that has a best friend, an apple tree. The little boy and the apple tree play with each other all the time. ...

  • Prisoner B-3087

    Based on the true story of Jack Gruener: 10-year old Yanek Gruener spent most of his life under the control of the Nazis who had taken over their homey town of Krakow. It was horrible, but not ...

  • Projekt 1065

    This was a good book, with lots of twists and turns.

    It is about a boy who joins the Nazis to spy on them from the inside. His father is in International Relations and is the Irish ambassador to ...

  • Exile (#2 Keeper of the Lost Cities)

    This book is about a girl named Sophie Foster. Sophie was raised by humans but discovered when she was twelve that she is actually an elf. She has been living in the elf world with Grady and ...

  • All about turkeys

    This book is about how turkeys live. It also tells you some interesting facts about their life.

    I liked this book. I liked it because it was very detailed and informational but had lots of pictures ...

  • Urban Outlaws (#1)

    In this action-packed book Jack, Charlie, Wren and Slink live in an underground bunker. They call themselves the Urban Outlaws. Charlie is an engineer. Jack is a hacker. Wren is a great actor. Slink ...

  • Lily and Dunkin

    This is a great book about a girl that is born in a boy's body and a boy with bipolar disorder. They meet in a Florida town and become good friends. There is a lot of drama. They try to save a tree ...

  • The Giver (#1)

    Jonas lives in a society where supposedly everything is perfect. However, when he gets the job of the Receiver of Memories, he begins to think otherwise. The job of the Receiver is to inherit all of ...

  • Once was a time

    When Lottie travels from World War 2 to present day, she finds herself stuck in a world of strange inventions and weird clothing. She must find a way home to her family and her dearest friend, ...

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  • The voyage to Magical NorthThe voyage to Magical North

    Fayers, Claire, author.

    Found alone in a rowboat as a child, twelve-year-old Brine Seaborne now works keeping house for an irritable magician and his annoying apprentice, Peter. But when Brine and Peter get themselves into trouble and must flee, they somehow find themselves on the path of the legendary pirate ship "Onion." Soon, they're thrown into the pirates' quest to find the Magical North, a place so secret most people think it doesn't exist.

  • The Van Gogh deceptionThe Van Gogh deception

    Hicks, Deron R., author.

    A boy is found wandering in the National Gallery in Washington, DC. He has no idea of who he is or how he got there, but he does know a lot about art. It turns out that he is being pursued by a gang of criminals who want to stop him from telling what he knows and ruining their scheme. But he doesn't remember what he knows, either.

  • UndefeatedUndefeated : Jim Thorpe and the Carlisle Indian School football team

    Sheinkin, Steve, author.

    Features the underdog story of the Carlisle Indian Industrial School football team which under the leadership of coach Pop Warner and player Jim Thorpe became known as "the team that invented football." Highlights the systematic governmental persecution by the government and the players determination and grit, on and off the field, that led them to defeat more privileged schools like Army and Harvard.

  • This is my dollhouseThis is my dollhouse

    Potter, Giselle, author, illustrator.

    A little girl builds a house for her dolls out of a cardboard box but is embarrassed when she sees her friend Sophie's perfect plastic dollhouse. When Sophie comes over to play, the little girl is afraid her dollhouse won't be good enough. After the friends use their imagination and take their dolls on an adventure, she learns to be proud of her creation.

  • The secret subwayThe secret subway

    Corey, Shana, author.

    On February 26, 1870, Alfred Ely Beach unveiled his masterpiece under the crowded, cobblestone streets of New York City - the city's first subway. Although funding to extend the subway dried up and Beach never saw the system take effect, he laid the groundwork for the future.

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