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The Box Turtle By Vanessa Roeder
by Vanessa Roeder

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I liked the characters.

Rainbow Magic Fairy Books
by Daisy Meadows

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rainbow magic books are the best because they include fairy tales like little Mermaid and Cinderella but they are a little bit different from the original fairy tales. My favorite book from the series is Cinderella. There are many books in the series. 1st to 3d grade bookes

Beautiful Country
by Qian Julie Wang

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An important look at the psychological trauma this family experienced during the time they were undocumented in the US. However the short excerpts didn’t connect well and I found it hard to get into the flow.

Magical Beatdown
by Jenn Woodall

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A bit of the ol' ultraviolence. Not really my thing, but I liked the way the colors changed for the transformed version of the character.

Something in the Water
by Catherine Steadman

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Great read. The novel keeps the reader's interest by following the protagonist as she tries to interpret what's happening around her, not always accurately, but drawing on her curiosity to move her forward. Humor and suspense add to the enjoyment of this page-turning thriller. Sit down, keep food nearby, and start reading. Odds are you won't get up until you've finished the last page. It's that good.

Reckless Girls By Rachel Hawkins
by Rachel Hawkins

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Quick summer mystery read. Utterly preposterous, but enjoyable nonetheless.

City of Light
by Lauren Belfer

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I received this book as part of a book club and dove right in. It takes place in Buffalo around the year 1900 and weaves all sort of history into a fictional murder mystery tale. Though not a traditional hang on the edge of your seat mystery, the story is told by the headmaster of a private school whose life intertwines with all sorts of residents of Buffalo, particularly the upper class. Her story and background unfolds in the pages and connects the dots to many different characters.

Jennifer Chan Is Not Alone
by Tae Keller

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I am used to reading books from the bullying victim, not the bully, so this book was an interesting change of pace for me. Tae Keller did an outstanding job with this difficult story line, all my high expectations were exceeded.

The Guncle
by Steven Rowley

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I adored the characters and their journey. I laughed far more than I cried. Will definitely be reading this again.

My Awesome Dinosaur Book
by Make Believe Ideas

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I liked how it had jokes in it and my favorite dinosaur is in it (ankylosaurus).