The Looking Glass by Richard Paul Evans
I read The Looking Glass by Richard Paul Evans. It was a good book and I would also recommend all his books to everyone who likes to learn/hear about love, treasure, as well as mysteries that they find.
review submitted by Haley
Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis
I just read Bud, Not Buddy. It was really funny. The main character, Bud, has a great imagination and is hilarious. It is set in the 1930’s and you learn a lot about what was going on during the depression and how people survived.
review submitted by Jeff
Lulu Dark Can See Through Walls by Bennett Madison
Lulu Dark Can See Through Walls is about a girl named Lulu Dark whose purse gets stolen. She doesn’t want to play detective, she just wants her purse back. But when things start getting stranger and a Lulu impersonator, dead classmate, nail concious stalker, and more start showing up, Lulu realizes this isn’t just about a lost purse.
review submitted by Katie
A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park
Salva lives in a war torn country, Nya has to walk eight hours a day for water. Neither children live an idylic childhood, or even close to one. How will each child survive when sickness and war are all over?
review submitted by Paige
Vampire Kisses by Ellen Schreiber
A goth girl falls in love with a goth vampire. In the process, they encounter two other vampires who want to get revenge on the goth vampires. This was a good book. If you like the Twilight Saga, you will love this book. I give this book 5 out of 5 stars.
review submitted by Isha
Fruits Basket by Natsuki Takaya
Tohru Honda is a high school student. She lost her parents at a young age, so she lived with her grandfather. But, while her grandfather’s house was getting renovated, she lived in a tent. But it was on Sohma property and they found her, so the Sohmas let her live with them for awhile. But Tohru stumbles upon their family secret.
review submitted by Karen
Ask Me No Questions by Marina Budhos
Ask Me No Questions by Marina Budhos is an amazing book. It’s the story of Nadira and her family being considered terrorists after the 9-11 attacks. IT’s breathtaking and you want to keep reading no matter what. It shows you the other side of immigrant life.
review submitted by Shane
Heart and Salsa by Suzanne Nelson
Heart and Salsa is about a girl named Cat who loves diving. When she moves to Boston, she does anything she can to get away. So, she signs up for the S.A.S.S. program to go to Mexico and spend some girl bonding time with her best friend Sabrina, who happens to have a boyfriend that no one told Cat about. Cat gets caught in a little romance, too. This book is a quick read that I would recommend.
review submitted by Natalia
Mud City by Deborah Ellis
In this epic conclusion of the Breadwinner Trilogy, Shazuia, Parvana’s friend, has come to a refugee camp in Pakistan. Later on, she travels to Peshanar, Pakistan in search of work to get to France to get away from her miserable life. As you read this book, you might wonder if her plan is actaully a possibility or just a hopeless dream of escaping.
review submitted by Brian
Step Up 3
I really love dancing and it is one of my dreams so when I saw Step Up 3, I was amazed. The dance moves, group dances, and music were so well thought out and extraordinary. The story follows a dance group waiting to battle another, but first they go through personal obstacles. This movie had amazing choreography and actors/actresses. I will definitely watch it again!
review submitted by Sharzad