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life as we knew it Life As We Knew It
by Susan Beth Pfeffer
Miranda’s life changes forever when a meteor collides with the moon, knocking it closer to Earth. Miranda’s family must do all they can to survive the catastrophic events that follow.
Review submitted by Emma.
Downriver Downriver
by Will Hobbs
This book is about a girl named Jessie and her friends going to an outdoor survivor school to the Grand Canyon with Al, their leader. Along the way, the teens run away to go rafting on their own. I would give this book five stars.
Review submitted by Siddharth.
Boys Without Names Boys Without Names
by Kashmira Sheth
Boys Without Names is about 11-year-old Gopal who gets captured and is forced to make picture frames with 5 other boys. The boys aren’t allowed to use their names or ever talk. After the boss leaves, they tell the stories of how they learned to trust each other and became friends. Will Gopal and the boys escape? Find out in Boys Without Names by Kashmira Sheth!
Review submitted by Angie.
Breaking Through Breaking Through
by Francisco Jimenez
Breaking Through was about a kid named Francisco trying to be a teacher and learn not to be like his parents.
Review submitted by Daisy.
Lightning Thief The Lightning Thief
by Rick Riordan
This is a very good book that had some Greek mythology in it. All the gods and goddesses are found in the real world. I would give it 7/10.
Review submitted by Ravi.
Mud City Mud City
by Deborah Ellis
This book, the final book in the Breadwinner Trilogy, focuses on Parvana’s best friend Shauzia, as she tries to go to France. Overall very interesting, but some parts just seemed like filler.
Review submitted by Flynn.
Catching Jordan Catching Jordan
by Miranda Kenneally
Catching Jordan is such a great book! I couldn’t put it down. Kenneally really switches the roles around and has a girl be the football star, which is a nice twist and fun to read from a different view on things.
Review submitted by Samantha.
Lessons from a dead girl Lessons from a Dead Girl
by Jo Knowles
Laine and Leah were supposed to be friends forever and keep the secret of the closet a secret to the grave, but when they drift apart, Leah constantly reappears in Laine’s life with threats of telling.
Review submitted by Paige.
Schwa The Schwa Was Here
Neal Shusterman
I liked this book a lot. It was about a boy who was partially invisible. My favorite part was when Antsy and the Schwa (the invisible boy) break into Crawky apartment. I would recommend it to anyone who wants an easy read.
Review submitted by Ben.
Dragon Slippers Dragon Slippers
by Jessica Day George
Creel gets to pick a pair of shoes from a dragon’s hoard in exchange for leaving him alone. But she doesn’t know the slippers can control dragons and when Princess Amelia gets ahold of them that can only mean trouble.
Review submitted by Michaela.

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