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etiquette espionageEtiquette & Espionage by Gail Carriger

Comical and adventure packed! You will fall in love with all of the characters and see yourself through Sophronia’s exciting adventure.

Review submitted by Ariel.



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Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney

Diary of a Wimpy Kid (the 1st book of the series) is about Greg Heffley dealing with a wimpy life and the cheese touch, but this diary is no “dear diary” this and “dear diary” that, just read to find out.

Review submitted by Michael.



Marley MeMarley & Me by John Gragan

Marley & Me is a great book about the true story of a family and their crazy dog. I really enjoyed reading this book and recommend it to other teens.

Review submitted by Jackie.



Freak the MightyFreak the Mighty by Rodman Philbrick

Freak the Mighty is a really good book because it shows all about two different boys who do everything for each other for friendship.

Review submitted by Rosalva.



Lost StoriesThe Lost Stories by John Flanagan

The Lost Stories was cool because it gave you answers to the questions you still might have about the Ranger’s Apprentice series. It was very detailed, especially in one about Tug, Will, and a wolf. It has very interesting facts about all the characters.

Review submitted by Mia.


Eye of the WorldThe Eye of the World by Robert Jordan

I really enjoyed this book for a number of reasons. For one, Jordan gets into immense detail on basically everything in the book. Also, the world Jordan created is extremely huge and filled with multiple races and cultures. The book reminded me a bit of Middle Earth in The Lord of the Rings series.

Review submitted by Nick.


ABC MurdersThe ABC Murders by Agatha Christie

Really exciting with a surprise ending! A must read for anyone!

Review submitted by Vanika.



Only the Good Spy YoungOnly the Good Spy Young by Ally Carter

Such a great book! I loved it so much! The new character, Zach, was a nice touch and truly added more to the story. The new missions Cammie had and the funny encounters from the people from the first book were great. This was such a great book!

Review submitted by Tania.


StarclimberStarclimber by Kenneth Oppel

A stunning and remarkable ending to an enchanting trilogy. My original assumption was that the story was tacky and other unoriginal. As it turned out, the conclusion took me into the unknown of space with great vigilance, though the romantic elements were more than I usually take to.

Review submitted by Marie.


Streams to the RiverStreams to River, River to the Sea by Scott O’Dell

A novel about Sacagawea’s travel with Lewis and Clark on their way to the sea along the Mississippi River, the hardship, the tribes, and the adventures of Sacagawea.

Review submitted by Ghanika.