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Titans CurseThe Titan’s Curse by Rick Riordan

An amazing book. The Titan’s Curse is emotional with sadness, surprise, and sacrifice. A few hunters die. Bianca, for just a gift for her little brother, and Zoe, to fight with her friends against her father even though she knows she will die.

Review submitted by Kaeley.


legend book coverLegend by Marie Lu

Legend was a captivating story about love, trust, and deception. This book left me wanting more, and I recommend it for anyone! It was amazing!

Review submitted by Kate.



SwindleSwindle by Gordon Korman

It’s a really good book. It’s about the Babe Ruth baseball card. This guy named Griffin finds the card and sells it for $120.00 and realizes it’s real and tries to steal it back without getting caught.

Review submitted by Devraj.



Day of the Djinn WarriorThe Day of the Djinn Warriors by P.B. Kerr

This book was fun to read because it was funny, and I was able to understand what was going on.

Review submitted by Jill.



Insurgent book coverInsurgent by Veronica Roth

Insurgent is an amazing book filled with tons of action and romance. I strongly recommend this book.

Review submitted by Julia.



Serpent_ShadowThe Serpent’s Shadow by Rick Riordan

This book is a great fictional story about Egyptian mythology. It is a great adventure book and it is written perfectly by Rick Riordan.

Review submitted by Rithin.



Tales-Dork DiariesTales from a Not-So-Happy Heartbreaker by Rachel Renee Russell

I loved this book! After I started reading it, I couldn’t stop! It was a very suspenseful book. My favorite part is when Nikki goes to her kid sister’s fake salon.

Review submitted by Cora.



Out of the DustOut of the Dust by Karen Hesse

Out of the Dust is a sad, yet heart warming story of Billie Jo, a 15 year old girl. She and her family are trying survive the depression and the Dust Bowl years.

Review submitted by Cici.



Cabin FeverCabin Fever by Jeff Kinney

Cabin Fever is about Greg Heffley having a wimpy life and gets stuck in his house in a huge blizzard and it actually turns out that Manny, his little brother, turned off the circuit breaker for every room except his.

Review submitted by Michael.


Hoop HotshotHoop Hotshot by Jake Maddox

The book is about a boy who got cut from his middle school team and what he does to improve. A+ book!

Review submitted by Benjamin.

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I Hunt KillersI Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga

I really liked the book. It was full of action and kept me on the edge of my seat.

Review submitted by Steven.




The Elements by Theodore Gray

The Elements is a book with 2-4 pages about every element known to the human race. It teaches you a lot of different fact about elements. Each 2-4 pages has 3-10 paragraphs, 7 on average. It goes from Hydrogen to Ununoctium.

Review submitted by Michael.


BigNateFlipsBig Nate Flips Out by Lincoln Peirce

The book named above was really funny and is creative, just like all of the other Big Nates. I enjoyed it a lot. This particular book was about Francis and Nate getting into a colossal fight over how Nate was so messy. So, Nate gets hypnotized to be neater, but it doesn’t work out too well.

Review submitted by Anthony.


The ListThe List by Siobhan Vivian

This was such a good book! It’s the start of the new school year when the list is put out–one pretty girl and one ugly girl in each grade–drama unfolds and friendships shatter. This book does show the reality of high school beauty pressures.

Review submitted by Kendall.


The callThe Magnificent 12: The Call by Michael Grant

4/5 stars. The book has a great plot line. It starts with a person gathering twelve kids to defeat an evil queen. The twists and turns will leave you hanging.

Review submitted by Tyler.



EnchantressThe Enchantress by Michael Scott

5 stars. A great ending to a great series. Everything is nothing that you would expect for the ending.

Review submitted by Allison.



Just ListenJust Listen by Sarah Dessen

This book has an amazing story. I could not put this book down. Sarah Dessen truly takes you to another world with her amazing books.

Review submitted by Emily.



Harry Potter and the Chamber of SecretsHarry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling

This book was the sequel to Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. In this book, someone has been opening up the chamber of secrets again. I thought it was good.

Review submitted by Nicole.



Ninth wardNinth Ward by Jewell Parker Rhodes

Lenesha’s mother died right after she gave birth to her. Mama Ya-Ya took care of her forever! Hurricane Katrina hit and Lanesha experienced many hardships, including one of her friend’s deaths.

Review submitted by Paula.



One for the Murphy'sOne for the Murphy’s by Linda Hunt

It’s a book about when Carley Conners goes into a foster home with the Murphy’s after her mom lands in a coma. She grows close to the Murphy’s until her surprise of going back to her mom.

Review submitted by Aleks.


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InsurgentInsurgent by Veronica Roth

Insurgent was the sequel of Divergent. I thought that it was very good! I couldn’t put it down! I would recommend the series to anyone who enjoyed The Hunger Games.

Review submitted by Nicole.



The Hunger Games book coverThe Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

It was an extraordinary novel for teens. I believe that this is one of my favorite books since it has everything I desire in a book such as action, romance, and suspense.

Review submitted by Oleg.




Gone by Michael Grant

5 out of 5 stars! It was fun to think about what I would do if everyone over 15 disappeared! I would want a special power.

Review submitted by Morgan.



Divergent book coverDivergent by Veronica Roth

Beatrice Prior is a sixteen year old girl nervous about her aptitude test. She will be put into one of five groups: Dauntless, Amity, Candor, Erudite, and Abnegation. Which one will she fall in?

Review submitted by Patrick.



Throne of FireThe Throne of Fire by Rick Riordan

Sadie and Carter go through many obstacles in the second book of the Kane Chronicles series, as well as in the first one. Read all books of Rick Riordan!

Review submitted by Paula.



!Unwind book coverUnwind by Neal Shusterman

Three kids are sent to be unwound. Connor, a trouble maker, is sent by his parents. Rissa, an orphan, is sent because of money, and Lev is sent because of his religion. They escape their fate, but they can’t hide, only run.

Review submitted by Stephanie.


hugoCabretThe Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick

It is about an orphan named Hugo. He wants to finish building a robot that his father found. When it is finished, it tells him things that change his life.

Review submitted by Michaela.



DiaryWimpyKidDiary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney

The book is about a boy who is in the middle school. He tells you how to live in the middle school when you get there and what to do.

Review submitted by Lucian.



SilenceSilence by Becca Fitzpatrick

I like this book because it was great for the third book in the series with amazing plot twists and relatable characters. I would rate it a 10/10.

Review submitted by Samantha.



WalkTwoMoonsWalk Two Moons by Sharon Creech

A girl named Sal moves to Euclid from Bybanks because Sal’s mother went away to Idaho. Sal met a girl named Phoebe and became best friends. Sal’s grandparents and her go and find Sal’s mother died. Then they go back home.

Review submitted by Megan.


Black Swan reviewed by Amanda

I’m in love with the movie Black Swan (2010).  I strongly recommend this movie for those who love ballet, dancing, or ballet performances. I take ballet, and every time I watch this movie (which has been more than a few times) I become so motivated to dance. The choreography of this movie is amazing, as well as the story line. However, since this is a Rated R movie, I wouldn’t necessarily recommend this movie to anyone under the age of 16, maybe 15 at the least. There are some sexual parts of this movie that in my opinion (and from watching it with immature friends), is only for mature audiences. I also did have to watch it 2 or 3 times to realize the hidden parts to the story-line and once I concentrated and watched the whole movie, everything tied in together and it made sense (which only made me love the film even more!). Natalie Portman is both an amazing actress and dancer, and if I had to rate this movie, I would give it a 5 out of 5 star rating.

Click here to find the movie Black Swan in the Library, and please note that this movie is rated R and not intended for teens under the age of 17 to watch without an adult present.

review submitted by Amanda

Beautiful Creatures reviewed by Paige

Beautiful Creatures

by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl

Hi, I’m Paige, and I just recently read the book Beautiful Creatures written by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl. This book is about a boy named Ethan Wate. In the start of the book, he has a dream about a girl he has no clue who she is. This is strange seeing someone in a dream he doesn’t know because he lives in a small town in South Carolina. Eventually, a new girl moves to the town, Lena Duchannes. She happens to be the niece of the town creep and locked up. The girl is shunned by the school, so Ethan decides to befriend her. One day in class they bump into each other and the light above them breaks. Also, when Lena went to sharpen her pencil, the window next to her shattered. Ethan starts falling for her and realizes why Lena is so different and how they have a connection. Read Beautiful Creatures to find out why Lena Duchannes is different from EVERY other girl Ethan has ever known.

review submitted by Paige