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Going Wild
by Lisa Mcmann

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The story is interesting and compelling, and the characters have good interactions. The writing style was a bit more tell than show, though.

Last Kids On Earth Cosmic Beyond
by Max Brallier

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This book taught me how to survive the apocalypse and have fun while doing it!

The Very Hungry Caterpillar
by Eric Carle

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Great kids book

Katie The Catsitter Graphic Novel
by Colleen A. F. Venable

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This book is about a girl who is just finding a way to spend her summer . Her two friends tell her about the fun summer camp they are attending and she should try it too. So Katie the main character goes on to find a job as to be able to attend the summer camp. Katie tries all types of jobs but nothing really works out for her until she comes upon the job of being a catsitter. Katie thinks this will be easy because she'll only have to catsit one cat but to her surprise, the owner has about 217 cats. How will she be able to control all of them? (I'll keep you in suspense again read the book)

Henry Huggins and the paper route
by Beverly Cleary

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This book was funny. Henry gets into a lot of trouble

Age Of Innocence
by Edith Wharton

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Brilliant. Incredible writing style- satirical, sincere, nuanced. Characterization is up there (but not quite) with Austen.

The Case Of The Bizarre Bouquets
by Nancy Springer

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A wonderfully constructed mystery. The character of of Enola Holmes is delightful and clever.

by Sara Pascoe

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Fun book

by Marissa Meyer

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This is a good final installment for the Renegades trilogy. My only concern is that some of the characters’ actions seem somewhat out of character when compared to previous books.

The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes By Arthur Conan Doyle
by Arthur Conan Doyle

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It has many stories with different times of mysteries, some of which prove that Sherlock Holmes is not indeed impossible to win against. If you liked other Sherlock Holmes books, I'd suggest this one.

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