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14 results found for "All Things Great and Small" books

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book by James Herriot (view book)
The book is quite a long read and describes each scene very thoroughly. Some are funny others are sad, but I enjoyed every one. ...read more
Genres: Nonfiction
Ages: 12 and up
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by James Herriot
Take an unforgettable journey through the English countryside and into the homes of its inhabitants-- four-legged and otherwise-- with the world's best-loved animal doctor.For over 25 years-- since All Creatures Great and Small was first published-- ...read more
Genres: Nonfiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by John Corey Whaley (view book)
At first, I was wondering how the stories of Cullen Witter and Benton Sage would intertwine in a logical way, but the climax was a beautiful weaving of the lives of two very different and complex characters. The ending left me with no questions, just ...read more
Genres: Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Elana K. Arnold (view book)
My opinion on Sacred is split: there are some things I liked and some things I didn't. Overall I enjoyed the story, but it definitely has flaws. I loved the island setting - it was secluded and solitary and seemed very peaceful. It wasn't a ...read more
Genres: Fiction
Ages: Mature Young Adult
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book by Laura Pedersen (view book)
"Best Bet" was a pretty good book. I think this book would be very good for teens that have just gotten out of college and have many roads to travel on. I like that no matter where or what Hallie wants to do, shes always got friends on her ...read more
Genres: Fiction, Juvenile Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Maiya Williams (view book)
Although the beginning was a bit dull, I still loved this funny, amazing book and hope Maiya Williams will keep writing more great books just like this one.  For example, I liked when some of the adults wondered how the flyers for the school got ...read more
Genres: Fiction, Humor
Ages: 8 - 12
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book by J. L. Manning (view book)
This book is really not that great, in fact I hate to say it, but it is terrible. It wasnt just the lack of plot that made it bad, but also the scripted writing which was awkward and difficult to read. It was written in a very strict manner, but ...read more
Genres: Fiction
Ages: Mature Young Adult
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book by Neal Shusterman (view book)
Books about sick children tend to make me nervous. The Fault in Our Stars seems to be unceasingly loved by everyone except me, who failed to be impressed by the plot’s stale ingredients of illness, questionable romance, and overwrought ...read more
Genres: Fiction, Science
Ages: 12 and up
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This Side of Magic was an intriging book with a plot that makes it an easy read that will have kids turning the pages until they are done. Debbie Dadey's style of writing is extremely clear and easy to understand. Penny and Luke are likable ...read more
Genres: Fantasy, Juvenile Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Elizabeth Atkinson (view book)
I really enjoyed this book. I think it was a great story because the characters were so likeable. Even though Ruby and Eleanor were completely different, they would both be great friends to have. Ruby was a confident character who didn’t let ...read more
Genres: Fiction
Ages: 8 - 12

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