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57 results found for "Into The Wild" books

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book by Nancy Means Wright (view book)
There is plenty of adventure in the plot with all of the dangers that face the siblings, and the book does a good job of showing how the world right after the Revolution was confusing and chaotic. People couldn’t find family members and ...read more
Genres: Historical Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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by Sharman Apt Russell
-Winner of the Arizona Author's Association Award for Children's Literature-Runner-up for the Arizona Book of the Year-IndieFab Finalist-Finalist for the New Mexico/Arizona Book Awards-Finalist, WILLA Award for Children's LiteratureIn 1528, the real ...read more
Genres: Juvenile Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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I thought this book was awesome. The two authors made a book that Jack London would be proud of. The illustrator's pictures a open window into the world of Jack. I think any teenager would love this spooky book. This book is a great starter book ...read more
Genres: Adventure, Environment, Fiction, Paranormal
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Michael Morpurgo (view book)
This book bored me to death. Since all the stories were so short, none of the characters developed. To be honest, I never finished the book, since I was far enough into it that I realized that only a person forced to read this book would read it all ...read more
Genres: Anthology, Classic, Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Jon Krakauer (view book)
Into The Wild is a survival storythat all others are measured against now.  The story is incredible and you can't put the book down as you move from chapter to chapter.  It certainly made me appreciate the modern comforts of home and ...read more
Genres: Nonfiction
Ages: Mature Young Adult
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book by Julie Halpern (view book)
Into the Wild Nerd Yonder is a book that every girl who is doubting herself should read. Jessie is a girl who has had the same two best friends her entire life and all of a sudden she has to give it up because they aren't the same people she once ...read more
Genres: Fiction, Juvenile Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by A.G. Russo (view book)
It’s rare to find a book that so vividly portrays the strong relationship between a brother and sister. In books for teen girls, the brother is often a hook to meet the cute love interest; in books for teen boys, sisters are usually minor ...read more
Genres: Historical Fiction
Ages: Mature Young Adult
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book by A.G. Russo (view book)
I thought this book was a very interesting and engaging read. From the very beginning, I felt immersed in the world the characters were living in, even though I have never lived in a situation anywhere close to the one Tom and Melly found themselves ...read more
Genres: Historical Fiction
Ages: Mature Young Adult
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book by Gerard Purciello (view book)
One might describe this book as a wonderful Sox adventure. Gerard Purciello is an amazing author. I would read other books by Mr. Purciello. (However, the language could have been chosen more wisely for the displayed age group.) All and all, I loved ...read more
Genres: Fiction, Science Fiction, Sports
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Jen Alexander (view book)
This book was far-flung, wild, and irrational--and it was absolutely marvelous. While most books of this genre (dystopian fiction), can sometimes start a little slowly, Alexander jumped right into the plot with abandon.  She had you on the edge ...read more
Genres: Adventure, Fiction
Ages: Mature Young Adult

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