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14 results found for "Lion Boy" books

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book by Nicola Davies (view book)
The Lion Who Stole My Arm was a very short book. It was not challenging for me to read. It only took one day for me to read. It only had 81 pages in it . I would recommend this book for someone who would like to read a short,easy book. ...read more
Genres: Adventure, Fiction, Juvenile Fiction
Ages: 8 - 12
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by Zizou Corder
What do you do when you come home one day and discover that your parents have been kidnapped? Well, if you’re a brave young guy named Charlie Ashanti, you go off in search of them. And since you happen to know how to speak Cat, your feline friends ...read more
Genres: Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Jeff Stone (view book)
Genres: Adventure, Series
Ages: 8 - 12
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book by Robert Bresloff (view book)
This is a very good book because of the many adventures Leo and his uncle take, including their buggy ride to Leonardo's house and a meeting with a stone carver. I like how Leo completely changes his mindset in the story; he goes from annoyed at ...read more
Genres: Juvenile Fiction
Ages: 8 - 12
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book by Margarita Engle (view book)
Lion Island is a story of power, bravery, strength and determination. The book unfolds with elegance and strength, showing the passion that Antonio, Wing, and Fan feel as they go against the law to save their own. Each character has a different ...read more
Genres: Fiction, Historical Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Margarita Engle (view book)
This book was written more as a series of poems than as a continuous story. Each 'chapter' is a page or less, telling a little bit more about life in Cuba, and gives bits and pieces of a whole. Eventually, we learn more about characters, ...read more
Genres: Fiction, Historical Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Zizou Corder (view book)
Finding the story in "Lion Boy: The Chase" was very difficult, for the author leapt at nearly every opportunity to 'soap box' about various political topics today, an effort that is very amusing considering that the book ...read more
Genres: Adventure, Series
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Tom Berquist (view book)
I enjoyed reading Stalking Los Angeles. I thought the storyline was a very original idea; I’ve never read a book like this one before. I liked how the author used alternating perspectives between Reggie and the mountain lion, because it allows ...read more
Genres: Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Ian Baucom (view book)
I liked the book Through the Skylight because of the characters.  Each character got to narrate his/her own parts of the story.  Since there were six kids, one could get confused with all the different perspectives. The conflict ...read more
Genres: Historical Fiction, Juvenile Fiction
Ages: 8 - 12
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book by Nick Place (view book)
I did really enjoy this book, but it was a very easy read aimed more towards a younger set of readers (perhaps grades 3-5). The fantasy plot was easy to follow but way out there. Too many unlikely scenarios made it hard for me to relate the story to ...read more
Genres: Adventure, Fantasy, Fiction, Juvenile Fiction
Ages: 8 - 12

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