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book by Jo Knowles (view book)
Personally I did not like See You At Harry's. As I read it I thought boring all the way. I am a big fan of adventure books so See You At Harry's was not my style. It was a serious book with no humor. There was not a vertex in the plot and the ...read more
Genres: Fiction, Special
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Jo Knowles (view book)
I liked this book a lot; it shows what it’s like to have a family that is always too busy for you. Knowles combined a lot of themes in this book: family, sexuality, tragedy, and bullying. She didn’t put all of these things into one person ...read more
Genres: Fiction, Special
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Jo Knowles (view book)
I enjoyed this book; it was very captivating. Once I started reading, I couldn''t stop. I think this would be a good book for kids 10 and up. My favorite part was when Fern's sister was pull over in the ice cream truck. There is nothing ...read more
Genres: Fiction, Special
Ages: 12 and up
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by Jo Knowles
Amazon Best Books of the Month for Kids, May, 2012: 12-year old Fern just wants to be normal. Instead she must endure her father’s endlessly embarrassing advertising ploys to boost the family business and the invisibility that comes with being the ...read more
Genres: Fiction, Special
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Stefan Petrucha (view book)
Let me give it to you straight, this book is fantastic! It starts off when Harry Keller a High School boy learns that he can go into another dimension called A-Time. In A-Time he can see people time lines: the past, present, and future of people and ...read more
Genres: Fantasy, Fiction, Series
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Melissa Marr (view book)
To me, as a teenager, that is a powerful statement. It's a statement for all of us trying to make our way through the crazy worlds of middle and high school. I often motivate myself by thinking of characters in the books I've read, of what ...read more
Genres: Fantasy, Romance, Series
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Scott Spotson (view book)
This book has a very realistic view of life. Like dictators, the Liberators take over the country. When you are reading this book, it  wholly absorbs your attention, and you can't put it down. When you are finished it feels like you just got ...read more
Genres: Fantasy
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Harry Mazer (view book)
My Brother Abe was a pretty good book, but there were some boring parts. It was a good easy read. If anyone wants a book they could read in an afternoon, I would recommend My Brother Abe. If you aren't at all interested in history, don't read ...read more
Genres: Adventure, Historical Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Karen Foxlee (view book)
This book is almost impossible to put down, the story makes you worry that the evil Mr. Angel will actually win. It has lots of action and suspense along the way. Overall A Most Magical Girl is a great book. I ...read more
Genres: Adventure, Fantasy, Fiction
Ages: 8 - 12
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book by Aric Cushing (view book)
I thought Vampire Boy was a great book. It was full of adventure, magic, and mystery. The characters were well developed; Alex is a vampire that tries to be friendly to everyone and is brave, too! By using a lot of conversation between the characters ...read more
Genres: Fantasy, Fiction, Humor, Adventure
Ages: 8 - 12

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