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The Secret Garden
by Frances Hodgson Burnett

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I liked when the robin showed the way to the garden.

The shadow throne
by Jennifer A Neilson

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I loved this trilogy so much. I originally saw the cover of the first book while browsing and decided it looked interesting, so I checked it out. I was enraptured in a fantastic tale from the first page and I couldn't put the book down until I was finished with all three. There was so much work and thought put into writing these and I'm now in love with Jennifer A Nielsons writing. I would totally recommend for middle schoolers- early high schoolers!

The Hunger Games
by Suzanne Collins

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The book was amazing. I highly recommend it!

The Slow Regard Of Silent Things
by Patrick Rothfuss

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A quick read, & intriguing glimpse into Auri's world. However, it won't make sense unless you've read his other two books (The Kingkiller Chronicles). Finished on 7/26.

Emily Windsnap Series
by Liz Kessler

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I really like the series. I am on the third and can't wait to read the other ones.

The Name Of This Book Is Secret
by Pseudonymous Bosch

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This book was great. I loved it, it was amazing everything in the book was a mystery and nothing is expected.

The Darkest Minds
by Alexandra Bracken

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This book is very dark. No surprise, it is called the darkest minds. It is still a good book, it does have some uplifting moments. It is about a plague that is infecting young kids. The kids who survive the plague are taken away and sorted into groups. These kids have superpowers. I am up to page 110.

The Silver Moon Of Summer
by Leila Howland

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The Silver Sisters are back to Pruet on their third summer yet, and the town's tricentennial, a celebration to celebrate the town's 300th birthday is taking place with lots of festivities! Philip Rathbone, the famous Hollywood director was shooting a TV show right here in Pruet, and Marigold gets the part of a waitress. Marigold also meets Mr. Rathbone's niece, Chloe, who is in her school. Marigold is determined to make Chloe her new best friend, but Chloe is more interested in Zinnie than she is in Marigold. Tension rises as Marigold asks Zinnie to give her and Chloe some private time. However, Chloe (as Brave13) reads Zinnie's blogs and secretly tells her interesting places to go to. On the other hand, between organizing the Tricentennial and carefully keeping a new friendship, Marigold is confused, and doubts herself. Can Zinnie live up to her promise and stay away from Chloe? Will Marigold ever believe in herself? Can the sisters keep their promise not to fight in front of Aunt Sunny? Or will their best summer end up a flop? To find out, read: The Silver Moon of Summer.

The Hunt For The Colosseum Ghost
by Geronimo Stilton

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Ancient Historical Colosseum is Haunted? That's what Geronimo finds out when he goes on a trip to Italy to teach his nephew Benjamin, History. The owner of the tours of the Colosseum is frantically shouting for help. His salesmouse for the ticket counter has quit because she hasn't sold a single ticket in weeks. Geronimo finds evidence of a rumor that Madame No is trying to buy the Colosseum. Can Geronimo and his friends prove the Ghost isn't real? To find out read:The Hunt for the Colosseum Ghost.

The Twits By Roald Dahl
by Rold Dahl

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I like it because Mr.Twit played a lot of pranks on Mrs.Twit.


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