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Dr Snow Has Got To Go
by Dan Gutman

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The book has a great ending. It was cool.

The Mysterious Benedict Society
by Trenton Lee Stewart

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I loved this book! The mystery made sense and I can't wait for the sequel!

The Altered History Of Willow Sparks
by Tara O'Connor

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The book may have been a little bit scary and very mysterious. Sometimes I couldn't understand the plot.

Civil Rights Movement Books
by Monica Clark Robinson

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I learned about Little Rock Nine. They were harassed by whites people and they went to Little Rock School in Arkansas.

What Waits In The Woods
by Kieran Scott

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I was actually very scared while I was reading this book. Any horror book fans, this is your book. Other than the scary parts in the book, this was very entrancing book.

Go Dog Go
by Dr Seuss

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This is a nice easy book for beginner readers and it’s also funny. I read it to my little sister today.

Real Friends
by Shannon Hale

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Real friends is a graphic novel and it is spectacular. It is about a girl who has a group of friends but not all of them are nice to her. If you like to read graphic novels it is fun to read. The pictures are really good too.

Who Was Michelle Obama
by Megan Stine

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Michelle Obama is a very impressive lady. She is smart, likeable and friendly. She seems like an adult who is fun to be with and likes kid. And she has overcome many obstacles.

A single stone
by Meg Mckinlay

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A single stone by Meg Mckinlay is very good, if somewhat dark. The protagonist, Jena's, past is shrouded in mystery and pain, but now she lives the common life of a villager, although she is the leader of the line. With winter fast approaching, and a harvest needed, she begins to see beneath the calm of life, and into the dark world of The Mothers.

A Series Of Unfortunate Events Book 4
by Lemony Snicket

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I love these books (Series of Unfortunate Events). They always keeps me at the edge of my seat . I recommend reading these books. These books are also a Netflix original series .


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