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The Boxcar Children, Special Edition (Boxcar Children Mysteries)

The Boxcar Children, Special Edition (Boxcar Children Mysteries)

By Gertrude Chandler Warner
4.38
13 ratings18 reviews
  • kjtennis
    kjtennis55 stars
    10/5 stars! Jessica, Violet, Henry, and Benny are all alone. Begging for scraps is their only way of life. Then, they meet the boxcar, an old, red boxcar in the woods. They then make the boxcar their home, occasionally going on different adventures to get the necessary supplies to make the boxcar...
Fish in a Tree

Fish in a Tree

By Lynda Mullaly Hunt
4.79
19 ratings35 reviews
  • Bm113
    My book is Fish In A Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt. It is about a girl named ally who has dyslexia, and struggles in school. Her teachers think shes a troublemaker, and her classmates think she is dumb. Her brother Travis is different too he's really talented when it comes to machines but school's a...
Wonder

Wonder

By R. J. Palacio
4.78
790 ratings1769 reviews
  • felicisowl
    felicisowl55 stars
    Wonder was a book I first read 2 years ago, and over the years, I just couldn't stop re-reading it. The kids at my school call this book "childish", "horrible," and "weird just like the kid in the book." I think just the opposite. August is a normal kid on the inside, but not on the outside. ...
The Catcher in the Rye

The Catcher in the Rye

By J.D. Salinger
4.0
4 ratings5 reviews
  • megank
    megank33 stars
    Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger is a very interesting story about a high school boy called Holden. At the beginning of the story, Holden is annoyed in several situations so he decides to go to New York. Holden tends to do "adult things" but his mind just becomes more and more chaotic. I don't...
Divergent

Divergent

By Veronica Roth
4.78
302 ratings568 reviews
  • ifeelbookish
    ifeelbookish55 stars
    *SPOILERS* (I didn't know whether to review the book or the movie, so I just reviewed both.) So let's start with the characters. Well, Uriah was going to be introduced in Insurgent, and Al killed himself five minutes after he was introduced. Ugh. Edward wasn't in the movie, and of course, there...
Book Scavenger (The Book Scavenger series)

Book Scavenger (The Book Scavenger series)

By Jennifer Chambliss Bertman
4.76
17 ratings18 reviews
  • jeffdaboss
    jeffdaboss55 stars
    This book is AMAZING. If you are a fan of the Gollywhopper Games or Chris Grabenstein, this is a book for you. Emily is a constant user of an extremely popular book scavenging site. When she moves San Francisco, the home of the famous Griswold (creator of scavenging site and other book- related e...
Ivy + Bean, Book 1

Ivy + Bean, Book 1

By Annie Barrows
4.13
120 ratings150 reviews
  • ifeelbookish
    ifeelbookish33 stars
    What drew me to this book was the cover (I know, you shouldn't judge a book by it's cover). I can explain, the cover had two girls on the it, who looked like best friends (I'm a sucker for best friend-related books). I also recognized Sophie Blackall's wonderful, awesome illustrations. Anyway, ba...
Solar Energy

Solar Energy

By Rose Lewis
0 ratings1 reviews
  • dominic_w21
    this book helps me learned about why should we use solar energy more often and how is using more solar energy helpful for our planet and I also know that using solar energy save more money because solar energy is a free source, no one owns the sun. But there is also bad things because solar en...
The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games, Book 1)

The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games, Book 1)

By Suzanne Collins
4.79
1351 ratings2054 reviews
  • peeta12
    This is the best trilogy ever look at my name!! I am obsessed with the hunger games trilogy all three of the books went to midnight premire of the movie they had the hunger games in the theater it was so col but i didnt get picked i was in district 4 and the guy from our district won!! I like the...
The Lemonade Crime (The Lemonade War Series)

The Lemonade Crime (The Lemonade War Series)

By Jacqueline Davies
4.63
24 ratings20 reviews
  • memoiloveit
    I rate this book as fair since even though the protagonist, Evan Treski, is given his stolen $208 back, the mystery is too easy for me to have to think deeply for. The author made the criminal too blatant and nobody else can be blamed. Jacqueline Davies made the criminal, Scott Spencer, take too ...

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