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Across A War-Tossed Sea

By L.M. Elliott
4 ratings2 reviews
  • zomboy500
    zomboy5005 stars
    this book is alsome you should read it

National Geographic Kids Everything Mythology

By Blake Hoena
20 ratings11 reviews
  • borntoswim
    WOW thats looks so cool! I bet if I read it i will understand much more about the Percy Jackson books!

Eddie Red Undercover: Mystery on Museum Mile

By Marcia Wells
15 ratings17 reviews
  • darkhorse
    darkhorse5 stars
    Eddie Red is a fun little book with a special little boy. Edmund has a photographic memory and attends a gifted school with his best friend, who can be a liitle off the walls at times. When money get's tight, Edmund looks out for a job to stay at his school. When Edmund becomes an eye witness for...

Yolonda's Genius (Newbery Honor Book)

By Carol Fenner
0 ratings2 reviews
  • vmora
    i love this book it is cool

You Wouldn't Want to Be a Samurai!: A Deadly Career You'd Rather Not Pursue

By Fiona MacDonald
0 ratings1 reviews
  • sean51
    its a great book if you want to learn about samurai and learn why you would not want to be one obvious judging by the title. have a good time reading the book.

Drama Queens in the House

By Julie Williams
1 ratings2 reviews

Cruisers Book 4: Oh, Snap!

By Walter Dean Myers
2 ratings1 reviews
  • capedadvenger
    This is a good book because of all of the drama in it it can be funny and there's the main characters Zander, Kambui, Lashonda, Bobbi, Cearn, and Mr. Culpepper and its just fun with a lot of humor.

What's for Lunch?

By Andrea Curtis, Yvonne Duivenvoorden
1 ratings1 reviews
  • tpwatermelon
    This book explains what children around the world eat for lunch at school. My top 3 favorites include: France, Mexico, and the U.S.A. This book takes place all around the world. French children eat food the school makes . They usually eat cheese, a salad, meat, bread and water. Fruit juice an...

Parvana's Journey

By Deborah Ellis
6 ratings1 reviews
  • teacher_2668
    In this sequel to the Breadwinner, Parvana sets off on a journey to find her Mother. She meets other children along the way and they work together to survive in the war torn desert.

A Chair for My Mother

1 ratings1 reviews
  • seago
    This book really spoke to me about how teamwork can get things accomplished a lot faster. The family made a common goal and they worked together to reach that goal.

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