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Tuesdays at the Castle

Tuesdays at the Castle

By Jessica Day George
4.29
42 ratings47 reviews
  • ramo
    ramo55 stars
    Tuesday at the castle, is a novel written by Jessica Day George. it begins Celie is the youngest daughter of the King of Sleyne. She lives with her family in a magical Castle, a Castle with personality. The Castle’s quirks are one of the main attractions of the book. It grows new rooms every Tues...
Dora's Bedtime Adventures (Dora the Explorer)

Dora's Bedtime Adventures (Dora the Explorer)

By Various
5.0
2 ratings4 reviews
  • minorkitty
    minorkitty55 stars
    This is the most amazing book I have ever come across in my lifetime. I strongly reccomend this book, due to its complicated story structure and intricate details.
Royal Wedding Disaster: From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess

Royal Wedding Disaster: From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess

By Meg Cabot
5.0
6 ratings11 reviews
  • bibliophile
    Welcome to Genovia! When Olivia became a princess, she never signed up to take care of her little brother, dance with The Flexer, meet her annoying cousin, Louisa, and worst of all.... attend the Royal Genovian Academy! She realized that being a princess is way more different than one would expec...
I Will Always Write Back: How One Letter Changed Two Lives

I Will Always Write Back: How One Letter Changed Two Lives

By Martin Ganda, Caitlin Alifirenka
5.0
3 ratings5 reviews
  • catface173
    catface17355 stars
    This book is about an American girl (Caitlin) and a Zimbabwe boy ( Martin). For a school assignment, they become pen pals. Everyone in Catlin's class wrote to an unknown student in a distant place. Martin was really lucky to receive a letter from Caitlin. Their were 10 letters and 50 kids in Mart...
No Ordinary Sound:  A Classic Featuring Melody (American Girl Beforever Classic)

No Ordinary Sound: A Classic Featuring Melody (American Girl Beforever Classic)

By Denise Lewis Patrick
3.0
5 ratings8 reviews
  • scigirlronni
    scigirlronni55 stars
    This book looks cool and awesome and also I would love to have it.I love American Girl and I'm a bookworm.Melody live during the Civil Rights Movement.She grew up in Detroit and she is so happy because she gets to see at the Youth Club at church.She gets help from her older sister and older broth...
Unidentified Suburban Object

Unidentified Suburban Object

By Mike Jung
4.75
4 ratings12 reviews
  • dogogirl10
    I'm not korean, I'm chinese but I bet this book would be a good book to read. Also, I hate it when people don't know the difference with Korean, Japanese Chinese, Taiwanese, or Vietnamese.
Princess Academy: The Forgotten Sisters

Princess Academy: The Forgotten Sisters

By Shannon Hale
4.64
25 ratings32 reviews
  • happypug12
    happypug1255 stars
    This is THE grand finale. And you couldn't ask for a better one. At times, your heart will mourn, at others, you will feel like YOU can fly. The ending is utterly satisfying. Miri will always be a much-loved heroine to me. I loved this from the beginning to the end.
Happy!

Happy!

By Pharrell Williams
5.0
1 ratings1 reviews
  • super10
    super1055 stars
    I thought this was a great book! It had me dancing in my head! This book has the lyrics explained, so I actually know what Pharrell is actually saying
Separate Is Never Equal: Sylvia Mendez and Her Family's Fight for Desegregation

Separate Is Never Equal: Sylvia Mendez and Her Family's Fight for Desegregation

By Duncan Tonatiuh
5.0
3 ratings2 reviews
  • super10
    super1055 stars
    I think this book is a great push for anti- racism. In this book the Méndez family fight for segregation. They tried to enroll 5 kids in a school. 2 white kids got in, but 3 Mexican kids didn't. The Méndez family constantly asked why, but wouldn't get a answer. But after a year of fighting, they ...
Kid Athletes: True Tales of Childhood from Sports Legends (Kid Legends)

Kid Athletes: True Tales of Childhood from Sports Legends (Kid Legends)

By David Stabler
4.5
18 ratings32 reviews
  • dstabler
    I learn a tremendous amount. Even when I'm writing about someone I think I know very well—like Michael Jordan or Babe Ruth—I always find out new things about them. Most books about famous people skip over their childhoods and focus on their time as adults, so it takes a lot of research to find in...

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