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The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference

The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference

By Malcolm Gladwell
0 ratings1 reviews
  • adubov
    This book is very intriguing. It talks about how the smallest things could affect the biggest. I really enjoyed this book.
LMNO Peas

LMNO Peas

By Keith Baker
5.0
1 ratings1 reviews
  • zookzook08
    zookzook0855 stars
    I liked the book because it was funny to read and it was easy to read, the peas told funny jokes.
Doc McStuffins: All Stuffed Up (World of Reading (Disney Early Readers))

Doc McStuffins: All Stuffed Up (World of Reading (Disney Early Readers))

By Cathy Hapka
4.0
1 ratings1 reviews
  • zookzook08
    zookzook0844 stars
    I really like Doc McStuffins, so this was a really good book for me to read. I want to be a doctor or a teacher when I grow up.
Pinkalicious: Crazy Hair Day

Pinkalicious: Crazy Hair Day

By Victoria Kann
5.0
1 ratings1 reviews
  • zookzook08
    zookzook0855 stars
    I love this book, I actually love all dr.seuss books but this one helped me because I was always sad about having curly hair.
Froggy Gets Dressed

Froggy Gets Dressed

By Jonathan London
5.0
1 ratings1 reviews
  • rahul2007
    rahul200755 stars
    First I love this book because it is hilarious! Did you know, first froggy forgets his pants, then his UNDERWEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is a great book and you will love it!
A Mango-Shaped Space

A Mango-Shaped Space

By Wendy Mass
4.58
38 ratings44 reviews
  • palindrome
    Mia, a thirteen-year-old eighth grader, wants nothing more than to be absolutely normal. That is, however, until she discovers that the secret that would make her known as a freak, the fact that she can see colors for letters, numbers, and sounds, is not insanity but a gift known as synesthesia. ...
Nest

Nest

By Esther Ehrlich
4.0
1 ratings1 reviews
Ida B: . . . and Her Plans to Maximize Fun, Avoid Disaster, and (Possibly) Save the World (Bank Street College of Education Josette Frank Award (Awards))

Ida B: . . . and Her Plans to Maximize Fun, Avoid Disaster, and (Possibly) Save the World (Bank Street College of Education Josette Frank Award (Awards))

By Katherine Hannigan
4.5
20 ratings22 reviews
  • haasjm
    haasjm55 stars
    I loved this book. It's about accepting new changes and friends. I love how it relates to the book, True(... Sort of) by the way the earth talks to them. I recommend this book to people that like reading about life suddenly falls apart but then gets put back together.
For Keeps

For Keeps

By Natasha Friend
5.0
1 ratings1 reviews
  • cupcakereader11
    This book is for kids that are a little bit older for some of the scenes in the book. I like the plot twist at the end. Very Amazing!!!!!!!
The Crossover

The Crossover

By Kwame Alexander
4.57
7 ratings6 reviews
  • jamsc
    jamsc55 stars
    "The Crossover," by Kwame Alexander is an amazing book. My Mom went to new york, met Kwame Alexander and brought me back a signed copy. When I started reading it, I stopped because it starts out a little b...

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