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The Story of Science: Aristotle Leads the Way

By Joy Hakim
1 ratings1 reviews
  • nick483
    nick4834 stars
    Wow this looks like a very good book from the first cover of the book I am thinking it might be about science where some one learns a lot of science techniques and stuff that is cool which is cool so I really want to read it...

Doll School: For Girls Who Love to Teach! (American Girl)

By Trula Magruder
2 ratings1 reviews

City of Fallen Angels (Mortal Instruments, Book 4)

By Cassandra Clare
17 ratings6 reviews
  • zorba
    zorba5 stars
    AMAZING BOOK!!! This book is maybe the best book I've ever read!!!!!!!! Cassandra Clare is an AWESOME writer. When I read it I felt like I was actually in the book. READ IT!!!!! I so wish I was a shadowhunter!!!!!!!! I am reading the 6th book now and it is SOOOOO GOOD!!!!!!!!!!! This is the 4th ...


By Brian Selznick
72 ratings79 reviews
  • teacher_2466
    I am loving this book! It is so unique in that there are two stories being told simultaneously. I enjoy how one is with words and the other with pictures. This book is really making me think and use all of the reading strategies we've learned this year. I can't wait to finish and see if our t...

Reached (Matched Trilogy Book 3)

By Ally Condie
25 ratings15 reviews
  • Meg
    I really like what the series is about which is choosing what you want. I thinks the series ended good and I like how the author lets us know what was happening with each character because of the way the chapters were set up. A great book for people who want a page turner. Read them in order though.

Listen to the Wind

By Greg Mortenson
1 ratings1 reviews
  • shaima8
    shaima85 stars
    This book is an amazing book because it tells what happened in the beggining of the story and how the kids in Pakistan live and how they had to make their school.

Where the Wild Things Are

By Maurice Sendak
6 ratings6 reviews
  • tiana19149
    This book reminds me of the short cartoon i read it in six grade and i can't believe my teacher actually has that book in her library when it's like for third graders it's really funny and so by the cover it looked kind of attracting so who ever wrote it is really talented!

A Nest for Celeste: A Story About Art, Inspiration, and the Meaning of Home

By Henry Cole
4 ratings4 reviews
  • tallguy2
    tallguy23 stars
    This book is from the point of view from a mouse named Celeste. Celeste is trying to find a new home. Along the way Celeste makes many new friends and an enemy. In the end Celeste finally finds a home. Overall this book is alright and full of wonderful pencil sketches on almost every page.

Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25

By Richard Paul Evans
19 ratings17 reviews
  • brett3205
    brett32054 stars
    Your mothers gone Michael. What do you mean she's gone? Police believe she's been kidnapped. My heart froze, kidnapped, why would somebody kidnap my mother? In this book, a fourteen year old boys mother is kidnapped. they don't want his mother, they want him. Michael is not an average fourteen ye...

The Legend of Zelda, Vol. 8: The Minish Cap

By Akira Himekawa
0 ratings1 reviews

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