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Rocket and Groot: Stranded on Planet Strip Mall! (Marvel Middle Grade Novel)

Rocket and Groot: Stranded on Planet Strip Mall! (Marvel Middle Grade Novel)

By Tom Angleberger
3.82
17 ratings32 reviews
  • awesomeguy2000
    OK. This book is AMAZING. There are several reasons I like this book. Like-really? This book is total humor! Killer toilets! Also, I read tom angleberger's other series "orgami yoda" and I loved it, so I tried out reading this book which is also written by tom angleberger and loved it too! In add...
The Mother-Daughter Book Club

The Mother-Daughter Book Club

By Heather Vogel Frederick
4.58
36 ratings41 reviews
  • Bookwormgirly:)
    About: 5...excuse me, 4, but 'hint hint' with the 5 thing...4 COMPLETELY different girls from Concord,MA in the sixth grade's mothers set up a Mother-Daughter Book Club. Before I go on, let me introduce the characters: Emma Hawthorne, aspiring poet who likes Zach Norton and is best friends with ...
Book Scavenger (The Book Scavenger series)

Book Scavenger (The Book Scavenger series)

By Jennifer Chambliss Bertman
4.56
34 ratings37 reviews
  • swirlycool
    swirlycool55 stars
    This book is about an author who was walking to an appointment when 2 gentlemen got into his way. They asked him for the book he was working on. The author said they needed to be more specific. One of the men said that he is old and he doesn't hear right. The author got his walking stick and used...
National Geographic Kids Almanac 2017

National Geographic Kids Almanac 2017

By National Geographic Kids
4.58
57 ratings39 reviews
  • kjtennis
    kjtennis55 stars
    Usually, alamanacs would not appeal to me. But I love NatGeo so much, I decided to try this one out. I absolutely LOVED this book! It had several different sections; one is about animals, one is about pop culture, one is about geography, and even more! Each section is beautifully written, and I r...
National Geographic Kids Weird but True!: Ripped from the Headlines 3: Real-life Stories You Have to Read to Believe

National Geographic Kids Weird but True!: Ripped from the Headlines 3: Real-life Stories You Have to Read to Believe

By National Geographic Kids
1.0
1 ratings9 reviews
  • wow257
    That's the National Geographic style. In order for it to be attractive to readers, it has a bunch of facts in bold print.
Firefighters - Internet Referenced (Usborne Beginners)

Firefighters - Internet Referenced (Usborne Beginners)

By Katie Daynes
0 ratings1 reviews
  • unicornkitty
    This book was long it was good but long. IT tells you all about fire man. it tells you who they are and how they help and lots of people ya. I like there little pitchers they are so cute.
Kingfisher Readers L2: Sun, Moon, and Stars

Kingfisher Readers L2: Sun, Moon, and Stars

By Thea Feldman
3.0
1 ratings1 reviews
  • reesespug
    reesespug33 stars
    This book was really interesting it teaches you lots of fun things about our solar system. My favorite part of this book was learning that the sun is a giant star so cool right?
Look! A Book!

Look! A Book!

By Bob Staake
3.5
2 ratings2 reviews
  • unicornkitty
    unicornkitty33 stars
    It was a very good book it was a very easy read. It was good i like the pitchers and the book was very fun book it was like were is Waldo but different. It was different because instead of finding one thing you had to fined more then one thing.
Ben & Becky in the Haunted House (We Both Read - Level 2 (Cloth))

Ben & Becky in the Haunted House (We Both Read - Level 2 (Cloth))

By Sindy McKay
3.0
1 ratings1 reviews
  • unicornkitty
    unicornkitty33 stars
    It was a good book it was long and a fun filed enervate. I like it how Becky is like i am not scared but once the camp out at the haunted house Becky got scared. I also like there dog it was so cute it was like my dog but a pink and it is a poodle.
The Giver (Cascades)

The Giver (Cascades)

By Lois Lowry
4.36
185 ratings182 reviews
  • shannon20
    shannon2055 stars
    The giver: “The giver” is a story about a controlled society, where there is no feeling, no pain, no suffering, no music and color,no love and no choices, but only sameness. “The Elders” decide who you marry to, whom you adopt as children, and a job will be assigned to you. Jonas has been select...

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