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Fish in a Tree

Fish in a Tree

By Lynda Mullaly Hunt
4.76
17 ratings33 reviews
  • Bm113
    My book is Fish In A Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt. It is about a girl named ally who has dyslexia, and struggles in school. Her teachers think shes a troublemaker, and her classmates think she is dumb. Her brother Travis is different too he's really talented when it comes to machines but school's a...
Yo-kai Watch: How to Draw Yo-kai!

Yo-kai Watch: How to Draw Yo-kai!

By Yo-Kai Watch
5.0
1 ratings1 reviews
Tales from Lovecraft Middle School #1: Professor Gargoyle

Tales from Lovecraft Middle School #1: Professor Gargoyle

By Charles Gilman
4.58
50 ratings115 reviews
  • borntoswim
    borntoswim55 stars
    This book was one of the best books I've read. It was really intriguing and I enjoyed it a lot. One of the best parts of the book was the cover. It had the type of material where you could scratch it like on some Valentine cards except I've never seen it on a book. If you turn it side to side it ...
The School for Good and Evil #2: A World without Princes

The School for Good and Evil #2: A World without Princes

By Soman Chainani
5.0
9 ratings7 reviews
  • maggies20
    maggies2055 stars
    The author created a entire new world for the readers, the school of good and evil is filled with excited adventures and dramatic conflicts. Agatha and Sophie, they returned home safely, but Agatha accidentally wishes for her prince, Tedros, which brings them back to the magic world. However, all...
Wonder

Wonder

By R. J. Palacio
4.78
790 ratings1769 reviews
  • felicisowl
    felicisowl55 stars
    Wonder was a book I first read 2 years ago, and over the years, I just couldn't stop re-reading it. The kids at my school call this book "childish", "horrible," and "weird just like the kid in the book." I think just the opposite. August is a normal kid on the inside, but not on the outside. ...
Roller Girl

Roller Girl

By Victoria Jamieson
4.85
13 ratings20 reviews
  • 809388
    80938855 stars
    This is a wonderful story about a young girl named Astrid that joins a roller derby camp in the summer after her mom takes her to a roller derby game. This is a very inspiring story.
This Journal Belongs to Ratchet

This Journal Belongs to Ratchet

By Nancy Cavanaugh
4.73
11 ratings16 reviews
  • reagan113
    The book This Journal Belongs to Ratchet is written by Nancy J. Cavanaugh. This book is about a young girl who would give up just about anything to be a normal girl, with a normal family, name, clothes, friends, and school life. Ratchet, a homeschooled girl, who helps her dad work in the garage ...
VIP: I'm With the Band

VIP: I'm With the Band

By Jen Calonita
3.5
4 ratings9 reviews
  • llpanda
    llpanda44 stars
    Mackenzie really likes to draw and she's good at it. Mac also loves Perfect Storm (PS) a boy band especially the lead singer Zander. So when the Spring Fling comes up Mac gets a crazy idea to ask Zane to it. Then her mom gets a job to go on tour with PS and Mac can come too! But as Mac spends mor...
Spy School

Spy School

By Stuart Gibbs
4.4
35 ratings45 reviews
  • dannyphantomfan
    Ben Ripley is your average nerd. On a daily basis, he goes to advanced classes, gets harassed by Dirk the Jerk, and sleeps through math class. He is THE chess team. He is normal, right? Wrong. Ben is recruited to a secret CIA training facility in the middle of January and failed his surprise exam...
Unidentified Suburban Object

Unidentified Suburban Object

By Mike Jung
4.0
6 ratings14 reviews
  • inventor60
    inventor6044 stars
    Sure she is different, but she isn't Japanese or Chinese... she is Korean! She is tired of first impressions, people saying that stuff is easy for her. And then the Korean American teacher comes in. But then Chloe unleashs something startling.

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