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Robot Dreams

By Sara Varon
3 ratings6 reviews
  • quinn03
    Even though this book doesn't have any words, it explains alot. A dog orders a robot, and that robot is the dogs friend. They then go to the beach. The Robot must stay. He has rusted. The dog feels sad. Later, he gets everything he needs to fix his friend. The beach is then closed for the season....

Curriculum 21: Essential Education for a Changing World

By Heidi Hayes Jacobs
1 ratings2 reviews
  • teacher_1803
    I really like the ideas here, and it is easy to read. You can read just relevant chapters.

Oxford Bookworms Library: The Phantom of the Opera: Level 1: 400-Word Vocabulary (Oxford Bookworms, Level 1)

By Jennifer Bassett
3 ratings2 reviews
  • noelle
    My favorite movie ever- The Phantom of the Opera (2004 version) I wonder what a book would be like? Probably not nearly as good, without all the beautiful scenes and songs, like Wishing You were Somehow Here Again and All I Ask of You, or The Point of No Return.

Get Those Guys Reading!: Fiction and Series Books that Boys Will Love

By Kathleen A. Baxter, Marcia Agness Kochel
2 ratings2 reviews

Macbeth: Oxford School Shakespeare

By William Shakespeare, Roma Gill
2 ratings2 reviews
  • sarroura
    sarroura5 stars
    I had studied about it in English class, I really did enjoy it ,it was about a king his wife his old friend and its in Scotland.

Holt McDougal Library: Student Edition with Connections Never Cry Wolf (HRW Library)

3 ratings2 reviews
  • wolfgirl01
    wolfgirl015 stars
    This is a old book so it seems a bit challenging to read but * spoiler alert* Farley is just everything I want to be as a wildlife biologist I want to get dumped in the middle of no where so I can research wolves and become one of them!

A Dog's Purpose

By W. Bruce Cameron
3 ratings2 reviews
  • squirrelgirl
    This is one of the best books I have ever read. This book is about a dog that is reincarnated over and over. After being born for the second time, he realizes that his first life had no purpose to it. from then on, he goes through life trying to find his purpose in life. I highly recommend this b...

Japanese from Zero! 1: Proven Techniques to Learn Japanese for Students and Professionals (Japanese Edition)

By George Trombley, Yukari Takenaka
1 ratings1 reviews
  • inuyashafangrl
    I'm a member on YesJapan and I bought this book. :D It's a really good book if you wanna learn Japanese. GET THIS BOOK! There are more in the series, too. I chat with George on YesJapan when he's there. LOL he's a nice guy and really funny too!

5 Novels: Alan Mendelsohn, the Boy from Mars, Slaves of Spiegel, the Snarkout Boys and the Avocado of Death, the Last Guru, Young Adult Novel

By Daniel Manus Pinkwater
1 ratings1 reviews
  • char120
    all of the books in here are amazing. i really think you should read this book!!!!!! all of the people in the book don't really fit in, but they have their amazing talents.

Arden Shakespeare: The Merchant Of Venice: (2nd Series)

By William Shakespeare
2 ratings1 reviews
  • sarroura
    sarroura5 stars
    It started when i asked my teacher about what are the books she recommends me to read it, to improve my English more and become an expert in English . So she told me to read "The Merchant of Venice" ," The Kings Lair and" Hamlet"

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