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  • casrui1
    casrui1 added a book review.
    This book is about how Stonehenge was built and its interesting facts with it. It also talked about multiple people and how Stonehenge became what it is today. I related to this book by when I would help build with my dad . I gave it a 3/5 stars because it did get confusing when they would talk about who built it ;then the next part would be about who owns it.
    5 months ago
  • casrui1
    casrui1's book review was featured in I Survived #6: I Survived the Attacks of September 11th, 2001.
    This book is about Lucas an 11 year old boy witnessing the Attacks of September 11th, 2001. His dad and uncle are fire fighters going through this journey. He goes by himself in the city looking for his uncle to talk to him about his football journey and not proceeding. This is when he first witnessed the attack. I relate to this book right now because this major cause happened and effected our world. Like the coronavirus. I rated this book a 4/5 stars because this book was very intriguing on how Lucas survived and went through the journey with his dad on his side.
    5 months ago
  • casrui1
    casrui1 added a book review.
    This book is about Lucas an 11 year old boy witnessing the Attacks of September 11th, 2001. His dad and uncle are fire fighters going through this journey. He goes by himself in the city looking for his uncle to talk to him about his football journey and not proceeding. This is when he first witnessed the attack. I relate to this book right now because this major cause happened and effected our world. Like the coronavirus. I rated this book a 4/5 stars because this book was very intriguing on how Lucas survived and went through the journey with his dad on his side.
    5 months ago
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    By True Kelley, Who HQ
    5 months ago
  • mary_soccer14
    mary_soccer14 added a book review.
    Ked is a boy with a progressive back issue. Ked's mom left him and his dad a couple years ago. Ked's dad gambled all of their rent money away. On top of all of this, Ked has to deal with bullies as he loses every one of his friends. Ked does EVERYTHING to keep him and his dad afloat. He earns money in every way he can. His dad keeps gambling even as a deadline is placed on the rent that hasn't been paid in a few months. I connect with this book when I see people suffering inside and out. This book was so amazing that I never wanted to put it down. I rated this book five stars because of how stunning the emotions it made you feel were.
    5 months ago
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    By Michael Northrop
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  • casrui1
    casrui1 added a book review.
    This book is about Jack Sawyer traveling high and low to find a cure of cancer for his mother. His dad and dad's best friend finds a duplicated world and tells Jack that the cure of cancer is in here. It is called the talisman. Jack goes through many adult like challenges. He finds people that want to help him on the way and he also finds people that want to kill him. I connected to this book by knowing how bad Jack wants this for his mom. I connected by that by wanting to cure someone I know and love as well. I rate this book a 4/5 starts because it does get somewhat confusing about the real world and duplicated world.
    5 months ago
  • abi_k_12
    abi_k_12's book review was featured in Holes.
    Stanley Yelnats has been convicted of a crime he didn't even commit. Because of this, he's been sent to Camp Green Lake, a camp that is supposed to build character and bring boys back to society. When Stanley gets there, he makes some friends and finds out that the Warden is making the boys dig holes not to build character, but to find a legendary secret treasure, that his great-great-grandfather supposedly had something to do with. Will he ever find the treasure? Will he ever get his crime justified and escape Camp Green Lake? Read Holes by Louis Sachar to find out. I connected to this book because Stanley takes the blame for things he didn't do, and I have done that before. I give this book 4 stars because the story plot was good, but the cutting back and forth to the past and present was confusing, and the resolution was predictable in some parts.
    5 months ago
  • abi_k_12
    abi_k_12 added a book review.
    Stanley Yelnats has been convicted of a crime he didn't even commit. Because of this, he's been sent to Camp Green Lake, a camp that is supposed to build character and bring boys back to society. When Stanley gets there, he makes some friends and finds out that the Warden is making the boys dig holes not to build character, but to find a legendary secret treasure, that his great-great-grandfather supposedly had something to do with. Will he ever find the treasure? Will he ever get his crime justified and escape Camp Green Lake? Read Holes by Louis Sachar to find out. I connected to this book because Stanley takes the blame for things he didn't do, and I have done that before. I give this book 4 stars because the story plot was good, but the cutting back and forth to the past and present was confusing, and the resolution was predictable in some parts.
    5 months ago

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