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  • ocelot
    ocelot has joined a reading program.
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  • ocelot
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    I would love to get this book for my library! Because it takes place in a hospital setting, I can relate to what happens in the book. I also love the idea of kids getting together at midnight in the hospital to achieve great things. This sounds like a very interesting and out-of-the-ordinary type of book, and I would absolutely love to receive it! Thank you very much, DOGObooks, for these free giveaways!
    About 2 years ago
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    ocelot's movie review was featured in Black Panther.
    Black Panther. The King of Wakanda, a thought-to-be third world country situated in the midst of one of Africa's forests. There could be nothing further from the truth. Wakanda is a high-tech, successfully functioning city, probably doing better than any other city in the US, or other developed countries. Their secret? Vibranium. It's the most powerful metal in the world, and can reflect bullets, absorb energy from bombs, and heal the wounded. After the death of King T'Challa's father, he steps up to take the throne. But things are not as easy as they seem. There are people that would do anything to steal the vibranium from Wakanda, and, even worse, attempt to take the throne and show the world just how powerful they are. But, will King T'Challa be able to stop them in time? Or will he soon turn out to be just as weak as any other citizen in the rest of the world? Filled with thrilling action, nail-biters, and cliff-hangers, this movie is fantastic to watch with a box of popcorn and some warm blankets. I recommend this movie to anyone that likes Marvel's works, or action and adventure genres.
    About 2 years ago
  • ocelot
    ocelot added a movie review.
    Black Panther. The King of Wakanda, a thought-to-be third world country situated in the midst of one of Africa's forests. There could be nothing further from the truth. Wakanda is a high-tech, successfully functioning city, probably doing better than any other city in the US, or other developed countries. Their secret? Vibranium. It's the most powerful metal in the world, and can reflect bullets, absorb energy from bombs, and heal the wounded. After the death of King T'Challa's father, he steps up to take the throne. But things are not as easy as they seem. There are people that would do anything to steal the vibranium from Wakanda, and, even worse, attempt to take the throne and show the world just how powerful they are. But, will King T'Challa be able to stop them in time? Or will he soon turn out to be just as weak as any other citizen in the rest of the world? Filled with thrilling action, nail-biters, and cliff-hangers, this movie is fantastic to watch with a box of popcorn and some warm blankets. I recommend this movie to anyone that likes Marvel's works, or action and adventure genres.
    About 2 years ago
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    About 2 years ago
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    I have read Kid Presidents and Kid Athletes, and enjoyed reading them a lot. Because this is the same series, I expect to value and enjoy this book as much as the others. I can't wait to begin reading it and to write a review on DOGObooks about it. Thank you very much for offering this giveaway.
    Over 2 years ago
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    This giveaway is the ideal reading set for me. I love the genre, and I've heard great things about all these books. I want to start reading the Trials of Apollo as soon as possible, and would really enjoy receiving this book set as a prize, and posting my reviews on DOGObooks. Thank you very much for offering this giveaway.
    Over 2 years ago
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    I love the mystery and adventure genre, and these books' descriptions seem to match my taste. I would love to delve into these books and read the whole series, along with writing a review about them on DOGObooks. Thank you very much for offering this giveaway.
    Over 2 years ago
  • ocelot
    ocelot added a book review.
    This was a fairly good book, but I am not too into American Girl books. Lea wants to explore the world, and thinks she'll have a lot of fun! She starts off with a trip to Brazil, where her brother is studying the rainforest. She goes to several different places and then goes to the beach, but soon, she realizes that she might not have the courage to embrace the water and dive in! Will she be able to do it? And will her fun turn out to be a dangerous journey that she'll need to learn to embrace? Read this classic American Girl book today!
    Almost 3 years ago
  • ocelot
    ocelot added a book review.
    August (Auggie) Pullman was born with a facial abnormality. The time has come for the bright, ten-year old to leave his safe, nonjudgmental world of being homeschooled, and time to start a new journey. However, this new journey will require the shy boy to face some problems he didn't face when he was in the safe hands of his parents, at home. Starting a new school is both dreadful and fearful for Auggie. But, can Auggie's new peers manage to see Auggie for what he is underneath? Or is he going to regret switching from being homeschooled? I'd recommend this book for any reader, but, specifically readers that like inspiring or uplifting endings.
    Almost 3 years ago

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