brmccollum's Activity (1667)

  • bookworm88
    bookworm88 added a book review.
    Omg love this and the poster that came with it great series
    3 months ago
  • bookworm88
    bookworm88liked a comment in Big Nate: What's a Little Noogie Between Friends?.
    Haha! My brothers and I love reading Big Nate! Whenever either one of us brings a Big Nate book home, from school or the library, there is always a big fight over who gets to read it first!! :)
    3 months ago
  • bookworm88
    bookworm88 has read this book.
    3 months ago
  • bookworm88
    bookworm88liked a comment in The Boy Who Knew Everything.
    I`ve decided to read this book because after reading The Girl who could fly it expanded may interest upon reading this book because I know this a must-read book.
    3 months ago
  • bookworm88
    bookworm88liked a comment in Spy Ski School (Spy School).
    I thought that this book was my favorite in the series so far! Ben is sent to Colorado for a top secret mission. The spy is pretending to be on a ski vacation, but really he needs to be friends with the daughter of criminal mastermind Leo Shang to uncover a deep secret and plot. This book was full of surprises, and I hope that the next book is just as good as this one!
    3 months ago
  • hummingbird1
    hummingbird1's book review was featured in Kid Activists: True Tales of Childhood from Champions of Change (Kid Legends).
    There are many people who have helped shape our world and society into the place it is today. You might recognize Helen Keller, who was blind and deaf but fought for the rights of disabled people. You might also know Martin Luther King Jr. who wanted equal rights for everyone. When you look back on these people, it seems like they were special and we could never do what they did. However, Kid Activists tells how these incredible people started out as regular, fun loving kids, just like you and me. In Kid Activists, you will hear the journey of the men and women that paved the way for our rights from the day they were born until their last breath. You will learn their interests as a kid, their strengths and weaknesses, and what they did to shape our world. I loved hearing the encouragement that someone like me could do something big like them. I definitely recommend Kid Activists to any kid, and I hope inspires you the way it inspired me.
    About 1 year ago
  • hummingbird1
    hummingbird1 added a book review.
    There are many people who have helped shape our world and society into the place it is today. You might recognize Helen Keller, who was blind and deaf but fought for the rights of disabled people. You might also know Martin Luther King Jr. who wanted equal rights for everyone. When you look back on these people, it seems like they were special and we could never do what they did. However, Kid Activists tells how these incredible people started out as regular, fun loving kids, just like you and me. In Kid Activists, you will hear the journey of the men and women that paved the way for our rights from the day they were born until their last breath. You will learn their interests as a kid, their strengths and weaknesses, and what they did to shape our world. I loved hearing the encouragement that someone like me could do something big like them. I definitely recommend Kid Activists to any kid, and I hope inspires you the way it inspired me.
    About 1 year ago
  • hummingbird1
    hummingbird1's book review was featured in Ronan Boyle and the Bridge of Riddles (Ronan Boyle #1).
    When I received Ronan Boyle and the Bridge of Riddes, it looked like a super fun and exciting book. It turned out to be just that! When Ronan Boyle's parents are put into jail, he is determined to do whatever he can to prove them innocent and get them out. So when he joins the Garda- the Irish police who deal with magical creatures, he decides to use the opportunity to learn all he can about the plot that put his parents in jail. Throughout the book, he goes on many fun and hilarious adventures as he tries to fit in and find his place in the Garda. Ronan Boyle and the Bridge of Riddles is such a fun and great read. Thomas Lennon did a great job writing an entertaining story and getting you so caught up in the book and the characters. I really enjoyed reading it and is definitely recommended!
    Over 1 year ago

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