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  • chocolatecandy5
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    I would like to get this book because I love to learn new things and this book would do just that! I would be thrilled to have this book in my home library.
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    I would love to have this book in my home library because I love this author so much. Her books are amazing and I can sometimes refer to the books.
    3 months ago
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    chocolatecandy5 added a book review.
    I haven't finished it yet but so far it has been amazing just like the others.
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  • 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!
    4 months ago
  • ocelot
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    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.
    4 months ago
  • ocelot
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    I love Geronimo Stilton novels. They are always fun and light-hearted, with the fonts and colors and pictures. I would love to win this book, and add it to my unfinished collection of this wonderful series with Geronimo Stilton, and all the other mice in New Mouse City on Mouse Island! Thank you DOGObooks for the wonderful opportunity to win such a fun book!
    5 months ago

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