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  • armcginn
    armcginnliked a comment in National Geographic Kids Book Club.
    Oh, please don't go to the dark side. I will have to re-read the series and find all the best things about Fitzphie for ya!!! Challenged accepted!! It might be a while though because my friend has my copy of the 1&2 books...
    2 days ago
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    armcginn added a new comment in
    Hi DOGO! I've been meaning to do this for a while, HUGE shoutout to my newest followers: @Starlight_gem, @beachbreeze15, @kotlcfitzphie13, @bsc, @donthavecovid19, @vkgisawesome, @artistblossoms, @itbesnow1, @little_angel727, and @teagytornado101! Follow ALL of them because they are AWESOME!
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  • armcginn
    armcginn replied to a comment in
    I am XD need to know what happens with this cliffhanger
    2 days ago
  • armcginn
    armcginn replied to a comment in
    Aiyana: Eternal blossom or Catori: Spirit.
    2 days ago
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    armcginn replied to a comment in
    1.) I'm going to be a spice girl 2.) Milky Way! 3.) Four Chickens! Angel, Marie, Sunshine & Delilah 4.) My mom picked it out lol 5.) eighth 6.) both! 7.) yes! You too friend!
    2 days ago
  • armcginn
    armcginn's book review was featured in Tex (M Books).
    Happy-go-lucky and reckless Tex McCormick loves nothing more than his horse Negrito, but one day when Negrito goes missing, Tex's world falls apart. Unsure when his dad will come home, even after months of traveling. Tex tries his hardest to stay out of trouble, but money and time are running out- will even that be enough to hold his disintegrating world together? It definitely wasn't classic-level like Hinton's other novel The Outsiders, but compared to Taming The Star Runner and Rumble Fish, it was certainly far superior. It was a quick, easy, intense, and relatable read, I would recommend it for years 13 and up.
    2 days ago
  • armcginn
    armcginn added a book review.
    Happy-go-lucky and reckless Tex McCormick loves nothing more than his horse Negrito, but one day when Negrito goes missing, Tex's world falls apart. Unsure when his dad will come home, even after months of traveling. Tex tries his hardest to stay out of trouble, but money and time are running out- will even that be enough to hold his disintegrating world together? It definitely wasn't classic-level like Hinton's other novel The Outsiders, but compared to Taming The Star Runner and Rumble Fish, it was certainly far superior. It was a quick, easy, intense, and relatable read, I would recommend it for years 13 and up.
    2 days ago
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    1.) The Outsiders 2.) Lunch 3.) I run 4.) virtual 5.) eighth
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    That was quite possibly one of the craziest cliffhangers I've seen!
    5 days ago

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