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  • kruzingwithk9s
    kruzingwithk9s added a new comment in
    I have read all of the explorer academy books, and they have been amazingly awesome. I am sure that this book (while leaving me on yet ANOTHER cliffhanger.) will be just as good.
    3 months ago
  • kruzingwithk9s
    kruzingwithk9s's book review was featured in Houdini and Me.
    If you have a phone, more than likely you or your parents have gotten a text that turned out to be spam. Yeah, so have we. But have you ever gotten a text from a dead person? No! That can’t happen! Can it? After an accident involving a train, Harry Mancini wakes up from a week long coma to find that among the gifts and candies and flowers, there is a strange flip-phone in one of the gift boxes. Trying it, Harry finds that sadly, it doesn’t call people. However, that night, it buzzes with a text! From… someone who claims to be Harry Houdini? Harry (Mancini) is suspicious that this is one of his friends playing a prank on him. However after many questions, he finds out that it really is Houdini texting him. But things can always go wrong… A book that, from the moment you pick it up, demands to be read fully before putting it back down. Amazing book, would recommend.
    3 months ago
  • kruzingwithk9s
    kruzingwithk9s added a book review.
    If you have a phone, more than likely you or your parents have gotten a text that turned out to be spam. Yeah, so have we. But have you ever gotten a text from a dead person? No! That can’t happen! Can it? After an accident involving a train, Harry Mancini wakes up from a week long coma to find that among the gifts and candies and flowers, there is a strange flip-phone in one of the gift boxes. Trying it, Harry finds that sadly, it doesn’t call people. However, that night, it buzzes with a text! From… someone who claims to be Harry Houdini? Harry (Mancini) is suspicious that this is one of his friends playing a prank on him. However after many questions, he finds out that it really is Houdini texting him. But things can always go wrong… A book that, from the moment you pick it up, demands to be read fully before putting it back down. Amazing book, would recommend.
    3 months ago
  • kruzingwithk9s
    kruzingwithk9s has read this book.
    By Gutman, Dan
    3 months ago
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    I have read and done reviews for the other two books in this series, they were amazingly great books, and really kept me hooked, I'm entering because I hope this one is just as good.
    6 months ago
  • kruzingwithk9s
    kruzingwithk9s's book review was featured in The Ickabog.
    J.K. Rowling’s new book starts in the lovely little kingdom of Cornucopia. Ruled by King Fred the Fearless. With the capital of said kingdom, Chouxville, where they had a pastry shop that had the most delicious pastries in possibly the whole world (And that’s an understatement.) But while Kurdsberg is famous for their many types of cheese, and Baronstown is famous for their fine selection of meats, there was a small part near the northern tip of Cornucopia that could only be best described as the Marshlands. A place that grew nothing more than a few mushrooms and dry grass. The only good thing that came out of there was the legend of the Ickabog. When a Marshlander comes to King Fred and claims the Ickabog ate his poor dog, Fred sets out on a quest to find this Ickabog, see if it is real. And then slay it. When they see nothing, they assume, like always, that the Ickabog was never real. Or is it? Good book, hard to put down. Really liked all the drawings from kids in there. The only thing I didn’t like is the fact that in a book that is directed to 9-11 year olds, that there was some really dark moments.
    6 months ago
  • kruzingwithk9s
    kruzingwithk9s added a book review.
    J.K. Rowling’s new book starts in the lovely little kingdom of Cornucopia. Ruled by King Fred the Fearless. With the capital of said kingdom, Chouxville, where they had a pastry shop that had the most delicious pastries in possibly the whole world (And that’s an understatement.) But while Kurdsberg is famous for their many types of cheese, and Baronstown is famous for their fine selection of meats, there was a small part near the northern tip of Cornucopia that could only be best described as the Marshlands. A place that grew nothing more than a few mushrooms and dry grass. The only good thing that came out of there was the legend of the Ickabog. When a Marshlander comes to King Fred and claims the Ickabog ate his poor dog, Fred sets out on a quest to find this Ickabog, see if it is real. And then slay it. When they see nothing, they assume, like always, that the Ickabog was never real. Or is it? Good book, hard to put down. Really liked all the drawings from kids in there. The only thing I didn’t like is the fact that in a book that is directed to 9-11 year olds, that there was some really dark moments.
    6 months ago
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    kruzingwithk9s has read this book.
    By Rowling, J K, Rowling, J. K.
    6 months ago
  • kruzingwithk9s
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    I would like to win this because I very much enjoy Weird But True books, as I love learning new facts. I share all these facts with my family and they also enjoy them!
    8 months ago
  • kruzingwithk9s
    kruzingwithk9s added a book review.
    Book was good. Too many not-kid-friendly jokes. Could of been better without that.
    8 months ago

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