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    ginnylovegood wants to read this book.
    About 1 year ago
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    ginnylovegoodliked a comment in The School for Good and Evil.
    A princess and a witch....friends? Sophie is a beautiful blonde, obsessed over her looks and doing good deeds. Agatha is the opposite. She is a witch's daughter, and most of the village stays away from her and thinks she's evil, which Agatha demonstrates quite often. Sophie first becomes friends with Agatha for a good deed, but soon Sophie and Agatha become real best friends. One night, Agatha and Sophie get kidnapped from their village of Gavaldon and brought to the School of Good and Evil, where fairy-tale heroes and villains are made. Students are sorted into Evers (Good) or Nevers (Evil). Sophie has been waiting for this for her entire life, and Agatha just wants to find a way home. But then Agatha is placed into the Good school and Sophie is placed into the Evil school. Is it a mix up? Sophie and Agatha try to switch places, but it never works. Who is really Good and who is really Evil? Through classes, boys, and a faltering friendship, what will they find out about themselves and each other? Will Sophie and Agatha ever get home and find their Happily Ever After? THIS BOOK IS INCREDIBLE! Soman Chainani is amazing and I love his writing. I loved the fact that my opinion kept switching back and forth on who to root for, and who was good or evil, with all the plot twists. It was so good! Literally, right after finishing this first book in the epic series I immediately checked out the next 3 books in the series and I am eagerly awaiting the 5th book! The School for Good and Evil is a fun, engaging read that I really enjoyed, and I think you will too! I give it 5/5 stars, and I recommend it for ages 8+.
    About 1 year ago
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    About 1 year ago
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    ginnylovegood added a book review.
    V.I.P I’m With the Band did not reach up to my expectations. The summary of the book sounded much better than the book actually was. In the summary, it implied that the climax of the story is when the girl's favorite band has a big fight; In the book, it was a problem that got solved very quickly after it started, which I didn't like. The characters were fun and entertaining for me, but the book not so much. I recommend this book for 4th- 5th graders.
    Almost 3 years ago
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    ginnylovegood added a book review.
    Zeus: King of Gods is an amazing graphic novel about Zeus and how he rescued his brothers and sisters from his dad, Cronus, how he became ruler of the gods and also about all the Greek Gods and Goddesses. I recommend this book to any one who likes graphic novels, Greek gods and goddesses, and/or action. Some parts of the book were a bit confusing, but other than that, the book was excellent.
    Almost 3 years ago
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    ginnylovegood added a book review.
    The Candymakers is a great book about four kids (Miles, Logan, Daisy, and Phillip) who are all in a candy-making contest. Each child has a secret that nobody else knows about. It was a funny book and amazing for readers from 4th - 8th grade. The only part that I thought was confusing was when the whole day started over but in a different person’s point of view. Other than that, it was fabulous.
    Almost 3 years ago
  • ginnylovegood
    ginnylovegood added a book review.
    Zeus: King of Gods is an amazing graphic novel about Zeus and how he rescued his brothers and sisters from his dad, Cronus, how he became ruler of the gods and also about all the Greek Gods and Goddesses. I recommend this book to any one who likes graphic novels, Greek gods and goddesses, and/or action. Some parts of the book were a bit confusing, but other than that, the book was excellent.
    About 3 years ago
  • ginnylovegood
    ginnylovegood added a book review.
    The Candymakers is a great book about four kids (Miles, Logan, Daisy, and Phillip) who are all in a candy-making contest. Each child has a secret that nobody else knows about. It was a funny book and amazing for readers from 4th - 8th grade. The only part that I thought was confusing was when the whole day started over but in a different person’s point of view. Other than that, it was fabulous.
    About 3 years ago
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    ginnylovegood has read this book.
    By Wendy Mass
    About 3 years ago

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