ikyra_marie's Activity (133328)

  • turtlenicole
    turtlenicole added a news bookmark.
    While whales are known to grieve the loss of their loved ones, the recent story of an orca mom clinging to her dead calf for over two weeks demonstrates unprecedented evidence o...
    26 days ago
  • turtlenicole
    turtlenicole added a news bookmark.
    NASA’s ambitious mission to “touch” the Sun got underway at 3:31 a.m. EST on August 12 with the launch of the Parker Solar Probe from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Within six weeks, ...
    26 days ago
  • turtlenicole
    turtlenicole added a news bookmark.
    Vietnam’s Bà Nà Hills, which attracts over 2.7 million visitors annually, is home to many popular tourist attractions. These include the world’s longest non-stop single track ca...
    26 days ago
  • turtlenicole
    turtlenicole added a news bookmark.
    Just a few decades ago, humans were the only species believed to be smart enough to grasp the concept of zero — the idea that nothing can be counted as something. While a select...
    26 days ago
  • snicker9
    snicker9 added a book review.
    "The Quest of the Cubs" is about two polar bear cubs, named First and Second. In order to protect them, their mother is forced to join the mysterious and brutal Rogues. She makes arrangements for her cubs to stay with her cousin, but soon First and Second realize that staying is just as dangerous for them. They set off on a journey to find their mother and their father, whom they have never met. Unknown to them the entire polar bear society is collapsing as a group of power-hungry bears wrestle for control. I enjoyed seeing the connections between this book and the Guardians of Ga'hoole series as they are set in the same world. This book was darker than I thought it would be when I picked it up. Probably the biggest thing was that a group of bears that were sacrificing baby cubs. There were also several near-death incidents as First and Second fight to survive. Because of that I probably would recommend this to middle grade students and up. I rate this book 3 out of 5 stars.
    30 days ago
  • snicker9
    snicker9 added a book review.
    Kyle is a huge fan of Mr. Lemoncello and of all things games and puzzles. He is thrilled when he is chosen as one of the twelve kids chosen to get to sleepover in the brand new library that Mr. Lemoncello built. Secret puzzles and games that lead to a hidden escape route (with a prize!) await. This was a really fun book that I would recommend to elementary grade and up. I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars.
    30 days ago
  • snicker9
    snicker9 added a book review.
    Carter Kane has been traveling the world with their Egyptologist father for years while his little sister Sadie has been living with their grandparents. Each want what the other has. After living 6 years apart they are reunited with their father whom before their eyes is taken by a mysterious figure. They learn that the gods of Ancient Egypt are waking and to save their father they must go on a dangerous quest. This wasn't my favorite of Rick Riordan's book series, I preferred the Percy Jackson books, but it will still decent, and I think most Rick Riordan fans will like it. I rate this book 3 out of 5 stars.
    30 days ago
  • snicker9
    snicker9 added a book review.
    Grumbolt is a mismatched stuffed animal who wants to find a child, so he decides to enter the Toy Academy, where toys learn to play. The problem is, no one knows what exactly he is, and he comes to find that becoming an amazing toy is not as easy as it sounds, and there are many challenges in his way - including the threat of the Evil Toy Academy. This book was a fun little story that would be great for elementary aged kids. I rate this book 3 out of 5 stars.
    About 1 month ago
  • turtlenicole
    turtlenicole added a news bookmark.
    Iron Man fans rejoice! The flight suit that transforms Tony Stark into a superhero is now a reality! Called Daedalus Mark 1, after the mythical Greek craftsman most famous for t...
    About 1 month ago
  • cerulian
    cerulian added a book review.
    I read this book and it was really good. I liked that it was about a girl who grew up in not so good circumstances, but still rose above it. She teaches others about the real world and how they are privileged. She is strong, smart, and an inspiration. I would recommend this to anyone.
    About 1 month ago

Badges (17)

First to CommentSecond to CommentThird to CommentFirst BookFirst Favorite News ArticleFirst Favorite WebsiteCreate an AvatarWrote First Book ReviewWrote 25 Book ReviewsWrote 50 Book ReviewsFirst MovieWrote 50 Movie ReviewsJoined MIDDLE SCHOOL Series Book ClubJoined James Patterson's Kids Book ClubJoined National Geographic Kids Book ClubJoined Mac Kids Book ClubJoined Summer Reading 2015

Following (413)

borntoswim
tadashawalters
doctorwhorocks
ocelot
yeoslakers
headream100
kell-bell
brookelol
brownie_forever
alicewonderland
redheadperson22
gap430
tashadtasha
clemsongirl123
lightningpinky
silverguy
frankiebaby
smileyguy246
sign30
superwholocked
View All

Followers (570)

brrobinson
tadashawalters
skigirl10
catylizard
brunetlexie16
jj99
brookelol
brownie_forever
lorde
gap430
fireman10956
cass234
cool_ace
grapesarefake
lolgirl1
maddie_ziegler
oreelse
crf450
lightningpinky
frankiebaby
View All

Most DOGO Points

RankNameScore
19happypug127679 points
20olliebob7668 points
21julia137295 points
22bibliophile6687 points
23diamond5556530 points
24ikyra_marie6215 points
25genius13266055 points
26cookiefinder15505 points
27neoncat5492 points
28tallguy25474 points