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    kaylaa_misch22's book review was featured in The War I Finally Won.
    Ada and her little brother Jamie where abused children during the war, after their mother dies they are taken in by an older lady named Susan. she treats them like her own children. They also take in a jew child (The war was against Hitler and stuff like that) And the craziness does not stop from there, from foot surgery to broken bones, Ada and Jamie finally have somewhere to call home. I can connect this book to children today, lots of them are put into foster care and never have a place to call home after a while. similar to Ada and Jamies situation I give this book 5 stars because it helps you understand what was going on and what it was like living during the war.
    7 months ago
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    Ada and her little brother Jamie where abused children during the war, after their mother dies they are taken in by an older lady named Susan. she treats them like her own children. They also take in a jew child (The war was against Hitler and stuff like that) And the craziness does not stop from there, from foot surgery to broken bones, Ada and Jamie finally have somewhere to call home. I can connect this book to children today, lots of them are put into foster care and never have a place to call home after a while. similar to Ada and Jamies situation I give this book 5 stars because it helps you understand what was going on and what it was like living during the war.
    7 months ago
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    The original story "wonder" told from different perspectives of people who shaped Auggies' life. Jullian, one of the mean kids who made Auggies' life a whole lot harder, Charlotte, one of Auggies' welcoming buddies, and Christopher, Auggies old friend. I can connect this book to students or any kid in general who has ever felt obliged to do something or to act a certain way. I give this book four stars it was a great book no doubt, but it was just a retelling of the same story just from different perspectives.
    7 months ago
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    19 years after the battle of Hogwarts everyone is grown up, Harry, Ron, Hermonie all have children attending Hogwarts. But when Harry and Ginny's son Albus is sorted into Slytherin a whole new wave of chaos comes for everyone. I can connect this to any of the Harry Potter books basically. It's just a sequel to what happens after everyone gets old. I give this three stars because first off it was a screenplay so some things were hard to understand, but it was pretty goofy so that made it ok.
    7 months ago
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    By Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
    7 months ago
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    In a small town called Derry, a shapeshifting creature who takes the form of a terrifying dancing clown. A group of six kids who call themselves the losers club fight off the clown after IT kills multiple children who have the most of what IT loves. Fear. They think they have killed the clown-only to return to Derry in later years to kill IT for good. I can connect this to most adults today, children often have to be braver than adults. The losers tried to tell adults about IT but they were called crazy and liars. They had to take the matter into their own hands instead. I give this book five stars because it's fairly original and Stephen King had written many horror stories but this one is by far my favorite. (also because one of the losers Riche is hilarious so that brings the rating up-)
    8 months ago
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    Cassia lives in a society more strict than today. She is told who to love where to live and how to live her life and how to end it all by the government. But when she gets matched with her best friend and things go wrong she is faced with the wrong match on the screen she slowly falls in love. I can connect this to today's society. There are many stereotypes in how we should look act and live our lives. Similar to how Cassias society works. I give this book 5 stars because I really like the plot and how Cassia perceives the world.
    8 months ago
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    By Stephen King
    8 months ago

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