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    When the school bully, MacKenzie, steals Nikki's diary, things start to get messy. MacKenzie starts writing in Nikki's diary every day. Then, she decides to hack into Nikki's advice column and writing mean letters to everyone, hoping to get Nikki expelled from school. MacKenzie also causes friend problems, and seems to be behind everything that's been going on at school! Can Nikki fix everything before it's too late? I really love reading this series. It's probably my favorite series. I rated this a 4 because sometimes it got boring and I wanted to just skip to the good part. But in the end it was fast paced and fun to read. Can't wait for the next book!
    Almost 2 years ago
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    One day, Bobby wakes up to find that he is invisible! He promises not to tell anyone outside of his family, because reporters and cameras wouldn't leave them alone. Plus, if they ever found out how to make other people invisible, there would be invisible killers and thieves everywhere. Bobby gets around by either going completely naked or bundling up. Then, he meets a blind girl. They become friends and Bobby decides to tell her his secret. The girl, Alicia, feels him because she's felt invisible ever since she became blind. But Bobby has more problems than being invisible. People and cops have been coming into his house searching for him. He has five days to become visible again, or his parents will be arrested and Bobby will be reported as missing. What I really liked about this book was that I sometimes could relate to Bobby in different ways and situations. I didn't like how he was always so mean to his parents. He should have treated them a little better. The story was funny, sad, and had a good plot. Another great story from an amazing author.
    Almost 2 years ago
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    One day, Bobby wakes up to find that he is invisible! He promises not to tell anyone outside of his family, because reporters and cameras wouldn't leave them alone. Plus, if they ever found out how to make other people invisible, there would be invisible killers and thieves everywhere. Bobby gets around by either going completely naked or bundling up. Then, he meets a blind girl. They become friends and Bobby decides to tell her his secret. The girl, Alicia, feels him because she's felt invisible ever since she became blind. But Bobby has more problems than being invisible. People and cops have been coming into his house searching for him. He has five days to become visible again, or his parents will be arrested and Bobby will be reported as missing. What I really liked about this book was that I sometimes could relate to Bobby in different ways and situations. I didn't like how he was always so mean to his parents. He should have treated them a little better. The story was funny, sad, and had a good plot. Another great story from an amazing author.
    Almost 2 years ago
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    A girl named Grace was suddenly put into a coma on her tenth birthday. Angelina, the myterious old woman in town, gave Leo and Amanda the ability to go back in time and fix something that happened wrong at Grace's birthday parties. The book was filled with adventure, twists, comedy and romance. I really liked the characters and the plot twists. I also liked all of the mysteries that happened in the story. The Last Present was super interesting and a great book to read.
    Almost 2 years ago
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    Harry Potter finds out he is a wizard on his birthday. He is sent to Hogwarts, a wizard school. He learns a lot about magic and evil. Then he finds out there is something peculiar happening right in his very school. With the help of his friends, they try to stop the sorcerer's stone from being stolen by a powerful wizard, whoever they may be.
    Almost 2 years ago
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    Two siblings, Jessie and Evan, have a lemonade war to see who can sell the most lemonade before school starts. The battleground heats up, and there really is no telling who will win. I loved reading this book and I thought it was very fast paced and exciting. We also did activities in school to help us understand the book better.
    Almost 2 years ago
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    These books are particually good for ages 8 or 9. They are silly, fun, and have disgusting humor. George and Harold are friends and found a way to make their Principle their own super hero, Caption Underpants! When they snap, he changes to Captain Underpants. When they pour water on his head, he becomes a principal again. Caption Underpants does all sorts of things to save the town, with George and Harold's help.
    Almost 2 years ago
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