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  • domosaur
    domosaur added a book review.
    Have you ever treated your teddy bear as if it was alive? Well, in this book, every kid's dream comes true. There is a whole league, the League of Ursus, of stuffed toy warriors that have pledged to protect their humans from monsters. One girl, Loretta, is very lucky to have Spark as her protector teddy bear. Spark takes his role as protector of Loretta very seriously. One night, Spark faces a terrible monster with a massive scorpion-like tail and horned head, but Spark is not scary enough to fight off the monster. Spark begins to wonder whether the monster is connected to the recent disappearance of Sophia, Loretta's friend. When Sir Reginald, Loretta's brother's teddy bear warrior goes missing, alone with some other children, Spark and the League of Ursus must unite to save the children and their fellow comrades. Will Spark and the League of Ursus be the victors? Or will all the children, along with the League of Ursus, go missing forever? To find out, read Spark and the League of Ursus! My favorite part of the book was how the author brought to life the teddy bears. I give this book a 5 out of 5 stars, and highly recommend this to anyone who loves a good mystery and an adventure.
    About 2 months ago
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  • domosaur
    domosaur added a book review.
    Tom was ecstatic for his first day of middle school, as a regular eleven-year-old boy. He had his whole middle school career planned out, with his grand "Invisible Tom Plan", until it all went downhill after Tom got bitten by a vampire, werewolf, and a zombie, all in the same day! Tom suddenly finds himself part vampire, part werewolf, and part zombie. As the first day gets closer and closer, Tom begins to accept his new life, but starts to worry about how the rest of Hamilton Middle School react to the new Tom. Will they accept his unique characteristics, or will they ignore him and exclude him from the student body? To find out, read Middle School Bites. I really enjoyed this book, and I really liked the humor in this book. I give this a 4 out 5 stars, and would recommend this to kids who enjoy a funny book.
    7 months ago
  • domosaur
    domosaur has read this book.
    By Steven Banks
    7 months ago
  • domosaur
    domosaur's book review was featured in The Beast (The Darkdeep).
    Everyone and everything has their secret. In the small town of Timbers, dark magic lurks in the shadows. Magic so dark it turns imagination into reality. Magic called the Darkdeep, a black pool consisting of a mysterious substance that takes one's imagination to turn it into a monster, called figments. The only people who can stop them for destroying Timbers are the Torchbearers, who swore to watch over the Darkdeep and prevent the figments from causing mass destruction. For a while, all seems normal. All until adapted figments start to appear, with no indication of who/what created them. On top of that, terror of the Beast attack still rattles the town and brings in tourists with the wrong mindset. Will these young Torchbearers be able to handle the responsibilities bestowed upon them, and stop the person creating these deadly adapted figments? Or will the figments be able to get rid of the Torchbearers, and take over the town? To find out, read The Beast, a sequel to The Darkdeep. I really enjoyed the sense of mystery throughout the book, and would recommend it to anyone looking to be on the edge of the seats. I give this book a 5 out of 5 stars.
    11 months ago
  • domosaur
    domosaur added a book review.
    Everyone and everything has their secret. In the small town of Timbers, dark magic lurks in the shadows. Magic so dark it turns imagination into reality. Magic called the Darkdeep, a black pool consisting of a mysterious substance that takes one's imagination to turn it into a monster, called figments. The only people who can stop them for destroying Timbers are the Torchbearers, who swore to watch over the Darkdeep and prevent the figments from causing mass destruction. For a while, all seems normal. All until adapted figments start to appear, with no indication of who/what created them. On top of that, terror of the Beast attack still rattles the town and brings in tourists with the wrong mindset. Will these young Torchbearers be able to handle the responsibilities bestowed upon them, and stop the person creating these deadly adapted figments? Or will the figments be able to get rid of the Torchbearers, and take over the town? To find out, read The Beast, a sequel to The Darkdeep. I really enjoyed the sense of mystery throughout the book, and would recommend it to anyone looking to be on the edge of the seats. I give this book a 5 out of 5 stars.
    11 months ago
  • domosaur
    domosaur has read this book.
    By Ally Condie, Brendan Reichs
    11 months ago
  • domosaur
    domosaur's book review was featured in Kid Activists: True Tales of Childhood from Champions of Change (Kid Legends).
    Everyone has been a child once, and while most grow up to live a normal life, some grow up to be passionate activists about problems they experienced as a child. Did you know that Alexander Hamilton, an activist for liberty and freedom, was born on an island? Or that Autumn Peltier became an activist because her family had unclean water to drink? Some of these activists have unlikely childhoods, as well as a figure in their life that guided them into activism. In their community around them, they recognized problems, such as segregation, slavery, or inequality. To read more about these activists’ childhoods, read Kid Activists. I really liked learning about where these activists started, and how their history helped them become activists. I give this book a 5 out of 5 stars, and recommend it to kids and anyone interested in history.
    About 1 year ago
  • domosaur
    domosaur added a book review.
    Everyone has been a child once, and while most grow up to live a normal life, some grow up to be passionate activists about problems they experienced as a child. Did you know that Alexander Hamilton, an activist for liberty and freedom, was born on an island? Or that Autumn Peltier became an activist because her family had unclean water to drink? Some of these activists have unlikely childhoods, as well as a figure in their life that guided them into activism. In their community around them, they recognized problems, such as segregation, slavery, or inequality. To read more about these activists’ childhoods, read Kid Activists. I really liked learning about where these activists started, and how their history helped them become activists. I give this book a 5 out of 5 stars, and recommend it to kids and anyone interested in history.
    About 1 year ago

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