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  • ajg16
    ajg16 added a book review.
    I love the game Minecraft and I love seeing and making all kinds of crafts so when I found this book it was a perfect match. I found one particular craft that I liked and that I've begun and that is the Felt plush cube it's very simple and the instructions are well written and the little stuffed animals are adorable. I really liked this book.. Maybe you will too? Thanks for reading Ajg16's reviews
    About 19 hours ago
  • ajg16
    ajg16 added a book review.
    This book is a definite classic. It follows a tale of a large family trying to survive during a terrible time... The great depression. But there was nothing great about it. The family in this book (The Joads) were locked of there farm in Oklahoma and they decided they needed a fresh start... And more importantly money so they could eat. They packed up there few belongings a.nd the entire family and headed towards California where they had heard farmers needed pickers. Full of ups & downs, adventures, heartbreak and laughter this was a great book. I did have a little trouble sometimes reading just because the author wrote in accents and they had a very thick country accent and also this book did have a few "Bad words" but all in all I loved it. Thanks for reading -Ajg16's reviews
    About 19 hours ago
  • ajg16
    ajg16 added a book review.
    I found this to be quite good, I read all 558 pages in about 2½ hours because I couldn't put it down! Anyways on to the review — All of a sudden with no warning every human 15 and up disappeared in a *poof* the blink of an eye leaving hundreds of kids of all different ages (14 and under) are suddenly alone... Gone with the phones, internet and T.v. Young teens find themselves choosing leaders, helping the young and helpless, and trying not to be scared themselves. Bullies begin to take over and some of the kids are beginning to find they have powers like Speed, laser hands, teleportation and many others. Join Sam and his friends as they try to figure out how to survive this new dystopia. AMazing book recommend to 13+ Thanks for reading -Ajg16's reviews
    About 19 hours ago
  • ajg16
    ajg16 added a book review.
    This was such a great National Geographic Almanac. So many cool pictures, interesting articles, funny jokes, cool games I mean what does this book not have!? Some of the articles were about space exploration, adorable animals, and cool events coming up in 2020 (less then a year away!) And there is a sneak peek of some movies coming out. I loved this book and thank you to DOGO for giving me the opportunity to read it! I recommend this to all readers. Thanks for reading -Ajg16's reviews
    About 19 hours ago
  • hummingbird1
    hummingbird1's book review was featured in Kid Activists: True Tales of Childhood from Champions of Change (Kid Legends).
    There are many people who have helped shape our world and society into the place it is today. You might recognize Helen Keller, who was blind and deaf but fought for the rights of disabled people. You might also know Martin Luther King Jr. who wanted equal rights for everyone. When you look back on these people, it seems like they were special and we could never do what they did. However, Kid Activists tells how these incredible people started out as regular, fun loving kids, just like you and me. In Kid Activists, you will hear the journey of the men and women that paved the way for our rights from the day they were born until their last breath. You will learn their interests as a kid, their strengths and weaknesses, and what they did to shape our world. I loved hearing the encouragement that someone like me could do something big like them. I definitely recommend Kid Activists to any kid, and I hope inspires you the way it inspired me.
    1 day ago
  • hummingbird1
    hummingbird1 added a book review.
    There are many people who have helped shape our world and society into the place it is today. You might recognize Helen Keller, who was blind and deaf but fought for the rights of disabled people. You might also know Martin Luther King Jr. who wanted equal rights for everyone. When you look back on these people, it seems like they were special and we could never do what they did. However, Kid Activists tells how these incredible people started out as regular, fun loving kids, just like you and me. In Kid Activists, you will hear the journey of the men and women that paved the way for our rights from the day they were born until their last breath. You will learn their interests as a kid, their strengths and weaknesses, and what they did to shape our world. I loved hearing the encouragement that someone like me could do something big like them. I definitely recommend Kid Activists to any kid, and I hope inspires you the way it inspired me.
    1 day ago
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    Cool new name! I gotta make sure to remember it xD
    4 days ago
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    I've just changed it again but thanks for the compliment! I love yours too!
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