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    lions579 added a book review.
    This book is halfway to overflowing with magic. Say anything while holding the magic charm from this book and you will get precisely half of what you wished for. The book starts off with Four children living in a poor town, and one of them finds a quarter on the sidewalk, and picks it up. It turns out to be a magic charm, a charm that splits whatever you wish precisely in half. Then the children go on all sorts of crazy adventures. From knights to a talking cat, their story just keeps getting crazier. This book is quite good, and I really enjoyed it. I would recommend to readers in fourth, fifth, and maby sixth grade.
    About 1 month ago
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    This book follows a young girl named ada, and she has club foot. Her mother is ashamed and hides her in the flat. Then boom threats reach London, and her mother sends her younger brother away. Desperate, ada escapes with her brother to a country town where they are thrown upon Susan, an old, troubled woman whose best friend died a few years back. The children grow to love Susan, and she learns to love them in return. Tensions grow as the war continues, an can ada learn to live free before her mother takes her back?
    About 2 months ago
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    By Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
    About 2 months ago
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    This is a pretty good book, full of the average life with someone living life. This book follows Raina, in her fifth grade year. From worries to puberty, bullies to bffs, Raina’s life is crazy. Fifth grade is confusing, and this book models the way fifth grade can be, while following the ups and downs of friendship and puberty. Warning! This book includes vomit, so if that worries you, this might not be the best fit.
    About 2 months ago
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    By Raina Telgemeier
    About 2 months ago
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    This book stars a young girl with a unique talent, she can bake the perfect cake for any person she meets, and she is a orphan. Then she meets Toby, a man working for The Owner, who owns the lost luggage emporium. Toby does a trial with Cady, and starts to love her, while the owner with his talent for stealing others talents. Cady and Toby go on a remarkable adventure, and find many people with talents and dangers alike. Will Cady ever find her perfect family, or will she be a orphan forever? A enchanting book with lots of excitement sprinkled with danger and craziness. It was not my favorite book, but it was pretty good.
    About 2 months ago
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    By Lisa Graff
    About 2 months ago
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    There is a lot of information you need to know to understand this book, and you get it all! Winnifred is a normal kid with a normal life, NOT. Her parents are not the most normal in the world, instead of playing games after dinner, they might explain what they are doing in work. Then they get a divorce, and winnifred’s ( also called Winnie by her friends) parents are trying to make every day they spent with her better then the days she spends with the other parent, and Winnie’s frustration grows bigger and bigger, so she decides to live in her treehouse! Her friends join her, and they become known as the tulip street ten, kids with a cause. The reason they can do this is because Winnie’s tree was planted by a non-extinct country, as she believes that when she is in the treehouse, she is in her own country. As the battle between kids and grownups rages, Winnie realizes what they want is different then what they need.
    About 2 months ago
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    This book is the sequel to Lisa Graff’s A Tangle Of Knots. This book is set just after the first book ends, but there are some time passages and you should probably read the prologue, just FYI, I think it helps deepen your understanding. You don’t have to. Anyway, this book takes place in a camp on the edge of a lake, a camp for people only with singular talents. Liliana Vera also has a singular talent, she is a Pinnacle, someone who can move objects with there mind. There are lots of other singular talents the campers poses, such as being able to hold your breath for a long time, hearing things up with your hands, changing your hair at will, lie detecting, tasting memory’s, and even a recollector, someone who can take and then give memories at will, amount others. At this camp, the lake holds a secret, but almost no one knows the secrets the lake holds. There may be some dangerous people on the lose, and it is up to the campers to stop them.
    About 2 months ago

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