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    Summer-reading-17-badgeOkay, thank you!
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    Summer-reading-17-badgeHello! I was wondering how long it takes for your prizes to get to you. I reviewed enough books to get the first two at the very beginning but they still haven't come. Do I need to request them or something?
    18 days ago
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  • m1lk3y_w4y
    m1lk3y_w4y's book review was featured in The Lightning Thief.
    The Lightning Thief is a book that is out of this world. It is about Percy Jackson, who is an ordinary teen who thinks he is not special, but this is where he is wrong. Percy also has dyslexia and ADHD. He has been to multiple boarding schools, and is about to be kicked out of another one when mysterious monsters start chasing him. After his mother and a friend Grover tried to save him, Percy wakes up in a mysterious camp. As time goes on, Percy learns that everyone at this camp are not that ordinary, in fact, they are children of Greek Gods, even Percy himself. It was hard to believe it at first, but slowly everything started to make sense. Percy also learns that he is the only living son of Poseidon, the god of the sea. The gods of the Greek world get into a big fight, mainly between Zeus and Hades. Zeus is the god of the sky and the king of gods, while Hades is the god of the underworld. Hades is suspected of taking Zeus’s thunderbolt, and people from Half-Blood Hill send Percy, Grover, and Annabeth to retrieve it. What will happen next on this unexpected journey to the underworld? Will Percy succeed? Will Percy meet his true father? To learn more, you must read The Lightning Thief. You’ll not regret it! I give this book five stars and recommend this to anyone who wants a fantastic book about demi-God and the challenges in the real world.
    About 1 month ago
  • m1lk3y_w4y
    m1lk3y_w4y's book review was featured in Holes (Cascades).
    Holes seems like a classic book. It is a book that I would recommend to anyone who wants a sense of adventure as they read about Stanley Yelnats IV, who is once again up to no good. Stanley is falsely accused of stealing a new pair of baseball shoes that a famous baseball player donated to a homeless shelter auction. In court, Stanley is given the choice to either go to jail or to go to a camp that builds character. When he admits he has never been to camp before, the Judge sends him over to Camp Green Lake. Yet, this camp is not your ordinary camp. You see, in Camp Green Lake, Mr. Sir, a counselor, says that if you take a bad boy and make him dig a hole in the staggering heat every day, he will become a good boy. Yup, holes in the ground! What will happen to Stanley when he enters a world filled with hole and poisonous yellow-spotted lizards? Will he survive? How will he ever escape from this camp? In fact, there is an astounding reason behind making the boys in the camp dig those holes. To learn more, you have to read this five-star book, which will leave you standing on your tippy-toes. This book was a great page-turner and is great for young readers.
    About 1 month ago
  • m1lk3y_w4y
    m1lk3y_w4y added a book review.
    The Lightning Thief is a book that is out of this world. It is about Percy Jackson, who is an ordinary teen who thinks he is not special, but this is where he is wrong. Percy also has dyslexia and ADHD. He has been to multiple boarding schools, and is about to be kicked out of another one when mysterious monsters start chasing him. After his mother and a friend Grover tried to save him, Percy wakes up in a mysterious camp. As time goes on, Percy learns that everyone at this camp are not that ordinary, in fact, they are children of Greek Gods, even Percy himself. It was hard to believe it at first, but slowly everything started to make sense. Percy also learns that he is the only living son of Poseidon, the god of the sea. The gods of the Greek world get into a big fight, mainly between Zeus and Hades. Zeus is the god of the sky and the king of gods, while Hades is the god of the underworld. Hades is suspected of taking Zeus’s thunderbolt, and people from Half-Blood Hill send Percy, Grover, and Annabeth to retrieve it. What will happen next on this unexpected journey to the underworld? Will Percy succeed? Will Percy meet his true father? To learn more, you must read The Lightning Thief. You’ll not regret it! I give this book five stars and recommend this to anyone who wants a fantastic book about demi-God and the challenges in the real world.
    About 1 month ago
  • m1lk3y_w4y
    m1lk3y_w4y added a book review.
    Holes seems like a classic book. It is a book that I would recommend to anyone who wants a sense of adventure as they read about Stanley Yelnats IV, who is once again up to no good. Stanley is falsely accused of stealing a new pair of baseball shoes that a famous baseball player donated to a homeless shelter auction. In court, Stanley is given the choice to either go to jail or to go to a camp that builds character. When he admits he has never been to camp before, the Judge sends him over to Camp Green Lake. Yet, this camp is not your ordinary camp. You see, in Camp Green Lake, Mr. Sir, a counselor, says that if you take a bad boy and make him dig a hole in the staggering heat every day, he will become a good boy. Yup, holes in the ground! What will happen to Stanley when he enters a world filled with hole and poisonous yellow-spotted lizards? Will he survive? How will he ever escape from this camp? In fact, there is an astounding reason behind making the boys in the camp dig those holes. To learn more, you have to read this five-star book, which will leave you standing on your tippy-toes. This book was a great page-turner and is great for young readers.
    About 1 month ago
  • m1lk3y_w4y
    m1lk3y_w4y added a book review.
    Smile is an outstanding graphic novel written by Raina Telgemeier. This book is about Raina, who wants nothing more than being a normal sixth grader. Of course, that is not going to happen. Raina falls one night, and ended up getting her braces, surgery, headgear, and a retainer with fake teeth. She looked like Frankenstein. What could get worse than this? An earthquake, unfriendly friends, unexpected problems, and more. What will Raina do to cope with all these problems? To find out, you have to read Smile, which you will not be able to put down and you will probably find out why this book is titled Smile.
    About 1 month ago
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    I should win because I have a lot of Geronimo Stilton books, but not any from this series. I can't to get a chance to read this book and I hope to win!
    About 1 month ago
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    I should win because I enjoy reading books like this, and I have read the Dork Diaries Series. It was really good and I think this will be the same. I can't wait to read this book!
    About 1 month ago

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