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  • melpell1617
    melpell1617 added a book review.
    My reaction to this book was sad because of what happens in the end. I would recommend this book to 4th and 5th graders. It showed how the South and North hated each other at the time.
    5 months ago
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    By Patricia Polacco
    5 months ago
  • lachal1617
    lachal1617 added a book review.
    I really liked this book! I love that it has foxes and a fox as the main character. I really like Isla's (Protagonist) personality. She is going on a journey to find her family. I have a book like that before, it was called A Dog's Life. Overall I really liked this book.
    10 months ago
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    By Inbali Iserles
    10 months ago
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    lachal1617's book review was featured in Rising Storm (Warriors, Book 4).
    With Tigerclaw (Antagonist) gone and Bluestar being a shell of her former self, it is hard for Fireheart (Protagonist) to be the deputy of Thunderclan in Warriors: Rising Storm by Erin Hunter. Tigerclaw has been exiled from Thunderclan from his betrayal to Thunderclan and Bluestar. Now Bluestar is no longer herself (First Conflict; This conflict isn’t solved). She doesn't do her leader duties and has lost her spirit and pride. Fireheart has to do almost everything for his clan. Bluestar even has no trust in Starclan. When Fireheart has troubles with his apprentice Cloudpaw or setting up patrols, Whitestorm and Sandstorm help him through it. Sandstorm has become very close to Fireheart while Graystripe is in his new home, Riverclan. Also throughout the book the forest gets hotter and hotter, which causes a fire in the Thunderclan camp (Second Conflict). After the fire Fireheart and Graystripe go to see what is left of the camp. While doing so, he finds something he didn't expect and didn't want to see. What did he find? At the next gathering Fireheart has taken Bluestar’s place because she didn’t feel the need to go. He goes up to the high rock and learns that the Shadowclan leader, Nightstar has died and that the new leader is someone he doesn't expect. Tigerclaw, Thunderclan’s greatest enemy. This book has no specific time, but the setting is mostly in Thunderclan territory. I recommend this book to 3 graders and up. Also there is some violent battle scenes.
    11 months ago
  • lachal1617
    lachal1617 added a book review.
    With Tigerclaw (Antagonist) gone and Bluestar being a shell of her former self, it is hard for Fireheart (Protagonist) to be the deputy of Thunderclan in Warriors: Rising Storm by Erin Hunter. Tigerclaw has been exiled from Thunderclan from his betrayal to Thunderclan and Bluestar. Now Bluestar is no longer herself (First Conflict; This conflict isn’t solved). She doesn't do her leader duties and has lost her spirit and pride. Fireheart has to do almost everything for his clan. Bluestar even has no trust in Starclan. When Fireheart has troubles with his apprentice Cloudpaw or setting up patrols, Whitestorm and Sandstorm help him through it. Sandstorm has become very close to Fireheart while Graystripe is in his new home, Riverclan. Also throughout the book the forest gets hotter and hotter, which causes a fire in the Thunderclan camp (Second Conflict). After the fire Fireheart and Graystripe go to see what is left of the camp. While doing so, he finds something he didn't expect and didn't want to see. What did he find? At the next gathering Fireheart has taken Bluestar’s place because she didn’t feel the need to go. He goes up to the high rock and learns that the Shadowclan leader, Nightstar has died and that the new leader is someone he doesn't expect. Tigerclaw, Thunderclan’s greatest enemy. This book has no specific time, but the setting is mostly in Thunderclan territory. I recommend this book to 3 graders and up. Also there is some violent battle scenes.
    11 months ago
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    11 months ago
  • melpell1617
    melpell1617's book review was featured in Upside-Down Magic.
    Imagine you had magic abilities. The different kinds of magics in this book include flying, becoming an animal, going invisible, talking to animals, and making fire. The authors of Upside Down Magic are Sarah Mlynowski, Lauren Myracle and Emily Jenkins. The setting of this book is Dunwittle Middle School and Nory’s Aunt Margo’s house. It takes place in present day. Nory is the protagonist, She can turn into different animals until her magic started to go wonky. Nory is a native american with poofy hair. The antagonist is mostly her power because she tries really hard to be normal when her magic goes wonky. One conflicted is Nory ends up goes away with her aunt that she barely knows. Norys aunt lives in a small town in a small house. They always eat pizza after school. Conflicted two is one of her friends are in danger and could be lost for ever. The turning point of the second conflict is Nory helps her friend by using her magic. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes stores on magic.
    11 months ago
  • ganfer1617
    ganfer1617's book review was featured in Rules.
    Do you know what it is like to have a brother with autism? Well in the book rules you will know.In The book Rules by Cynthia Lord there is a girl named Catherine and she has a younger brother with autism his name is David. The book takes place at their house and OT which is speech therapy for David. In this book the protagonist is Catherine because she is loving and caring for her brother. The antagonist is David autism because its makes it so Catherine has to watch over him all the time. She can’t have friends over because she is sacred that he is going to do something embarrassing. The first conflict in the book is when Catherine gets a new neighbor and she wants to come over to her house all the time but Catherine is scared that David is going to do something bad. The second conflict in the book is when her friend Jason that she meet at David's therapy class invites her to his birthday part but the girl next door wants her to got to a dance that she is going on the same day so she doesn't know what to do. But at the end of the book she starts realizing that it is not David's fault. Catherine writes speech cards for Jason and also wrote rules for Divided. I would recommend this book to someone that is 6th or 7th grade that want a quick and easy book to read.
    11 months ago
  • melpell1617
    melpell1617 added a book review.
    Imagine you had magic abilities. The different kinds of magics in this book include flying, becoming an animal, going invisible, talking to animals, and making fire. The authors of Upside Down Magic are Sarah Mlynowski, Lauren Myracle and Emily Jenkins. The setting of this book is Dunwittle Middle School and Nory’s Aunt Margo’s house. It takes place in present day. Nory is the protagonist, She can turn into different animals until her magic started to go wonky. Nory is a native american with poofy hair. The antagonist is mostly her power because she tries really hard to be normal when her magic goes wonky. One conflicted is Nory ends up goes away with her aunt that she barely knows. Norys aunt lives in a small town in a small house. They always eat pizza after school. Conflicted two is one of her friends are in danger and could be lost for ever. The turning point of the second conflict is Nory helps her friend by using her magic. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes stores on magic.
    11 months ago

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