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    super10's movie review was featured in Peter Rabbit.
    Mhq694ufoftkxjhbmb4pmece8udWhen I heard there was a movie coming out based of the book Peter Rabbit, I was as hyped as I was when my Mom first read the book to me. After watching the movie, I was happy as can be and really enjoyed the adaptation of the book! In this movie, Peter Rabbit is introduced as a character stealing food from a an old man, as he was brought up by his father to steal from there. They’re protected by Beth, who is a woman that is taking care of them. After a tragedy strikes the man, Peter Rabbit and his friends believe they own the garden and the house, but then the nephew of the man inherits the house, and a big battle breaks out between the rabbits, and the human. I liked how the movie was filled with teamwork, and showed how Peter never let his family down. It also had a lot of wisecracks and slapstick humor, so I stayed entertained throughout the movie. I would reccomend it to my fellow DOGO movie reviewers, as I felt that it was great all-around.
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    Mhq694ufoftkxjhbmb4pmece8udWhen I heard there was a movie coming out based of the book Peter Rabbit, I was as hyped as I was when my Mom first read the book to me. After watching the movie, I was happy as can be and really enjoyed the adaptation of the book! In this movie, Peter Rabbit is introduced as a character stealing food from a an old man, as he was brought up by his father to steal from there. They’re protected by Beth, who is a woman that is taking care of them. After a tragedy strikes the man, Peter Rabbit and his friends believe they own the garden and the house, but then the nephew of the man inherits the house, and a big battle breaks out between the rabbits, and the human. I liked how the movie was filled with teamwork, and showed how Peter never let his family down. It also had a lot of wisecracks and slapstick humor, so I stayed entertained throughout the movie. I would reccomend it to my fellow DOGO movie reviewers, as I felt that it was great all-around.
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    jeffdaboss's book review was featured in I Survived the Children’s Blizzard, 1888 (I Survived #16).
    Again, another amazing book to be in the titular "I Survived" series. This time, Lauren Tarshis brings us into the life of John Hale, an ordinary boy living in the Dakota Territory during 1888. He just moved to Dakota with his family so they could start a farm. As he makes friends in his small town, he learns of the terrifying things they have faced, like grasshoppers attacks and a deadly rattlesnake. But with the winter season coming, the blistering blizzards prove to be the worst. As John and his friends try to brave through the blizzard, it becomes difficult to tell if they will make it out alive. This book also comes with background information about the Children's Blizzard and life during the 1880s in US territories. This is a great historical fiction book that kids will love!
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    Again, another amazing book to be in the titular "I Survived" series. This time, Lauren Tarshis brings us into the life of John Hale, an ordinary boy living in the Dakota Territory during 1888. He just moved to Dakota with his family so they could start a farm. As he makes friends in his small town, he learns of the terrifying things they have faced, like grasshoppers attacks and a deadly rattlesnake. But with the winter season coming, the blistering blizzards prove to be the worst. As John and his friends try to brave through the blizzard, it becomes difficult to tell if they will make it out alive. This book also comes with background information about the Children's Blizzard and life during the 1880s in US territories. This is a great historical fiction book that kids will love!
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    Kiran thought she had a normal life. Until on her twelfth birthday she finds out she's an Indian princess. How does she find this out? When her parents are captured and two princes crash into her yard to help her. Her whole life is thrown upside down when she is told that she was adopted when her birth mother sent her to Earth so she could escape the clutches of her father - the Serpent King. Kiran is introduced to a whole new world with magic and fantasy creatures. This book was filled with adventure and lots of surprises along the way. One of my favorite parts about this book was the uniqueness of the concept. I learned a lot of new things about Japanese mythology and culture. Some of the words were unfamiliar to me, but I eventually figured out what they meant. Overall, this is a pretty good middle grade read. I would caution younger readers that there are some darker action scenes, specifically those that involve the Rackosh, the Serpent King and the demons. Because of those scenes, I would rate this book 3 out of 5 stars.
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