Kids Book Reviews by Grade Level

Percy Jackson's Greek Gods

Percy Jackson's Greek Gods

By Rick Riordan
4.81
115 ratings154 reviews
  • bibliophile
    bibliophile55 stars
    AMAZING!!!!!!!! This book was... I don't know but it was one of my favorites from Rick Riordan... It talks about 12 gods/goddesses: Hestia, Demeter, Persephone, Hera, Hades, Poseideon, Zeus, Athena, Aphrodite, Ares, Hephaestus, Apollo, Artemis, Hermes, and Dionysus... it also covered how the "wor...
The Lightning Thief (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 1)

The Lightning Thief (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 1)

By Rick Riordan
4.74
941 ratings1318 reviews
  • lemonade11
    lemonade1155 stars
    WARNING, THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS. This is an amazing book about the adventures of Percy Jackson. My great friend was reading the series and I had to know what it was. I quickly dove in and found myself laughing at the random names of the chapters and much more. This book is about a tween ag...
The Gauntlet

The Gauntlet

By Karuna Riazi
4.0
2 ratings2 reviews
  • congen1718
    congen171855 stars
    THE GAUNTLET Book Review By: Connor William Gentley What if you had to be super worried for days knowing that a family member Is sad and alone in a game made by a child who made it specifically to lure other children in to play it. And then their trapped. This book is called The Gauntlet by ...
Cabin Fever (Diary of a Wimpy Kid)

Cabin Fever (Diary of a Wimpy Kid)

By Jeff Kinney
4.63
743 ratings782 reviews
  • Rebekah
    This book is really good I will say a summary of what I read,Gregory Heffley's school wants to do anything to end bullying the only bully on Greg's class this year is a boy named Dennis Root but with all the bully sighs Greg tries to make Dennis happy again,Gregory's school is trying to get the k...
After Ever After

After Ever After

By Jordan Sonnenblick
4.25
4 ratings6 reviews
  • captaina
    I would definitely recommend this book to the funny yet serious people. This book is a bout Jeffery an 8th grade student who is a cancer survivor,Tad, Jeffery's friend, who hasn't been qualified as a cancer survivor yet. Jeffery has girl problems with Lindsey, a Cali girl. Tad keeps it a secret f...
Diary of a Wimpy Kid - Double Down

Diary of a Wimpy Kid - Double Down

By Jeff Kinney
4.56
218 ratings791 reviews
  • spider2001
    I have always loved the Diary of a Wimpy Kid books. I find them unbelievably funny! However, when I read this new one, I felt something was missing. Every time that I read A Diary of a Wimpy Kid book, I laugh my head off. However, this one really wasn't that funny. While these books are mostly me...
Nine, Ten: A September 11 Story

Nine, Ten: A September 11 Story

By Nora Raleigh Baskin
4.5
4 ratings7 reviews
  • e06
    I read this book in my class for read aloud. It is a nine eleven story from different perspectives. One is a muslim girl her name is Naheed, the second is a teenage boy named Will who lives in Pennsylvania, and a african-american kid named Sergio. I think they all had these perspectives to show ...
Poison Apple #3: Miss Fortune

Poison Apple #3: Miss Fortune

By Brandi Dougherty
4.36
11 ratings16 reviews
  • tiana19149
    I love a good old fashioned "fortune teller gone bad" story. And this novel lives up to that potential...and then some. Since this is aimed at the youngsters (ages 8-12), I will say that the author does take this responsibility with great care. She produces a solid story line with just enough cre...
The Hero Two Doors Down: Based on the True Story of Friendship Between a Boy and a Baseball Legend

The Hero Two Doors Down: Based on the True Story of Friendship Between a Boy and a Baseball Legend

By Sharon Robinson
5.0
5 ratings4 reviews
  • mirsoftball8
    mirsoftball855 stars
    This book, "The Hero Two Doors Down'' is based on the true story of eight year old Steven Satlow and his hero Jackie Robinson in 1948. Steven heard a rumor that an African family was moving into a jewish neighborhood, the one he lived in. All Steven's neighbors were against it, because they didn'...
The City of Ember: The First Book of Ember

The City of Ember: The First Book of Ember

By Jeanne DuPrau
4.46
110 ratings143 reviews
  • elli1032
    elli103255 stars
    In the City of Ember, the sky is always black, there is no real light. Just the flicker of Street lamps and light bulbs in the houses. The story begins on Assigning Day when all kids got their jobs. Two of all those kids was a girl named Lina and a boy named Doon. The two used to be friends, but ...

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