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Because of Mr. Terupt

Because of Mr. Terupt

By Rob Buyea

4.8122 ratings145 reviews

  • leanecool
    leanecool55 stars
    Because of Mr. Terupt, by Rob Buyea, is a novel about one year in the life of a fifth grade class at Snow Hill School. Told through the eyes of seven students, the class is deeply affected by their new teacher Mr. Terupt and the tragic accident that touches all their lives. As the school year ...
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Sisters

Sisters

By Raina Telgemeier

4.69629 ratings1318 reviews

  • cooliobubbles
    This book is about the author, Raina, and her sister Amara. As a little girl Raina always wanted a sister. But now she doesn't because Amara and her bicker A LOT. Amara is a good artist and Raina likes to listen to music. Their mom Denise and their dad have another kid named Will. When Will gets ...
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The School for Good and Evil #2: A World without Princes

The School for Good and Evil #2: A World without Princes

By Soman Chainani

4.4823 ratings32 reviews

  • bibliophile
    First of all I want to say thank you. Second of all I want to say it was very exciting, adventurous, and it fits right next to the School of Good and Evil #1 book. I recommend you to read the first book first and then read it so it'll make more sense. It starts off with Sophie and Agatha planning...
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The School for Good and Evil #3: The Last Ever After

The School for Good and Evil #3: The Last Ever After

By Soman Chainani

4.8731 ratings32 reviews

  • maggies20
    maggies2055 stars
    The ending to this trilogy is completely stunning. There are so many unexpected plot twists, the best friends and lovers go through so many challenges before they finally find where they belong with each other. There are doubts within each character's mind, but as they help each other pass throug...
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The School for Good and Evil

The School for Good and Evil

By Soman Chainani

4.64190 ratings305 reviews

  • felicisowl
    felicisowl55 stars
    "The only way out is through a fairy-tale.." By opposites' attraction, Sophie and Agatha of Gavaldon are best friends.. Sophie is beautiful, but only on the outside - she only performs her Good Deeds because her greatest dream is to be kidnapped by the School Master and accepted to the School of...
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Keeper of the Lost Cities

Keeper of the Lost Cities

By Shannon Messenger

4.81118 ratings189 reviews

  • callie_b
    callie_b55 stars
    WOW. THIS BOOK WAS NOT WHAT I THOUGHT IT WOULD BE. NOT AT ALL. But different is good, and this book definitely shows that. Ever since Sophie Foster hit her head when she was 5 years old, she has been hearing voices in her head. But not just any voices. People's THOUGHTS. And she has no idea why, ...
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The One and Only Ivan

The One and Only Ivan

By Katherine Applegate

4.69310 ratings389 reviews

  • palindrome
    Katherine Applegate's The One and Only Ivan makes you think about what it means to be human by showing you the world through the eyes of a non-human. This book is narrated in the first person by its protagonist, Ivan. Ivan is quiet, easygoing, artistic, and a gorilla. Until a baby elephant called...
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Rutabaga the Adventure Chef: Book 1

Rutabaga the Adventure Chef: Book 1

By Eric Colossal

52 ratings1 reviews

  • 275623
    27562355 stars
    I love this book
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A Million Ways Home

A Million Ways Home

By Dianna Dorisi Winget

4.4212 ratings9 reviews

  • soccergirl00
    soccergirl0055 stars
    This book was truly amazing. I think my favorite part of the book is when Poppy calls Trey, telling him that herself and Lizzie saw William Eugene Frank, and how the police and Trey all captured Frank. A Million Ways Home by Dianna Dorisi Winget deserves a five stars rating!
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Ghost Boys

Ghost Boys

By Jewell Parker Rhodes

4.138 ratings10 reviews

  • thatredheadxd
    Kinda freaky, but it is NOT REAL. Which is luckily good. There is a kid named Jerome who was given a toy gun by his friend, and when a police officer thought he had a real gun, he shot the boy. Jerome died and his ghost lingered. He soon met other ghosts, who were all... brown skinned boys. They ...
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