Kids Book Reviews by Grade Level

Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life (Middle School Series)

Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life (Middle School Series)

By James Patterson

4.56213 ratings270 reviews

  • mysterystar
    mysterystar44 stars
    Now, there’s a pathetic family portrait you don’t want to be a part of, believe me. More on the unfortunate Village Police incident later. I need to work myself up to tell you that disaster story. So anyway, ta-da, here it is, book fans, and all of you in need of AR points at school, the true aut...
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Wonder

Wonder

By R. J. Palacio

4.811625 ratings3728 reviews

  • felicisowl
    felicisowl55 stars
    Wonder was a book I first read 2 years ago, and over the years, I just couldn't stop re-reading it. The kids at my school call this book "childish", "horrible," and "weird just like the kid in the book." I think just the opposite. August is a normal kid on the inside, but not on the outside. ...
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The Cay

The Cay

By Theodore Taylor

4.3152 ratings67 reviews

  • joshua54321
    joshua5432155 stars
    I rate this book a 5 star because it is a great book that can make you happy and sad at times. It also is a great historical fiction book if you are writing a report I would recommend this book. I make only 1 connection and that was the start of the book. Phillip ,one of the main characters, he d...
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Who Was Abraham Lincoln?

Who Was Abraham Lincoln?

By Janet Pascal

4.717 ratings11 reviews

  • Earthen Vessel
    Earthen Vessel
    I am an adult who wanted an overview of Abraham Lincoln's life before visiting his home in Springfield, Illinois, where he resided when he was elected U.S. President, as well as his tomb and the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Museum. Our 9-year-old son read this book and didn't put it down until ...
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What Was the Titanic?

What Was the Titanic?

By Stephanie Sabol, Who HQ

4.52 ratings1 reviews

  • riley_108
    riley_10844 stars
    I gave this book a 4 star rating, because they were missing a few details, and they gave real facts about the Titanic. I would recommend this book my friends ,because it gave a lot of fun facts and real facts of what happened to the Titanic. Over all this book was very good,sad and it they did gr...
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Kristy's Great Idea: Full-Color Edition (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphix #1)

Kristy's Great Idea: Full-Color Edition (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphix #1)

By Ann M. Martin

4.7858 ratings72 reviews

  • 13iamgroot
    13iamgroot33 stars
    I recently read this book, and I thought it was pretty good. It is about four 7th grade girls who decide to form a club. It is called the baby-sitters club, because they decided that if people needed a babysitter, they could call four babysitters all at once, and they could decide who was availa...
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The Whipping Boy

The Whipping Boy

By Sid Fleischman

2.836 ratings8 reviews

  • fussyparasite08
    My mother asked me to read it. We are reading it together. Nearly finished. My favorite character in the book is Prince Brat. He is my favorite because he's funny, he brought his father's crown during his escape. It was cool that Jemmy felt bad for the Prince towards end because he would...
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Smile

Smile

By Raina Telgemeier

4.731484 ratings3307 reviews

  • awesomeisme
    awesomeisme55 stars
    We have this book in the library, I've read it 5 times and I'm still not bored of it! I'm going to ask for it on my birthday. Here is a review for those who haven't read it: Raina is getting braces and is not looking forward to it. So at girls scout camp she asks her friends that have braces wha...
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Freak the Mighty

Freak the Mighty

By Rodman Philbrick

4.750 ratings55 reviews

  • jkr
    jkr55 stars
    This book is about a boy named max. His mother is dead and his father is in jail(starting to piece it together?). He is huge and looks a lot like his dad. He is made fun of because he's not exactly the sharpest knife in the drawer. One day a boy and his mom moves into the house next to theirs(his...
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Nine, Ten: A September 11 Story

Nine, Ten: A September 11 Story

By Nora Raleigh Baskin

4.65 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 ...
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