Kids Book Reviews by Grade Level

The Giver (illustrated; gift edition) (Giver Quartet)

The Giver (illustrated; gift edition) (Giver Quartet)

By Lois Lowry

4.336 ratings7 reviews

  • pinkrosegirl
    pinkrosegirl55 stars
    this book was absolutley and truly and fantastically just amazing. it really captures the light of Jonas' life as a kid in the future and the Giver-to-be. it honestly saddens me that he and his friends never got to experience color or feelings or even their own memory.:0

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Look Into My Eyes (Ruby Redfort)

Look Into My Eyes (Ruby Redfort)

By Lauren Child

4.5231 ratings34 reviews

  • bibliophile
    bibliophile44 stars
    When I was younger... I used to pretend I was Nancy Drew always looking for mysteries that I can solve... the only mystery I came across was "who ate the last slice of the delicious cheesecake?" or "where's my toy?" and those type of mysteries... of course I did solve them except for finding my m...

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Blubber

Blubber

By Judy Blume

4.4127 ratings26 reviews

  • edmodo-f7utzp5xxc
    The book ''Blubber'' is a book that I think kids of every age and grade should read in one point in their life. It tells kids how it feels to tease somebody else and feel how exactly like to be the target. The book was ok, it was not one of my favorites but I still think it should be reccomended....

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Revenge of the Living Dummy (Goosebumps HorrorLand Series #1)

Revenge of the Living Dummy (Goosebumps HorrorLand Series #1)

By R. L. Stine

53 ratings1 reviews

  • The Reviewer
    The Reviewer
    This book isn't super scary considering R.L. Stines other book but the shunken head did send a chill down my spine. It's perfect for younger readers. 7-8 year olds I would think. But I did read it when I was twelve.

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The Last Olympian (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 5)

The Last Olympian (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 5)

By Rick Riordan

4.85317 ratings307 reviews

  • gronkkkk
    gronkkkk55 stars
    Are you wondering about what book you should read next? Do you think that there are no more books left for you to read in your local library? I strongly recommend that you read the Percy Jackson series. This one’s my favorite, and it could be yours, too! If you need a book to read and can’t find ...

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Inkheart

Inkheart

By Cornelia Funke

4.5347 ratings53 reviews

  • blackbird_skye
    This book was probably the most creative novel I have ever read! The fact that Cornelia Funke can include so many different characters, each with diverse backstories, but all tied together in some small way in the story. Even if most of it is trying to escape Capricorn, I loved it. The characters...

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The Penderwicks: A Summer Tale of Four Sisters, Two Rabbits, and a Very Interesting Boy

The Penderwicks: A Summer Tale of Four Sisters, Two Rabbits, and a Very Interesting Boy

By Jeanne Birdsall

4.58118 ratings172 reviews

  • llpanda
    llpanda55 stars
    Don't ever judge a book by its cover you'll be sorry you did. About three years ago my mom picked up this book and said that she thought it would be a good read. I took one look at the cover and said " that looks boring ". She insisted that I try it and over the summer I did. It was fantastic! Th...

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Matilda (Random House Modern Classics)

Matilda (Random House Modern Classics)

By Roald Dahl

4.68278 ratings328 reviews

  • valench
    valench33 stars
    Written by: Roald Dahl Illustrated by: Quentin Blake Reviewed by: Valentina Ch (age: 9) Matilda is a five year old girl that has two bad, evil, nasty, ugly parents. She learns to read and write on her own. She also starts going to school with the other five year old children but she is very...

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I am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban

I am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban

By Malala; Lamb, Christina Yousafzai

4.610 ratings16 reviews

  • ggfyhh
    ggfyhh55 stars
    This book is about a girl Malala, she lives in Pakistan. In Pakistan girls arent allowed to get an education, but Malala wasnt going to just stand by and not get smart(er) She spoke up and fought by going to school. One day, she climbed onto her school bus and was driving home when all of a sudde...

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Dork Diaries 7: Tales from a Not-So-Glam TV Star

Dork Diaries 7: Tales from a Not-So-Glam TV Star

By Rachel Renée Russell

4.83108 ratings169 reviews

  • yalena
    Her band is recording their hit song, "Dorks Rule," and the producer decides to give Nikki her own reality TV show! Between filming the show, band practice, voice lessons, dance rehearsals, studying, and homework, Nikki is barely able to squeeze in time with her crush, Brandon. But when he asks f...

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