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  • honeyandsugar
    honeyandsugar added a book review.
    A little more about the author, too- Gerald Durrell was a famous British naturalist. He wrote 38 book, all of which should be AMAZING! I would recommend doing more research on him, but his books are insanely funny!
    3 months ago
  • honeyandsugar
    honeyandsugar added a book review.
    I read this book 3 times, and it never fails to amuse me! This is an absolutely hilarious comedic masterpiece. I would totally recommend this book if you like comedy, biology, animals, Greece (specifically the island of Corfu) or smart people. ;) I love this book!
    3 months ago
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    honeyandsugar added a news bookmark.
    The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life as we knew it just a few weeks ago.  Millions of people worldwide are now under mandatory or voluntary lockdowns.  All public attractions,...
    3 months ago
  • honeyandsugar
    honeyandsugarliked a comment in The Brightest Night (Wings of Fire, Book 5).
    This book keeps you at the edge of your seat. But make sure you start from the beginning 😁
    3 months ago
  • honeyandsugar
    honeyandsugarliked a comment in The Brightest Night (Wings of Fire, Book 5).
    It is amazing. I've read the book almost 80 times, and I am always entertained.
    3 months ago
  • honeyandsugar
    honeyandsugarliked a comment in The Brightest Night (Wings of Fire, Book 5).
    I think this is the best book in the series [I read the series and cant wait for book 14!] because its through sunny's amazing point of view and sunny is a very happy, funny character who i feel i know in person! I highly recommend this book!
    3 months ago
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    honeyandsugar has read this book.
    3 months ago
  • honeyandsugar
    honeyandsugarliked a comment in Spark and the League of Ursus: A Novel.
    Have you ever wondered if your stuffed animal's come alive when you're not looking? I have. And this book almost makes you believe they do! Spark is a teddy bear. She protects her dusa, (The best friend she is sworn to protect from monsters) Loretta. For a while she's been sitting on a shelf. But when Loretta starts sleeping with Spark again, Spark thinks something might be up. However she loves being snuggled again that she puts it out of her mind. When Loretta's friend, Sofia, from school goes missing, Spark is now more suspicious that something is going on. When a monster like nothing that Spark's seen before comes in Loretta's room trying to take her, she tries to look for her friend for his wisdom on what to do, but he's also missing. When the monster takes Loretta's brother, Spark must rally up with other stuffed animals to stop the monster and save the missing kids. This book was SUPER GOOD. Very very hard to put down.
    3 months ago
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    honeyandsugar has read this book.
    3 months ago
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    I'm just ending 7th grade. I love facts and statistics, but I really love books such as Ripley's Believe It or Not and the Guiness Book of World Records. The National Geographic Kids Almanac is particularly fun because it provides all kinds of zany facts about the world we live in that interest kids my age. Also, you can pick any section you like to read because you don't have to start from the beginning. You can read whatever section you want at random.
    About 1 year ago

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