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  • mskuchta
    mskuchtais now following camash.
    About 5 years ago
  • aspectt
    aspectt added a book review.
    Have you ever been home for a week alone? Well in this book by D. Manus Pinkwater, Victor's parents went away so his sister Leslie had to take care of him. What would you do? This is one of. Y favorite books because later on in the book lizards come and see him. There's a chicken man that has a chicken and it dos tricks. When lesilie came home a week later she was all sun burnt. She has parking tickets. Also more
    Over 5 years ago
  • bella1111
    bella1111's book review was featured in Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library.
    Your going to want to hear this review and then read this book. The book I read was called "Mr.lemoncello's LIBRARY" it is by Chris Grabentein, and it is great. The settings of this book are the library and sometimes the school. The library is the most common place. So this kid named Kyle Keeley loved Mr.lemoncello's games and books so he decided he wanted to enter a contest to win a trip to his library. What you have to do to win is write an essay so that's what Kyle did. When the winners were announced Kyle ended up being one of them. What he doesn't know is that he will have to try to escape and deal with other kids in the library that try to cheat and go the easy way, that is the turning point in this book. The antagonist of this story in my opinion is all the other kids because most of them want to do Different things. The protagonist is Kyle. There are a few parts when Kyle figures out something important like ways to get out of the library and parts of the library like the windows that don't open and those were important things to figure out because he was trying solve the conflict. I liked this book because it had lots of details and it wasn't boring. I recommend and this book to anyone who likes adventurous books. I recommend this to 6 grade and up because it has some difficult words that some kids wouldn't be able to sound out. I hope you try this book out.
    Over 5 years ago
  • bella1111
    bella1111 added a book review.
    Your going to want to hear this review and then read this book. The book I read was called "Mr.lemoncello's LIBRARY" it is by Chris Grabentein, and it is great. The settings of this book are the library and sometimes the school. The library is the most common place. So this kid named Kyle Keeley loved Mr.lemoncello's games and books so he decided he wanted to enter a contest to win a trip to his library. What you have to do to win is write an essay so that's what Kyle did. When the winners were announced Kyle ended up being one of them. What he doesn't know is that he will have to try to escape and deal with other kids in the library that try to cheat and go the easy way, that is the turning point in this book. The antagonist of this story in my opinion is all the other kids because most of them want to do Different things. The protagonist is Kyle. There are a few parts when Kyle figures out something important like ways to get out of the library and parts of the library like the windows that don't open and those were important things to figure out because he was trying solve the conflict. I liked this book because it had lots of details and it wasn't boring. I recommend and this book to anyone who likes adventurous books. I recommend this to 6 grade and up because it has some difficult words that some kids wouldn't be able to sound out. I hope you try this book out.
    Over 5 years ago
  • troyrocs84
    troyrocs84 added a book review.
    "Fortunately, the milk" by Neil Gaiman is about a father who has to get milk for his son and daughter. But the kids get worried, and a little curious when their dad comes home late that night. The protagonist is the father and there are multiple antagonists.This book is full of zany, unbelievable predicaments full of aliens and pariahnas and pirates and wumpires. I thought this book was good but a little lower for my reading level. I recommend this book to kids between the age of 7 to 10.
    Over 5 years ago
  • troyrocs84
    troyrocs84 added a book review.
    Fortunately the milk by Neil Gaiman is about a father who has to get milk for his son and daughter. But the kids get worried, and a little curious when there dad comes home late that night. The protagonist is the father and there are multiple antagonists.This book is full of zany, unbelievable predicaments full of aliens and pariah as and pirates and wumpires. I thought this book was good but a little lower for my reading level. I recommend this book to kids between the age of 7 to 10.
    Over 5 years ago
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