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I Funny TV: A Middle School Story

I Funny TV: A Middle School Story

By James Patterson, Chris Grabenstein

4.512 ratings9 reviews

  • happypug12
    happypug1244 stars
    Jamie's happily-ever-after was short-lived–yes, he won the contest that he always dreamed of, but there's a catch. He did get his million bucks–but he signed a contract (he thought it was a receipt). Turns out, the moolah was just an advance payment for a pilot of his own TV show–Jamie Funnie. To...
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Wonder

Wonder

By R. J. Palacio

4.821569 ratings3641 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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Chasing Vermeer

Chasing Vermeer

By Blue Balliett

4.3312 ratings23 reviews

  • bamababy22
    bamababy2244 stars
    I loved this book because there were missing paintings. A girl named Petra dreamed about chasing the artist named Vermeerś painting. She didn´t know that her dream was real. So she dressed up as her dream for Halloween. A boy named Calder said he had the exact painting at home, but Petra never...
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Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Double Down (Diary of a Wimpy Kid Book 11)

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Double Down (Diary of a Wimpy Kid Book 11)

By Jeff Kinney (illustrator) Jeff Kinney (author)

4.57231 ratings805 reviews

  • spider2001
    I have always loved the Diary of a Wimpy Kid books. I find them unbelievably funny! However, when I read this new one, I felt something was missing. Every time that I read A Diary of a Wimpy Kid book, I laugh my head off. However, this one really wasn't that funny. While these books are mostly me...
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Drama

Drama

By Raina Telgemeier

4.62466 ratings891 reviews

  • lilwal1617
    Drama By Raina Telgemeier Do you know what it’s like to be in Drama and have a gay friend? Well, in this book a girl named Callie who is the protagonist joins drama but doesn’t be in the play she is stage management. She also has these friends that help her...
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Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire (Book 4)

Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire (Book 4)

By J.K. Rowling

4.84432 ratings379 reviews

  • olliebob
    olliebob55 stars
    Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is a delightfully scary book. The plot twists are everywhere. The tension is everywhere. The heartbreak is everywhere. Harry starts his summer by going to the Quidditch World Cup with Hermione and the Weasley's. After the tournament, Death Eaters (Follower...
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I Funny: School of Laughs

I Funny: School of Laughs

By James Patterson

4.55158 ratings180 reviews

  • xxpish
    xxpish55 stars
    Jamie Grimm is a middle school student in a wheelchair who lives with the Smileys (his nickname for them since they don’t laugh or smile); his aunt, uncle and their three children who don’t have any sense of humor, and gets bullied by their older son. Jamie is on a mission; to be the greatest st...
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Night of the Ninjas (Magic Tree House)

Night of the Ninjas (Magic Tree House)

By Mary Pope Osborne

4.516 ratings21 reviews

  • derekh
    why I will chose this book to read is because of the cover, cover is one of the most important thing that make reader decide choose which book, this cover have a lot of detail in the picture, like mouse sword little temple river and ninja. This book are talking about two kids went to ancient Japa...
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The Pearl (The Originals)

The Pearl (The Originals)

By JOHN STEINBECK

4.333 ratings6 reviews

  • turtlenicole
    turtlenicole55 stars
    In the land of La Paz (which translates to peace), and the name is completely ironic to the story. The city is separated into two parts; the City of Stone and Plaster is where the rich reside and the poor live in the huts living off of the meager money earned from selling pearls. The story follow...
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Okay for Now

Okay for Now

By Gary D. Schmidt

4.3517 ratings19 reviews

  • pinkiepie1a1
    pinkiepie1a155 stars
    This book is amazing, It is really an emotional rollercoaster. You began with this 8th grader called Douglas (He is referenced as "Doug" or "Douggo") moving to a new town called Marysville. He finds himself talking to a girl who happened to be Lilian Spicer or Lil for short. Her dad is the owner ...
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