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Where the Red Fern Grows: Mcdougal Littell Literature Connections

Where the Red Fern Grows: Mcdougal Littell Literature Connections

By Wilson Rawls
4.6
68 ratings96 reviews
  • leap415
    leap41555 stars
    SPOILER ALERT!!! IF YOU HAVE NOT READ THIS STORY, DO NOT READ! SPEAK NOW OR FOREVER HOLD YOUR PEACE!!! 3...2...1...Where the Red Fern Grows is a heart-melting story about two coon hounds, Little Ann the brains and Old Dan the brawn, that can't survive without each other. Billy, their determined t...
A Light in the Attic

A Light in the Attic

By Shel Silverstein
4.6
40 ratings49 reviews
  • headream100
    Really? I thought the poet did a great job on the poems. And the illustrations aren't horrible, they're realistic and fun to look at. Also I don't know how you liked the poem about the girl who wanted a pony. That's just sad. But this is just my opinion.
White Fang

White Fang

By Jack London
4.4
5 ratings14 reviews
  • derekh
    White Fang is a book about a wolf that died and left baby wolf name White Fang behind. A man brought him into the city to the dog figh. White fang is tired and have a lot of wounds, but one man who was named Weedon Scott saved him. Under Weedon Scott’s protection, patience, and compassion, Whit...
Great Expectations (Gift Classics)

Great Expectations (Gift Classics)

By Charles Dickens
4.25
4 ratings4 reviews
  • firstnameever
    Great book love it 10/10 would read again. Pip isn't the best character, but you kind of have to put up with him for the first part of the book until you get to the real heroes of the book in the second part, which is over course Herbert Pocket and John Wemmick. Estella is pretty cool too, but is...
Percy Jackson's Greek Heroes

Percy Jackson's Greek Heroes

By Rick Riordan
4.69
36 ratings36 reviews
  • tobthi1617
    A hero. A person, typically a man, who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities. In my book, Percy Jackson’s greek heroes (by Rick Riordan) it is all about the heroes in greek mythology. I have read three of the stories in this book, but for the sake of si...
Matilda (Random House Modern Classics)

Matilda (Random House Modern Classics)

By Roald Dahl
4.68
244 ratings271 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...
Tuck Everlasting

Tuck Everlasting

By RINEHART AND WINSTON HOLT
4.73
59 ratings76 reviews
  • ryahar1617
    Would you want to live forever? This girl named Winnie she found a hidden spring that could grant you immortality. She is the main character in the book the Tuck Everlasting. The author of this book is Natalie babbitt. I think the antagonist is the family because they must of did stuff to make W...
The Giving Tree with Gift Card

The Giving Tree with Gift Card

By Shel Silverstein
4.65
34 ratings41 reviews
  • redheadperson22
    Warning this review contains spoilers! Well, there's a tree and a boy. The tree and the boy love each other (according to the book). So the boy and the tree play together and are happy. But time goes by and something happens... What I thought of it: Well, this book made me kind of sad, but in a g...
Alice in Wonderland (Classics)

Alice in Wonderland (Classics)

By Lewis Carroll
4.29
21 ratings17 reviews
  • kobsan
    kobsan44 stars
    This is my book reweiw of Alice and wonderland Lewis Carroll. Alice and wonderlands setting is in the 1800s in England, and alice falls Into hole by the rabbit who lured her into wonderland and she dreamed about wonderland and all the characters. And she has get out of wonderland. And hatter k...
Little Women (Childrens Classics)

Little Women (Childrens Classics)

By Louisa May Alcott
4.62
26 ratings39 reviews
  • lizspbishops
    lizspbishops55 stars
    This book is lovely! Its filled with happiness and sadness.Its about four sisters- Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy, who dont have much. But yet they stay happy and work for their mother and and father. This is enough information....you must find out the rest in "Little Women". I highly recommend this book!...

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