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Timmy Failure: It's the End When I Say It's the End

Timmy Failure: It's the End When I Say It's the End

By Stephan Pastis

52 ratings4 reviews

  • bookwormdude29
    This book is so heartwarming and funny!!!! This might be one of the best books in the series! The end is so sad, though, but awesome!
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Hilo Book 1: The Boy Who Crashed to Earth

Hilo Book 1: The Boy Who Crashed to Earth

By Judd Winick

4.7311 ratings15 reviews

  • pizzagirl7
    pizzagirl755 stars
    This book about dj and his friend hilo and how they met dj had a friend named Gina that lived next door they where best friends when they where seven ginas dad moved away with Gina because he got a new job ...dj was so sad ..3 years later ... Dj saw a meteor fall from the sky he ran over...
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Dork Diaries 13: Tales from a Not-So-Happy Birthday

Dork Diaries 13: Tales from a Not-So-Happy Birthday

By Rachel Renée Russell

4.8650 ratings191 reviews

  • readytoread
    readytoread55 stars
    Rachel Renée Russell has come back with yet installment in her thrilling series Dork Diaries. This book is about a girl named Nicki Maxell who will be having her birthday soon. Her BFFs Chloe and Zoey REALLY want her to have a birthday party, however, Nicki doesn't really want to, since she keep...
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Sisters

Sisters

By Raina Telgemeier

4.71501 ratings1147 reviews

  • cooliobubbles
    This book is about the author, Raina, and her sister Amara. As a little girl Raina always wanted a sister. But now she doesn't because Amara and her bicker A LOT. Amara is a good artist and Raina likes to listen to music. Their mom Denise and their dad have another kid named Will. When Will gets ...
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Smile

Smile

By Raina Telgemeier

4.731429 ratings3230 reviews

  • awesomeisme
    awesomeisme55 stars
    We have this book in the library, I've read it 5 times and I'm still not bored of it! I'm going to ask for it on my birthday. Here is a review for those who haven't read it: Raina is getting braces and is not looking forward to it. So at girls scout camp she asks her friends that have braces wha...
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Firelight (Amulet #7)

Firelight (Amulet #7)

By Kazu Kibuishi

4.6727 ratings76 reviews

  • necto
    necto55 stars
    Great series. Real strong and caring characters. Books take forever to come out but it is worth the wait. If you like fighting, suspense, and good character background. I would recommend this to you. Even If you don't like that kind of stuff. You would still love this series.
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Wonderstruck (Schneider Family Book Award - Middle School Winner)

Wonderstruck (Schneider Family Book Award - Middle School Winner)

By Brian Selznick

4.49104 ratings153 reviews

  • lizard4
    lizard455 stars
    The teacher read this book to us a long time ago. So much discription! I love it. 5 stars! I love how 2 stories are combined and simalar to each other! I like these kinds of books because they tell the stories in pictures and in words very discriptivly. Ben goes looking for his father but his mot...
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Positively Izzy

Positively Izzy

By Terri Libenson

56 ratings5 reviews

  • lnlp
    lnlp55 stars
    This was a good book. I read it quickly. Its written creatively. It was kinda funny I don’t regret reading it I suggest this book
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Invisible Emmie

Invisible Emmie

By Terri Libenson

4.5413 ratings11 reviews

  • chlooe
    chlooe44 stars
    Invisible Emmie is a book about a girl that really wants to be like THE girl. At school, she feels like she's invisible and wants her crush, Tyler Ross to notice her. When it's lunchtime and Emmie and her BFF, Bri, they both write gushy-mushy love letters about their crushes. After lunch, Emmie ...
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Brave

Brave

By Svetlana Chmakova

57 ratings3 reviews

  • bookstory13
    bookstory1355 stars
    Svetlana Chmakova has done it again! This graphic novel is an example of the basic middle school life. Jensen is prepared for anything-sunspots, earthquakes, even a zombie apocalypse! He's just an ordinary kid. He loves art club, hates math, dreams big dreams, and tries to get through school with...
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