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By Malorie Blackman
Love Hurts is a really interesting book, it is a collection of short love stories from different authors. I think the author did a really great job on showing all sorts of love, there are times when love makes you smile, but there are also times when your love is the one who hurts you the most. Even though sometimes love hurts, you should never give up on love. One of my favorite story from this collection is "GentleWoman" by Laura Dockrill. This story not only shows love, it also presented believing in yourself and having confidence! I also think that there are some really inspiring quotes in this book, one of them is "Why is everyone so brainwashed into believing that they have to be in a relationship with one other person?" You don't have to be with someone else in order to be happy, being single doesn't mean you're alone! Another great quote is "Sometimes love needed a lift from its guardian angels, to get its feet off the ground. But once it made its first early beats toward flight, it had to be trusted to take wing on its own and soar past the highest conceivable heights, into the heavens-and beyond." This quote describes love relationships really well and in a extremely beautiful way. Overall, I think this is a really inspiring and amazing book, I would definitely recommend it for everyone, especially for those who has ever loved and lost.
Sea Horse (Saddle Club(R))
By Bonnie Bryant
Lisa Atwood, Stevie Lake and Carol Hanson are not spending Christmas this year. Lisa Atwood and her family are going to the Carabbien Island. But Lisa fell of of her horse the first day she went to the Island! Hope you enjoy!
Pride and Prejudice (Saddleback Classics)
By Jane Austen
Good Story. Very long and confusing.
Plants vs. Zombies Volume 1: Lawnmageddon
By Paul Tobin
This was suprising. I thought they would make a movie, but this is better! From the famous franchise "Plants vs Zombies" by Popcap and EA, this is a well drawn book. Although they introduced new characters, like Nate Timley, they really put them together well like Peanutbutter and Jelly. This was funny and interesting, a new twist to the game.
Friday The 13th #1: Church of The Divine Psychopath
By Scott Phillips
i am totally a Jason fan myself the best 1 cause have all the Jason movies and books thats how
Nic Bishop Snakes
By Nic Bishop
This is a wonderful book about snakes and why you shouldn't be afraid of them and their cool other sense that all snakes have and one only pit vipers have.
If You Give a Pig a Pancake
By Laura Numeroff
In Laura's Books,a pig likes to ask a girl for food. The girl is also caring for the pig and she is also friendly to the pig. I think the pig is generic,funny,cute and playful. The girl is lovely and cares for all animals.But the pig all was takes a long bath . You should read this book because it is an amazing book.I love this book because it is a funny book.This book is my favorite book .
Running Out of Time
By Margaret Peterson Haddix
Jessie, a fourteen y/o girl has lived in Clifton, Indiana almost her entire life. When children start getting horribly sick from a disease called diphtheria. Jessie's ma tells her that it IS NOT the year 1840 it is actually the year 1990!! Jessies ma and pa had moved to a historical preserve when she and her sister where very young and have lived there since with other families. Now with the other children being so terribly sick and the medicine supply has stopped it's up to Jessie to secretly leave Clifton and find a man her Ma knew and trust to send help... Before it is to late. I loved this book! I look forward to reading part 2. Very suspenseful and exciting and dangerous through out the entire book. He ever a dull moment. Thanks for reading -Ajg16's reviews
Listen to My Trumpet! (An Elephant and Piggie Book)
By Mo Willems
I like it becaus the sounds and the auther. I LOVE! it they are kid friendily and they are kind. They act good and the eiephant and piggie are really really nice.
Kid Activists: True Tales of Childhood from Champions of Change (Kid Legends)
By Robin Stevenson
People often say: “You’re just a kid, you can’t do anything”. Well, some kids like Ruby Bridges, did do something! She faced crowds that said that black kids can’t go to white schools. But she went to the school anyway! Or Rosa Parks, who refused to move to a different seat so a white passenger could sit. This book tells the true childhood stories of kid activists. Such stories like Helen Keller, the blind and deaf girl who stood up for disabled people. Frederick Douglass taught escaped slaves; Harvey Milk thought everyone should be treated equal, Iqbal Masih fought to end child slavery, while being a slave himself. And Malala Yousafzai thought that everyone should have education. After all, in order to become an adult, you must be a kid. So ignore those people that say kids can’t do anything and go out there and do something! This book was seriously good, and I couldn’t put it down. I’m going to go see if my library has the rest of the series because it was so good.