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Ice Dogs

Ice Dogs

By Terry Lynn Johnson

51 ratings4 reviews

  • gymnastics101
    this book is so amazing and incredible i have sled dogs but this is sad and good so everyone that is a kid read it i suggest it to people that like sled dogs or dogs
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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Book 1)

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Book 1)

By J.K. Rowling

4.771186 ratings1838 reviews

  • neoncat
    neoncat55 stars
    INCORRECT. So far, there is only one three headed dog Hagrid named Fluffy which was guarding the trap door that led down to the series of enchantments protecting the Stone. The Elixir of Life from the Sorcerer's Stone was keeping Nicholas Flamel and his wife alive. When they destroyed the stone,...
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Al Capone Does My Shirts (Tales from Alcatraz)

Al Capone Does My Shirts (Tales from Alcatraz)

By Gennifer Choldenko

4.1748 ratings60 reviews

  • hannajuku
    hannajuku55 stars
    "Al Capone Does My Shirts" is a unique story about a twelve year old boy named Moose Flanagan. His family moves to the island of Alcatraz - where the nation's most dangerous criminals are kept - because his father got a job there as an electrician. Moose's older sister, Natalie, who is severely a...
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Threads

Threads

By Ami Polonsky

4.52 ratings3 reviews

  • applemango
    applemango44 stars
    This is about a girl Yuming and she was kidnapped in a pink factory in Beijing and she slips a note into a purse that is sent off to america....Meanwhile while Clara is running away from her friend and finding a note in one of the purses, Yuming's note she convinces her parents to go to Bejing to...
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Alamo All-Stars (Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales #6)

Alamo All-Stars (Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales #6)

By Nathan Hale

51 ratings5 reviews

  • the human
    the human
    I just finished this book and it was great! It was a bit confusing at first, so don't try to skim over it until 4 or 5 chapters in. It was a great book, you should definitely read it!
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The Watsons Go To Birmingham - 1963

The Watsons Go To Birmingham - 1963

By Christopher Paul Curtis

4.4937 ratings57 reviews

  • eggcritic
    eggcritic33 stars
    I was assigned The Watsons Go to Birmingham--1963 for reading, and upon finishing, I became no better or worse than I was before. It is neither bad or good. Or, it can be simply described as "above mediocre." This is a good novel with good lessons and such, but it's not something I would pick up ...
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Because Of Winn-Dixie

Because Of Winn-Dixie

By Kate DiCamillo

4.63233 ratings271 reviews

  • kaleb mills
    kaleb mills
    I think this book is sad.The book is sad because Opal lost her mom and don't know anything about her,until Opal's dad told her. Opal about her dad.Opal found a dog in the store named Winn Dixie.So Opal named the dog Winn Dixie, because dog was in the store Winn Dixie. Winn Dixie the dog helped Op...
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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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One for Sorrow: A Ghost Story

One for Sorrow: A Ghost Story

By Mary Downing Hahn

4.754 ratings9 reviews

  • tacosforlife
    tacosforlife55 stars
    A young girl named Annie B. moves into a new town and goes to a school with only girls during World War I .Elsie claims her friendship between them and Annie finds the truth about her.Elsie is a liar, a traitor,and a German.Annie bullies Elsie along with other girls and soon, they find Elsie dea...
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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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