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By National Geographic Kids
Combine the beloved, super-powered Disney brand with Nat Geo Kids’ most popular book series Weird But True! and you have a magical, whimsical fan-favorite book. This delightful addition to National Geographic Kids' best-selling Weird But True! series uncovers surprising secrets and mind-boggling facts behind your favorite Disney movies, TV shows, park attractions, and more! Packed with 300 awesome facts and loads of cool pictures, this fun-filled book is perfect for fans of Disney, National Geographic, Weird But True!, and all things wacky, weird, and wonderful!
By Deibert, Amanda
Rocket and Groot are living their best lives touring the galaxy for the very best deep-dish pizza in the universe. Just as Rocket is about to bite down on a gooey slice of pizza with extra trash, an alert pops up on his bounty tracker: Star-Lord has been kidnapped and is being held for ransom! Rocket and Groot immediately drop their 'za and jump into ...
By Clark, Zack Loran, Eliopulos, Nick
Scary stories are often told around a campfire, preferably with some s’mores. But what happens when that story you tell to scare your friends turns into a real issue? New Rotterdam, an eerie place well known for its monster legends (it even has its own wiki!) is no place to grow up. Emrys, a young boy who happens to enjoy various items of the horror variety, absolutely loves this place. He is an admin on New Rotterdam’s wiki, helping upkeep the many articles of the fabled monsters of the town. When he and his friends, Hazel and Serena, run into a talking book that used to be their neighbor (Yes, talking book. You read that right.) they learn that maybe the legends aren’t so fun and games after all… They’re very real. The End is here, and it’s hungry. Lock your doors. Not big into horror, but while I don’t recommend reading this before bed, the plot line was very good. It keeps you tied in and ready for the next book in the series. I would recommend to any Horror enjoyer.
By J.R.R. Tolkien
Title: The lord of the rings. Author: J.R.R Tolkien. Genre: Fantasy. I finished this book last august and cannot express how much I loved it. Frodo learns that the ring he posseses is the ruling ring and with eight others leaves his home and goes on a periolous journey across Middle-earth to destroy it. They encounter battles, Friends and other enemies before the task is completed. I reccomend this book to 6th grade and up. YOU MUST READ THIS MORE THAN ONE TIME
By Thanhha Lai
I just finished reading this book called Inside Out and Back Again. I really liked this book. I would rate this book a 3, just right. It had a few words I didn't know, and i had to re-read a few times. I would recommend this book for grades 4 to 6, just right for me. This is about a girl who moves to a new home and is bullied by some of the kids in her class because of who she is and what she looks like. If you like those kinds of books, this is the book for you. I really recommend this book.
By Thanhha Lai
THIS BOOK WAS SO GOOD. It is about this little girl named Ha, and her life. First, it talks about her life in Vietnam. The book is in poem form, and the poems are beautiful. They really get all of the details, even in the most vivid scenes. Next, it talks about her life on sea, after the place where she lived got bombed. Then it talks about her life in the U.S., and all of the bad, and good things that happened. This book was beautiful, and even a little bit educational. But I would recommend it for 9+ for sensitive content. It is DEFINITELY a must read.
By Pseudonymous Bosch
This book is really good! On the challenging scale, I would rate it a 3 - just right! This book is basically about how Cass eats Mr Hugo’s chocolate, and then goes into the past. She finds the Jester and does a bunch of stuff to prepare her to go back to the future. She makes sure the Jester and Anastasia leave her a box with the Secret in it. They do, but then the hieroglyphics rapidly turn to dust! What is Cass going to do? The author leaves us with a terrible cliffhanger! What is going to happen? Find out in the next book… yup, I’m also advertising - just kidding! I would recommend this book to 3rd to 7th graders.