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By Curtis, Kenny, Hughes, Jillian
This kid-friendly collection of tales from Greek mythology showcases familiar favorites from the well-loved Greeking Out podcast as well as brand-new, never-before-aired stories. Join Persephone on her journey through the mystifying depths of the Underworld. Venture onwards with Heracles as he tackles his 12 death-defying labors. And join mythological figures you may not have heard of before, including scheming gods and goddesses, honorable—and not so honorable—heroes, and magnificent monsters.
By National Geographic Kids
Discover Earth’s strangest natural wonders, animals, festivals, ancient architecture, news, and more in this annual compendium of everything Weird But True! fans love ... and then some. Readers will journey across the seven continents, dive into the ocean, and even blast off into space to discover a whole wide world of weird.
By Benton-Walker, Terry J.
Welcome to the summer of the apocalypse. One 12-year-old boy leads the charge against the forces of evil as he tries to stop the Four Horsemen from taking over the world in the start to a wildly funny and addictive fantasy series about accepting yourself and finding your inner hero.
By National Geographic Kids
I really enjoyed this book, It makes what would usually be boring stuff, very fun! There are tons and tons of weird and unusual facts about your body, you probably never even knew! This is a good book to read if you like weird, silly, and VERY unusual things! Or.. if you just enjoy learning about the human body or just learning facts.
By Margaret Peterson Haddix
This book is an amazing realistic fiction book.It's all about how children who are illegal stand up for their freedom, and make friends on the way. I find it very interesting how the Government in this book thinks and how much of an impact one kid can make. To me it's an empowering an exciting novel that I could read all the time.
By E. B. White
Fern Arable, a young girl of about eight who has saved the pig, Wilbur, from her father, Mr. John Arable from killing Wilbur. Ever since, Fern has been fond of Wilbur, but when Wilbur was only one month old, the Arables sold Wilbur to Fern`s uncle, Mr. Homer L. Zuckerman. But the other animals that Wilbur has known and met doesn`t even want to play with him, and he only could do; talk with Templeton the rat. Until he met the spider which is named Charlotte. The ending is very sad; Charlotte dies, and she has laid 514 eggs of which three daughters which that Charlotte has laid; Joy, Aranea, and Nellie which has made Wilbur so happy. I would definitely recommend this book! - Happy Reading!
By Dr. Seuss
I love The Lorax book and the movie they are both very creative and special and wants to promote people to do the three r's, reduce, reuse, recycle.It also want's people to not chop down lots of trees and that when you throw away paper there is a way to recycle paper so that we wont have to chop down all the trees.I love that they don't show the Onceler's face because it could be anyone that is filled with greed and money.
By Nick Bruel
This book is really good because, of the illustrations. And one part I liked was when Bad Kitty was in Uncle Murray's house and had a dream of two Uncle Murray's having a war. The funniest part was when the kittens scared Bad Kitty in her litter. I recommend this book for people who like fantasy, and animals talking.