Featured Books & Reviews
By Tae Keller
When Lily and her family move in with her sick grandmother, a magical tiger straight out of her halmoni's Korean folktales arrives. The tiger offers Lily a deal: if Lily will open her grandmother's star jars and return what she stole, the tiger will heal her grandmother. But deals with tigers are never what they seem ...
Big Book of W.O.W.: Astounding Animals, Bizarre Phenomena, Sensational Space, and More Wonders of Our World
By Silen, Andrea, Hargrave, Kelly
Embrace your inner adventurer as you explore the most incredible and inspiring wonders of our world. Roam through the breathtaking sand dunes in Namibia’s Namib Desert. Marvel at Mexico’s axolotl, an animal that can regrow almost any body part. Plunge into a mysterious underwater forest in Kazakhstan. Open your mind to far-off wonders in space, the oceans, and time travel to the ancient wonders of the world.
By Ann Matthews Martin
I just recently started and finished this book, and I LOVED it! It`s about the girl named Claudia Kishi, an babysitter, first heard the news about "Phantom Calls" and became really scared and creeped out, but until the boy that BSC totally hates, Alan Gray, who always being mean to the girls in BSC, was "Phantom" but not real, has really stalking Claudia, about the Halloween dance party and Claudia`s crush, Trevor Sandbornue *sorry if I spelt his last name wrongly* has not asked her out to the dance until in the ending. I`ve been enjoying this book so far because it`s little bit funny! But I just love how this book involving exciting suspense, mystery, friendship, and even more importantly, teamwork. @techfashion0315, thanks for book series recommendation! I would be sure to read even more in BSC series! My favorite girl in BSC is Claudia Kishi...!
By K.A. Holt
This book was touching. I loved every bit of it. It is about a 12 year old boy named Timothy who is under house arrest. From his point of view, we learn that what we are reading is his journal, given to him by the judge to write in. As we read Timothy's journal, we learn the hardships his family is going through, such as his brother, Levi, having a messed up trachea (a large membranous tube reinforced by rings of cartilage, extending from the larynx to the bronchial tubes and conveying air to and from the lungs; the windpipe). Through awful nurses, divorce problems, and controlling himself, we join Timothy on the wild ride of trying to help Levi while under house arrest. This book had parts where I started to tear up, and yet there were still parts that made me smile. I highly recommend House Arrest.
By Adam Silvera
I love this book so much. Pride stories just hit different. This book is so touching and so sad at the same time. Even though the title sort of spoils the story, the whole time reading it I had hope that they would live. Maybe they do, maybe they don't. I'm not going to spoil is for you, go read it!!
By Roald Dahl
Matilda is amazing! I have a lot of memories with Matilda, because I was in the play! I think Matilda is very inspiring because it shows you don't need to be big to be brave. Matilda shows this by standing up to her awful parents and the evil headmistress. Her teacher, Miss Honey, is a wonderful person and the only person who truly understand Matilda's incredible smarts. This story is amazing, I highly recommend it for younger readers.
By E. D Baker
14 years old girl named Princess Emeralda, nicknamed Emma has met an frog who is actually prince himself, his name is Prince Eadric (pretty unusual name for me) Eadric is under the spell by the evil witch, Vannabe, and then when Emma kissed Eadric, she too became an frog, but Emma got to know how the frogs surive throughout being as a well er frog. But this book has inculded an little bit of comedy, teamwork...and this book also teach the readers not to judge others about how they looks like...I`m not going to lie, this book is pretty GOOD! I would def recommend this book!