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Kristy's Great Idea A Graphic Novel
by Raina Telgemeier

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My favorite character is Kristy because she came up with the idea to make a cool club and she is the president. My favorite part is when they introduce Stacy. Stacy babysat for Kristy's little brother which was sweet.

Undiscovered Country
by Scott Snyder

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It’s about 7 people who were sent to America to see what it is (America is closed to outsiders). When they get there, they get spotted by Americans, and have to run away. I liked the book because it was action packed.

Just Harriet
by Eland K. Arnold

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I loved this book because it is so fun and thrilling. My favorite part of this book was when Harriet found a key in a drawer in her Nanu’s (grandmother’s) shed and then had to figure out what it opened, while keeping it a secret from her Nanu. You will have to read the book to find out more. I recommend this book to people who like adventures.

El Deafo
by Cece Bell

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I enjoyed this book. This book was about about a girl who was deaf. The main character Cece, had glasses and became deaf when she was only 4 years old. I definitely would recommend this book to others because it is a good thing to learn about and see what people have to go through when deaf. For example, in the beginning Cece struggled with hearing her teacher and what she had to do in school. Luckily, Cece's doctor was able to get her another tool for her to hear called the Phonic Ear. This gave Cece an easier way to hear others more clearly, and to hear her teacher tell them what to do. In this book I learned that lots of people go through a struggling time when they are deaf, but try to make the best of it.

The Fabled Fifth Graders Of Aesop Elementary School
by Candace Fleming

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I liked The Fabled Fifth Graders of Aesop Elementary School because all the students in Mr. Jupiter’s were hilarious and Mr. Jupiter made fun happen in all of his lessons. The students were out of control but Mr. Jupiter didn’t really mind. My favorite chapter was when Ham controlled the weather.

Amelia Bedelia Goes Wild
by Herman Parish

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I think this book was funny that they kept a dead lizard in a fridge. My favorite part of this book was kind of the end where they see a monkey in a booster seat eating a banana. It was fun to read. I would recommend this book to my friends.

Click Graphic Novel
by Kayla Miller

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The girl tries to find a group to perform in the variety show.

I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter
by Erika Sanchez

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This YA Novel follows the narrative of teenage, Mexican-American Julia, who dreams of being a famous writer, but feels smothered by her poor town in Chicago, and her traditional parents. After the death of perfect, rule-abiding older sister Olga, Julia and her family are devastated. Not only that, but Julia always seems to find a way to prove she’s everything Olga wasn’t; she can’t seem to ever get along or live up to the expectations of her mother, she would rather read or write than attend overwhelming family gathering, and she plans on going to college elsewhere and fantasizes about seeing the world. But after finding a couple of strange things in Olga’s past belongings, she’s starts to realize there was more to her sister than the world knew, and she’s determined to prove it. This book was a funny, complex, and empowering story. I loved Julia’s narrative, and kept thinking about her, and many of the other characters long after I finished reading the book. At first, the book was a little difficult and didn’t exactly hook my interest, but as I kept reading, I was glad I did, because Julia’s world turned out to be a colorful and unique one. The way the author talked about Julia’s struggle trying to live up to family expectations, being a person of color, and battle with mental health is very well written, and gives much perspective, as well as being relatable to many. Julia’s love for poetry and literature is contagious through this book. This story takes the reader through so many emotions, struggles, and triumphs right along side the characters. Its powerful impact on the reader, portrayal of teen love, as well as representation of diversity makes it a must-read for all teens.

Tell Me Three Things
by Julie Buxbaum

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This is such a cute fun story that has you smiling with the character as you feel your re experiencing the whole thing alongside her. Jessie has just moved to Los Angeles and being the new student any friend is needed, even if that is an anonymous person who emailed her as SN. She slowly settles it, getting a job at the bookstore, and partnering up with a guy behind her for an English project. Things are better with SN's friendship, as Jessie has someone to talk to about her worries, her excitement, and honestly anything. I truly loved falling in love with the guys in this book and Jessie herself as I was hooked from the beginning and super content with the ending and the many cute moments throughout the book.

Diary Of A Wimpy Kid The Deep End
by Jeff Kinney

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I thought this book was really fun and funny. I liked it because I like how the family is always having a vacation that never goes right. They have to problem solve to make it better. And in the end, there was a little twist, but always ends with a laugh.