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How The King Of Elfhame Learned To Hate Stories
by Holly Black

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A fun installment to the Folk of the Air series, this book was a quick read. It was an intriguing view from a different perspective than of the trilogy, and highly entertaining backstory from one of the most adored and despised characters; Cardan, the High King of Elfhame. In addition to this, the book has exquisite illustrations by Rovina Cai. I found it really fun to see my favorite characters come to life. I also found it super interesting to learn the memories and events that build up one of the most layered and interesting characters. If you have read the folk of the air series, defiantly check out this irresistible new installment!

The babysitters club Jessie’s secret language
by Ann M Martin

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I gave this book 5 stars because it shows how Jessie had fun but also how to teach children sign language and not to make fun of other people.

Arthur in a pickle
by Marc Brown

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I liked this book because he says his dog ate his homework, but that is not actually true. Then his teacher says he's going to the principal's office tomorrow morning. I liked he had a pickle dream and the pickle police tried to catch him, but his sister, D.W., flew over with a pickle helicopter.

Shiloh
by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

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When Marty Preston comes across a young beagle in the hills behind his home, it's love at first sight—and also big trouble. It turns out the dog, which Marty names Shiloh, belongs to Judd Travers, who drinks too much and has a gun—and abuses his dogs. So when Shiloh runs away from Judd to Marty, Marty just has to hide him and protect him from Judd. But Marty's secret becomes too big for him to keep to himself, and it exposes his entire family to Judd's anger. How far will Marty have to go to make Shiloh his? I liked this book because it had a lot of action and after each chapter you wanted to read more.Shiloh is a action packed book that makes you want to keep reading. Marty Preston try’s to lie his way into keeping Judd Travers dog because he abuses him. All the lying he did came back to him, now Marty’s family is in danger because of Judd's anger. Judd has a drinking problem so he can’t contain his anger. Will Marty get to keep Shiloh?

Dogman And Cat Kid
by Dave Pilkey

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5 stars because Dogman and Cat Kid worked as a team to fight a Gyro man and robotic hot dogs. I learned how it’s important to be a team.

Ruin and Rising
by Leigh Bardugo

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I thought that Ruin and Rising was a very good ending to a very good series. It was a good, per say, return to your roots ending, with a couple of really compelling plot twists incorporated in as well. I enjoyed how the whole Morozova story wrapped up, and I really liked how the author made you look at all the different sides of the decisions the characters had to make and the process through which they made them. Overall, I thought this book was really good and a great conclusion to the series.

Always The Last To Know Kristan Higgins
by Kristian Higgans

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Through the first 100 pages, we see how such a broken family's life is falling apart. Marriage may not be easy for some and that is clearly observed through Barb and John Frost's marriage. Their children, Juliet and Sadie, are grown women and ever since giving birth to them, their relationship has been full or arguments and flaws. Their children were living their own individual lives with their family and friends when ever changed during John's stroke. Secrets were revealed and the parents' favorites came back to them. Barb's favorite was Juliet while John's favorite is Sadie and that is obvious through the way they interact with them and treat them. Towards the middle and the end of this compelling book, these two generations of women have to mend their issues and relationships by following which feels best for them. Although Sadie's future life was hard for her to depict and Barb's relationship with John was atrocious time by time and Juliet's panic attacks were becoming worse due to work complications, working together with their families and the ones that they love allowed for them to fix it. When the stroke first hit their family, they thought negatively, yet in all of this, their families grew close and their lives became okay. Unfortunately, John ended up dying but that is how life is.

A Man Called Ove
by Fredrik Backman

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A Man Called Ove was a very in-depth book, basically all character development of the main character, Ove. It really makes you think about how Ove's past experiences (the good and bad) all turn him into the person he is in the story. I enjoyed this aspect of the book, but it was also a real page turner that shows life in a different perspective. For all of these reasons, I really recommend this book.

The Hundred Dresses
by Eleanor Estes

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This was a good book for lots of girls to read. This book is about a girl named Wanda who says she has a hundred dresses and sixty pairs of shoes but wears the same dress and shoes everyday, and the other girls in school make fun of her. My favorite character was Maddie because she realizes what she has done wrong and wants to try to do better. I love the illustration and all the color on the cover. Book has a very good lesson about how you should treat people fairly even if they’re different. My favorite part in this book is when Maddie and Peg write a letter to Wanda asking her how she is doing in her new house.Read this book to see if she writes back or not.

The Time Machine
by Hg Wells

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This book was a great adventure. It makes you feel that the future could change from everyday actions that you do, and it is an action-packed tale that keeps you on the edge of your seat!