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The Tale Of Despereaux
by Kate Dicamillo

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I like how Despereaux had a sowing needle for a sword. I would like to know why no rats chewed through the red thread. I thought it was funny that Despereaux drank soup

dog man
by Dav Pilkey

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Peaty claims custody of little peaty and dog man becomes sad that he's gone. so dog man try's to convince peaty to switch with little peaty.

Dewdrop
by Kate O'Neill

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It was a very sweet book. Dewdrop helped all of her friends because they doubted they could do things other creatures could.

When You Trap A Tiger
by Tae Keller

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I gave this book 5 stars because it showed that lily wanted to help her grandma but she still had to go though hard times even when her grandmother was sick but she made new friends when her grandma died

I survived the children's blizzard, 1888
by Lauren Tarshis I Survived Series

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The book was about a kid named John that just moved to the new Dakota territory with his family. Their life was not easy. The winters were very cold and the summers was blazing hot. On January 12, 1888 at 10am one of the most massive blizzards that they have ever seen hit their small town. To survive, John and his friends had to hide in a haystack to keep warm. I liked the story because the boys were very resourceful and brave.

u.s. women's national soccer team
by J.E. skinner

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I liked this book because I love soccer and I love that soccer team. I also liked this book because in parts of the book they talked about diversity and how boys get payed a bunch more then how girls get payed those are a few reasons why I liked this book

The Bears On Hemlock Mountain
by Alice Dalgliesh

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Johnathan is a brave boy who crosses a mountain full of bears. He needs to cross the mountain to get to his aunt’s house to get her big iron pot so that his mother can cook a stew for all his family. The lesson is that things aren’t always as they seem and that you should be brave all the time even when it seems like it’s not necessary. My favorite part was when his dad comes to save him from the bears because it shows how much a dad loves his son. I recommend the book to everyone who likes an adventure story.

The Lost Hero
by Rick Riordan

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A relatively good book that was very action-packed. There were a lot of events crammed into a small time space, so sometimes confusing, but overall, exciting to read.

Rainbow Magic: Inky the Indigo Fairy
by Daisy Meadows

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I like this book. This book is about a fairy named Inky that has six sisters who Jack Frost has put in different spots in Fairyland. The sisters are called the Rainbow Sisters, so they need to find each other and get back to Fairyland, so that Fairyland does not turn gray. You have to read the book to find out if Inky comes back with her sisters, so that Fairyland does not turn gray.

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!