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The Giant Diamond Robbery
by Geronimo Stilton Books

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This book was good because Geronimo got the diamond trophy for playing golf. He was good at golf. There was also a mystery. A girl, Sally, was trying to get Geronimo to do funny things in golf to steal the trophy. It was funny and he solved the case.

Ivy And Bean Book 9
by Annie Barrows

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So far, this is my favorite book of the series because it shows how they make a camp and I want to do that for myself. I really felt a connection to this book.

Big Nate Lives It Up
by Lincoln Peirce

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I thought this was a family friendly book. It was also very funny.

Winter’s no time to sleep!
by Poppy Green

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This was a better book than I expected. I loved reading about winter time while it is summer here. I loved reading about all of the fun activities to do in the winter

Out Of My Mind
by Sharon Draper

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This book was very interesting it was about a girl who couldn’t talk or walk and her journey in 5 grade

Ivy And Bean Book 4
by Annie Barrows

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I like this book because it had mystery and a lot of imagination. It shows what a little friendship can do.

The Kingdom Of Wrenly-Witch's Curse
by Jordan Quinn

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I thought this is an amazing book. This book has mystery and the magic of two best friends.

Junie B Jones And Some Sneaky Peeky Spying
by Barbara Park

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My favorite part is when she was in the grocery store when she saw her teacher in the vegetable department and she was spying on her. I recommend it for anyone who enjoys reading Junie b Jones.

Lunch Lady And The Cyborg Substitute
by Jarrett J. Krosoczka

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Book is great for everyone because it’s so funny. My favorite part was when they found out that the substitute teacher was actually a cyborg and not a human, who was trying to get rid of teachers so that the science teacher, Mr. Edison his creator, could become teacher of the year. The Lunch lady defeats the cyborg and sends Mr. Edison to jail.

The Hunger Games Book 1
by Suzanne Collins

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If you like reading dystopian sci-fi books, then the Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins may interest you. It combines dystopian, mystery, drama, and action genres all into one. The book takes place in Panem, a nation that rose from the ashes of North America. In this nation, there are 13 districts and one capital. Each year as punishment to the districts, the Capital hosts the Hunger Games. The Hunger Games is a competition where in each district, 1 child will be picked from a lottery to participate. Whoever is the last survivor wins. The main character in this book is Katniss Everdeen, a 16-year-old girl who lives with her mother and sister, Primrose, in District 12, the poorest district. But one day, while they are picking out the names of people to fight, by chance, Primrose, Katniss' sister, is picked. Since Katniss does not want Primrose to fight and possibly die, she steps up, and decided she must fight in the Hunger Games. Now, I can't spoil the book, but I really loved it, and I would recommend this book along with the whole Hunger Games Series. Just know that there is fair amount of violence, since kids are killing kids, so if you aren't the type of person who likes that, you might want to look at some other books. Otherwise it is a great book!

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