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Always Never Yours
by Emily Wibberley

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A fun, fictional teen story with a Shakespearean flair.

The Summons By John Grisham
by John Grisham

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I could not put this book down! The ending felt abrupt but otherwise I enjoyed this book.

Animal Farm By George Orwell
by George Orwell

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I’m always amazed when a book written years ago is still relevant in today’s world. I felt this with The Handmaid’s Tale, Fahrenheit 451 (even though we haven’t resorted to burning books we have pretty much gotten the younger generation to stop reading them) and I think Animal Farm, might never have been more relevant, than it is today. I loved the political satire and the representation of humans by the animals.

by Penelope York

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This was a really good book about bugs and insects. Much more interesting than most we have read. Great pictures with short informative facts. Activities at the end were fun but would have been better to be spaced in between the reading pages to help kids re-engage and not get bored. My son is 5 and we broke the book up into two 20 minute reading sessions throughout the day. We learned a lot of fun facts. I think the book is suited for K-3!

Pete the cat’s got class
by James Dean Pete The Cat

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We always love Pete the cat books! This one encourages kids to help their friends with learning and teaches that learning can be fun and everyone learns differently.

Off To Kindergarten
by Tony Johnston

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Book was cute. Loved the rhyming words, kept my son interested and it was a going to kindergarten book that was not as serious but funny, so my son didn’t resist it (he does not want to go to kindergarten).

Masters Of Spinjitzu
by Tracey West

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Fun and exciting to read! Recommended for kids that are interested in action!

The Sun Also Rises
by Earnest Hemmingway Books

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This was one of Hemingway’s fun books to read. Details about the life in Spain and what he did when he was there. I always enjoy reading Hemingway because of his style of writing.

by Stephanie Garber

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Interesting world created by author. Definitely had you on your toes. Would recommend it for an older young adult as there are some darker concepts.

The Better Liar
by Tanen Jones

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3.5 stars. Was a great beginning and then a little slow for me.

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