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Fair Weather, by Richard Peck
Genre: Fiction

Fair Weather is a very good book in our opinion. The events were good, but some were boring. When Mrs.O'Shay and Bridget, the maid, left, we didn't think that was very interesting. The book was off to a pretty slow start so we didn't like that very much. The best part of the book in our opinion was the The Worst Day of Aunt Euterpe's Life Pt. 1&2 and The Greatest Day of Grandad's Life Pt. 1&2. It gets exciting, but we didn't like boring parts.
Rating: none
Reviewed by Ms. Hoeft's HR , age 11, from Cy-Fair on Mon. Mar 18, 2013

Calvin Coconut: Hero of Hawaii, by Graham Salisbury
Genre: Fiction

This book is about how people in Hawaii are going through a very rough hurricane then Calvin and his friend willy get into some big trouble they go to the beach during a hurricane and it's flooding then something happens and Willy get's pulled into the water and it is up to Calvin Coconut to fix it! Then there is a whole in the ceiling where water keeps dripping Oh No! It's crazy! Mom is going crazy first there's Darci ( Calvin's younger sister) birthday party it has to get canceled! It is going to be one very bumpy ride read to find out who saves Willy!!!
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Reviewed by Shamaim , age 11, from Tomball on Wed. Mar 13, 2013

Wonderstruck, by Brian Selznick
Genre: Fiction

Wonderstruck is a great book to read!! It's a little confusing because of the pictures, but they really tell the story. It tells the story of a character in the book which I won't reveal. You really should read it!!
Rating: none
Reviewed by Adam , age 11, from Baldwin Boettcher on Wed. Mar 6, 2013

Wonderstuck, by Brian Selznick
Genre: Fiction

Wonderstruck is a great book to read!! It's a little confusing because of the pictures, but they really tell the story. It tells the story of a character in the book which I won't reveal.
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Reviewed by a customer on Wed. Mar 6, 2013

Wonderstruck, by Brian Selznick
Genre: Fiction

Wonderstruck was a FANTASTIC book, as well as the illustrations. The illustrations really tell you the book's story, but it mainly tells you Jamie's grandmother's story when she was younger. Jamie's current life in the book is told further toward the end. Read Wonderstruck to find the rest of this mind-twisting story!!!
Rating: none
Reviewed by Adam , age 11, from Baldwin Boettcher on Wed. Feb 27, 2013

Wonderstruck, by Brian Selznick
Genre: Fiction

This is one of the best books I have ever read. It has a lot of mystery.
Rating: none
Reviewed by Victoria from Barbara Bush on Wed. Feb 27, 2013

Because of Winn Dixie, by Kate DiCamillo
Genre: Fiction

This book takes you on a loving adoring story about how a young girl becomes best friends with her beautiful dog named Winn Dixie. It is pretty clever how she comes up with a name like that but you'll be surprised how she does.=} Will her only parent let her keep the lovely loving creature or not? You'll have to read to find out.
Rating: none
Reviewed by Alexis , age 11, from South Houston on Thu. Jul 12, 2012

Green Shamrocks, by Eve Bunting
Genre: Picture Book

It was ok.
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Reviewed by a customer on Thu. Jun 23, 2011

Come With Me on Hallowen, by Linda Hoffman Kimball
Genre: Picture Book

It was all right.
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Reviewed by a customer on Thu. Jun 23, 2011

Fasting and Dates, by Jonny Zucker
Genre: Picture Book

It was ok.
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Reviewed by a customer on Thu. Jun 23, 2011

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