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Cover ArtHarry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
by Rowling, J. K.
This was a great book. Even though it was really long, I think that it was one of the best Harry Potter books. I loved it so much I'm reading it for the 13th time already!   posted May 9, 2006 at 11:08AM

Cover ArtAll that glitters
by Willard, Eliza
From daycare play rehearsals to Movie openings Their life is sweet! What about being 16? Oh, will you find out!! Read All That Glitters!! [Series: Mary-Kate and Ashley Sweet 16 #9]   posted Jul 2, 2004 at 4:47PM

Cover ArtEarly Sunday morning: the Pearl Harbor diary of Amber Billows
by Denenberg, Barry
I thought this book was great! I checked it out and read it in 2 hours. I thought that it would be boring because it was a diary but I was wrong.   posted May 9, 2006 at 11:08AM

Cover ArtJunie B., first grader (at last!)
by Park, Barbara
I liked Junie B., First Grader because when she goes into first grade, she finds out she needs glasses. There is also a girl in her class, May, who is a show off. Junie B. hates her. I think this is a fun book to read.   posted May 9, 2006 at 11:08AM

Cover ArtThe austere academy
by Snicket, Lemony
The Austere Acadamy is a great book. My favorite part is when Vice Principal Nero makes Sunny his secretary because she is too young to go to school. I also like the way Sunny talks. She has her own language. [Series: A Series of Unfortunate Events #5]   posted May 9, 2006 at 11:08AM

Cover ArtThe bad beginning
by Snicket, Lemony
It was a really great book and I would definley reconmend it. Even though It isn't the most exciting and most happy book ever, it grabs you and it's one of my favorite books. Lemony Snicket does a great great job writing his books. He is a favorite author of mine and I think that he's great. [Series: A Series of Unfortunate Events #1]   posted Aug 14, 2004 at 3:25PM

Cover ArtThe bad beginning
by Snicket, Lemony
I thought this was a great book. Even though the Baudelaire sibling's mother and father died and their life after that was misfortunous, they always find a way out of their problems with Count Olaf.   posted May 9, 2006 at 11:08AM

Cover ArtAvalon: the return of King Arthur
by Lawhead, Steve
It's a great book I will sugest it to anybody that likes to read about magic   posted May 9, 2006 at 11:08AM

Cover ArtLove from your friend, Hannah: a novel
by Skolsky, Mindy Warshaw
This is a story about a girl named Hannah who has a friend that moves away and they try to be pen pals.The problem is her friend never writes back. So,her teacher assigns her a pen pal, a boy.She doesn`t want to write the boy but instead decides to write the president of the United States,President Roosevelt.He writes her back! My favorite part of the book was reading their letters. Their secret club names were really funny.   posted Jun 1, 2004 at 8:33PM

Cover ArtPoppy
by Avi, 1937-
It was exellant!! It was very good! I want to read more of Avis books! They are just wounderful! [Series: Tales from Dimwood Forest]   posted May 9, 2006 at 11:08AM

Cover ArtNatalie's secret
by Morgan, Melissa J.
This is a really good series. The whole series talks about girls who go to this camp called Camp Lakeview. There are girls that have gone to this camp before and then there are girls that are knew. They all have problems and thats what the books really talk about how they solve them.   posted Mar 13, 2006 at 3:30PM

Cover ArtGo ask Alice.
by Sparks, Beatrice
I think that this book is the best book that could ever be writin. It has changed my whole life on how drugs are used and it has made me relize that I can do so much better with my life. I think that any one and every one should read it and you'll find out just how i did that people can do so much better with out drugs in here life.   posted Apr 9, 2004

Cover ArtWalk two moons
by Creech, Sharon
A little bit of everything- Mystery, romance, friendship, etc. I highly reccomend this book to anyone looking for a real-life story.   posted Jun 20, 2005

Cover ArtThe fellowship of the ring
by Tolkien, J. R. R. 1892-1973
I Absolutely loved this book. I was so impressed by the author's use of descriptive language. I could feel everything that he described. His words painted a very vivid picture in my mind of all that he wrote about. The dark and scary mines of moria, the bright and cheerful lands of rivendell and lothlorien.   posted Apr 9, 2004

Cover ArtLady knight
by Pierce, Tamora
I thought this book was very good. I love all of Tamora Pierce's books, but I thought that this book was even better then the others. She can describe things in great detail, and her words turn into pictures in my head. This book is the last book in the protector of the small series, and concludes the quartet marvoulously. In this book Keldery(the main character) has to command a refugee camp in the middle of a war-zone. She takes the post seriously and is determined to rescue the refugees when they are taken by the enemy. The ending is not quite what you would expect. If you love books with magic, or books about knights, you will love this book as much as I do. [Series: Protector of the Small]   posted Apr 9, 2004

Cover ArtAll-American girl
by Cabot, Meg
I love this book! It's about this girl, Sam, who lives in Washington D.C. and she saves the life of the president. In chapters 6 and 7 you cannot stop reading!!   posted Dec 5, 2004


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