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The Wonderful Yet Incomplete List of Every Awesome Book Ever
This is a list of any book that's worth reading. If it's a manga or nonfiction, it had better be pretty good, because I've only put a couple of those on this list. Please comment so I can add more and help everyone understand the awesomeness of reading!!   Print this list Print this list
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Cover Art: Halo /
Halo
Adornetto, Alexandra
Teen Fiction ADORNET
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Cover Art: The Arabian nights, or, Tales told by Sheherezade during a thousand nights and o
The Arabian nights, or, Tales told by Sheherezade during a thousand nights and o
Alderson, Brian.
If you can find an original of this, not as processed as these, I would read that, but this was all I could find on the library site.
Children's Nonfiction BookPZ8.A36Ar 1995
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Cover Art: Bad girls don't die /
Bad girls don't die
Alender, Katie
A ghost possessing a little girl, a freaky doll, a haunted house. This book would be just like ten million others if it wasn't so dang scary.
Teen Fiction ALENDER
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Cover Art: Thirteen reasons why [sound recording] : [a novel] /
Thirteen reasons why [sound recording] : [a novel]
Asher, Jay, 1975-
They actually have the book version of this in the library, but not in the list for this thing. It's a little weird. I should warn you, this book is PG13. But it's worth reading in a sad sort of way.
Teen Fiction ASHER
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Cover Art: The case of the case of mistaken identity /
The case of the case of mistaken identity
Barnett, Mac
This book eases you into the weird world of the story without a jolt. Plus, there's ninja librarians. That has to count for something.
Children's Fiction BARNETT
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Cover Art: The wonderful Wizard of Oz /
The wonderful Wizard of Oz
Baum, L. Frank 1856-1919
Read it! And then read it again! And see the movie! I cannot stress this enough!
Children's Fiction BAUM
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Cover Art: Hot lunch /
Hot lunch
Bradley, Alex.
Kids rule! Freaky psyco lunch ladies drool! Okay, most lunch ladies are fine once you get to know them, but sometimes they're not. Like this time.
Teen Fiction BRADLEY
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Cover Art: The sweetness at the bottom of the pie /
The sweetness at the bottom of the pie
Bradley, C. Alan, 1938-
A pretty good mystery, even if the title makes no sense.
Adult Fiction BRADLEY
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Cover Art: How they croaked : the awful ends of the awfully famous /
How they croaked : the awful ends of the awfully famous
Bragg, Georgia
It's a set of full accounts of how a lot of old famous people died. Assuming I haven't just put you off by that sentence, I'm going to go ahead and say this is a great book.
Children's Nonfiction Book920 B 2011
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Cover Art: Beauty queens /
Beauty queens
Bray, Libba.
Oh my gosh, this is my favorite novel ever. Hands down. I warn you though, you have to be openminded to read it. But it's so awesome. Look closely at the cover, and you'll see that the things strapped across her chest are lipstick.
Teen Fiction BRAY
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Cover Art: Fake boyfriend /
Fake boyfriend
Brian, Kate, 1974-
Teen Fiction BRIAN
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Cover Art: How to be popular /
How to be popular
Cabot, Meg
Most of Meg Cabot's books I can blow through in a day, but that doesn't stop me from picking them up. This one has just enough individualism to give it a spot on this list.
Teen Fiction CABOT
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Cover Art: The Dark Hills divide /
The Dark Hills divide
Carman, Patrick.
A fantasy dystopia, which you don't see much nowadays. But the twists and turns of this series should keep you going for a while.
Children's Fiction CARMAN
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Cover Art: Alice in Wonderland /
Alice in Wonderland
Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898
No, it isn't enough to see the Disney movie. You really should read the book, and the sequel, Through The Looking Glass And What Alice Found There.
Children's Fiction CARROLL
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Cover Art: Silent spring /
Silent spring
Carson, Rachel, 1907-1964
Basically, this book is a truckload of propaganda about how we're killing all of the earth with pesticides. But if you can slog through the tedious language, it's worth reading.
Adult Fiction 632.9 C
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Cover Art: And then there were none /
And then there were none
Christie, Agatha, 1890-1976
The best book from The Queen of Crime! I swear, you won't be able to tell who did it. I swear. It's a little hard to get into at first, but it's so worth it.
Adult Fiction CHRISTIE
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Cover Art: Dear Mr. Henshaw /
Dear Mr. Henshaw
Cleary, Beverly
A student writes letters to his favorite author. We never see the author's letters, but this is a very good book.
Children's Fiction CLEARY
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Cover Art: A week in the woods /
A week in the woods
Clements, Andrew, 1949-
I really like survival stories, so this may just be me, but Andrew Clements is also a great author.
Children's Fiction CLEMENT
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Cover Art: Frindle /
Frindle
Clements, Andrew, 1949-
Children's Fiction CLEMENT
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Cover Art: The steps /
The steps
Cohn, Rachel.
Children's Fiction COHN
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Cover Art: Artemis Fowl /
Artemis Fowl
Colfer, Eoin.
Pardon me, but to quote another book-list-maker on this site: "...but dang it, Artemis Fowl is too awesome to be ignored." I salute you.
Teen Fiction COLFER
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Cover Art: The Hunger Games /
The Hunger Games
Collins, Suzanne
Yes, I know, but if you haven't read this, you really should. Unless it makes you sick AS YOU ARE READING IT. On the Teenlinks page under the forum, there's a really good argument for reading this book.
Teen Fiction COLLINS
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Cover Art: Matched /
Matched
Condie, Allyson Braithwaite
I know it's on just about every other list on this site, and I thought it was going be yet other stupid love-V (I'd call it a love triangle, but the boys don't like each other), but it's better than I thought it would be. Deeper, too.
Teen Fiction CONDIE
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Cover Art: Matilda /
Matilda
Dahl, Roald
Pretty much any Roald Dahl book deserves a place on this list, but this one is my all-time favorite. It's just so satisfying.
Children's Fiction DAHL
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Cover Art: The BFG /
The BFG
Dahl, Roald
BFG stands for Big Friendly Giant, and I must say, this is a great British book. Those illustrations don't hurt either.
Children's Fiction DAHL
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Cover Art: The witches /
The witches
Dahl, Roald
Did you know that witches are everywhere? And they like to turn people into mice? Man, you're probably drowning in Roald Dahl by now. I need to stop.
Children's Fiction DAHL
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Cover Art: The maze runner /
The maze runner
Dashner, James, 1972-
A postapocalyptic story with two sequels and a prequel. Read these at your own risk, because they are truly the darkest, most violent books I have yet encountered.
Teen Fiction DASHNER
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Cover Art: My invisible boyfriend /
My invisible boyfriend
Day, Susie 1975-
One of the better 'made-up boyfriend' teen novels out there.
Teen Fiction DAY
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Cover Art: Because of Winn-Dixie /
Because of Winn-Dixie
DiCamillo, Kate
A girl and her dog...and a changing world because of Winn-Dixie. A great classic.
Children's Fiction DICAMIL
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Cover Art: Dark life /
Dark life
Falls, Kat.
What if we lived underwater?
Children's Fiction FALLS
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Cover Art: Bewitching /
Bewitching
Flinn, Alex
Half the story is nararrated (I'm sorry, I can't spell that) by a teenage girl with a Cinderella-esque story, and the other half by an immortal witch (also a teenage girl) with a bit of attitude. I swear, this book will change your life.
Teen Fiction FLINN
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Cover Art: Diva /
Diva
Flinn, Alex
Considering that the protagonist's mother is having an affair with a married guy, that's about all I needed to start reading this. Though the title helped a little too.
Teen Fiction FLINN
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Cover Art: The girl who could fly /
The girl who could fly
Forester, Victoria
A seriously underrated book, but it's amazing. Truly. The title says it all.
Children's Fiction FORESTE
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Cover Art: Sophie's world : a novel about the history of philosophy /
Sophie's world : a novel about the history of philosophy
Gaarder, Jostein, 1952-
It made me cry at the end, but it's tied with the other book at the top of my list for the Greatest Book Ever. This is one I suggest you read like RIGHT NOW. It's deep, though. Really deep.
Adult Fiction GAARDER
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Cover Art: The graveyard book /
The graveyard book
Gaiman, Neil
Scared the pants off me in fifth grade, but a book about a kid who talks with ghosts called "Bod" (short for "Nobody") is awesumm.
Children's Fiction GAIMAN
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Cover Art: Dragon slippers /
Dragon slippers
George, Jessica Day, 1976-
What would you do if you were sacrificed to a dragon by your crazy aunt? And the dragon offered you a pair of shoes?
Children's Fiction GEORGE
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Cover Art: Sun and moon, ice and snow /
Sun and moon, ice and snow
George, Jessica Day, 1976-
A take on a fairy tale about a polar bear and trolls. It is worth reading, if you're up to it.
Teen Fiction GEORGE
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Cover Art: Deep and dark and dangerous : a ghost story /
Deep and dark and dangerous : a ghost story
Hahn, Mary Downing.
This book won the Maud Hart Lovelace book award a couple years ago, and it deserved it. It might keep you up at night, but only because you're desperate to find out what happens.
Children's Fiction HAHN
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Cover Art: Princess Academy /
Princess Academy
Hale, Shannon
This book has a sequel, Palace of Stone, if you're interested. Shannon Hale is one of my favorite authors, and I can't help being a bit jealous I can't weave words the same way.
Children's Fiction HALE
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Cover Art: The goose girl /
The goose girl
Hale, Shannon
This is a variation on the fairy tale, "The Goose Girl". I would also advise reading this, if only because there are at least three more sequels and the story sticks in your heart.
Teen Fiction HALE
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Cover Art: The misfits /
The misfits
Howe, James, 1946-
Hooray for No Name-Calling Week!
Children's Fiction HOWE
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Cover Art: Into the wild /
Into the wild
Hunter, Erin.
The entry book to the amazing Warriors series, which in its entirety spans 24 books, 4 guides, 4 special stories, and a host of graphic novels. Make sure you read this one first. And then keep reading.
Teen Fiction HUNTER
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Cover Art: Redwall /
Redwall
Jacques, Brian
This series has about fifteen books, but they're out of order. I got lost around the fourth one, but the first one is really worth reading. The first, chronologically, is Lord Brocktree, but I don't know what the next one is. This is like the fourth or something.
Children's Fiction JACQUES
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Cover Art: Evil genius /
Evil genius
Jinks, Catherine.
The first book in a trilogy. Barely worth reading. =P
Teen Fiction JINKS
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Cover Art: The phantom tollbooth /
The phantom tollbooth
Juster, Norton, 1929-
Another boy-rescues-the-princesses story, but in this one the princesses are Rhyme and Reason. This book uses wordplay literally and you'd better hold on for the ride. Now, every time I think of the word din, I remember the terrible DYNNE.
Children's Fiction JUSTER
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Cover Art: Schooled /
Schooled
Korman, Gordon.
Middle-school kids who are forced to THINK + tribute to the 70s = awesumm
Children's Fiction KORMAN
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Cover Art: Savvy /
Savvy
Law, Ingrid, 1970-
A girl with a magic power breaking loose at the seams, a cross-country trip, and a pink school bus. That alone should convince you to read this book.
Children's Fiction LAW
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Cover Art: To kill a mockingbird /
To kill a mockingbird
Lee, Harper.
A girl's coming-of-age story complete with racial tension and a spooky neighbor who never comes out. Yet another great classic I urge everyone to read.
Adult Fiction LEE
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Cover Art: Ella enchanted /
Ella enchanted
Levine, Gail Carson.
When Ella is cursed with obedience, she takes life into her own hands on a great adventure. Every time I find this book on a shelf at school, I reread it.
Children's Fiction LEVINE
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Cover Art: The magician's nephew /
The magician's nephew
Lewis, C. S. 1898-1963.
This is, in fictional chronological order, the first of the Narnia books. If you read The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe first, like I did, you'll see the connections. If you haven't, it doesn't matter. TLTW&TW is the second book.
Children's Fiction LEWIS
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Cover Art: I am a genius of unspeakable evil and I want to be your class president /
I am a genius of unspeakable evil and I want to be your class president
Lieb, Josh
The title says it all. By the end, everyone's rooting for this kid.
Teen Fiction LIEB
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Cover Art: The giver /
The giver
Lowry, Lois.
This one made me cry, though it took me forever to read it.
Children's Fiction LOWRY
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Cover Art: Legend /
Legend
Lu, Marie, 1984-
This story has the most amazing premise, and it would be one of my favorite books if it wasn't so poorly executed.
Teen Fiction LU
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Cover Art: Every soul a star : a novel /
Every soul a star : a novel
Mass, Wendy, 1967-
Children's Fiction MASS
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Cover Art: Judy Moody /
Judy Moody
McDonald, Megan
Yet another kids book series that everyone should read, preferably when they're in elementary school. But if you haven't read it yet, check it out. The firs book you can probably get through pretty quick.
Children's Fiction MCDONAL
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Cover Art: Over you /
Over you
McLaughlin, Emma.
Currently competing for the #1 spot on my Best Books Ever list!
Teen Fiction MCLAUGH
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Cover Art: Inside the mind of Gideon Rayburn /
Inside the mind of Gideon Rayburn
Miller, Sarah, 1969-
Before ANYONE gets this out, you should know that it's really for mature teens. Intercourse and marijuana are the two main topics of the book.
Teen Fiction MILLER
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Cover Art: Fablehaven /
Fablehaven
Mull, Brandon, 1974-
The first in an awesome series. It incorporates fantasy creatures from a lot of different cultures, and I suggest you read it right away. This series is on my top ten list of books.
Children's Fiction MULL
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Cover Art: Ttfn /
Ttfn
Myracle, Lauren, 1969-
This book's one redeeming quality is that it's written in IMs without leaving anything out. I'm not sure if this is the first book, so if anyone knows, please tell me.
Teen Fiction
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Cover Art: Sparrow Road /
Sparrow Road
O'Connor, Sheila.
"People think we didn't have parents, but we did. Everyone has parents." "What is, or what could be." -Sparrow Road
Children's Fiction O'CONNO
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Cover Art: Alanna : the first adventure /
Alanna : the first adventure
Pierce, Tamora
All Alanna of Trebond wants to do is become a knight, but girls can't train at the palace. So she switches places with her twin brother Thom and takes the palace by storm, pretending to be a boy. This four-book series leads into some five other series you can read if you want.
Teen Fiction PIERCE
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Cover Art: The golden compass /
The golden compass
Pullman, Philip, 1946-
Can I admit something? At first, I thought this must be a formula-made paranormal fiction, because they made it into a movie, but really, it's not. I tried to hate it, but I got swept up in the immense awesummness of the story.
Children's Fiction PULLMAN
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Cover Art: Ish /
Ish
Reynolds, Peter, 1961-
Yes, it's a picture book, but our teacher read it to us in fifth grade and it's truly cool.
Easy Picture BookREYNOLD
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Cover Art: Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children /
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
Riggs, Ransom
This book scared the bejeebies out of me. Man, it's freaky awesome. Read it or face the wrath of we who love dark fantasy.
Teen Fiction RIGGS
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Cover Art: The lightning thief /
The lightning thief
Riordan, Rick
Yet another popular fiction I insist you read because it's sweet. Even if you already know everything about Greek mythology, like me, you may as well read this. It's great.
Children's Fiction RIORDAN
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Cover Art: The encyclopedia of me /
The encyclopedia of me
Rivers, Karen, 1970-
A teenage girl relates the generally chaotic events of the summer in encyclopedia entries, most notably "Boy, Blue-Eyed, Who Just Moved In Next Door".
Teen Fiction RIVERS
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Cover Art: For your eyes only! /
For your eyes only!
Rocklin, Joanne.
Told in the form of two diaries, when a straight-laced girl and her nemesis, a misbehaved boy, both find out about a family of ducks living in their apartment complex pool. This book is especially refreshing as it's not a love story, in a sense, but is heartbreaking and wonderful.
Children's Fiction ROCKLIN
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Cover Art: Harry Potter and the sorcerer's stone /
Harry Potter and the sorcerer's stone
Rowling, J. K.
I don't care if you haven't read it, read the first book and THEN tell me how you feel. No excuses. This is a great book for anyone uncertain about reading.
Children's Fiction ROWLING
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Cover Art: The dragon of Lonely Island /
The dragon of Lonely Island
Rupp, Rebecca.
Three stories about dragons from various cultures as told by three heads of a dragon to three children staying on Lonely Island.
Children's Fiction RUPP
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Cover Art: Alcatraz versus the evil librarians /
Alcatraz versus the evil librarians
Sanderson, Brandon.
If Beauty Queens by Libba Bray is my number one book, this one is fighting hard to unseat it. Alcatraz is funny, cool, and perplexing at the same time - everything I look for in a book. Don't blame me if you can't put it down.
Children's Fiction SANDERS
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Cover Art: The merchant of Venice /
The merchant of Venice
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616
Adult Nonfiction Book 822.33 P3
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Cover Art: Confessions of a teenage drama queen /
Confessions of a teenage drama queen
Sheldon, Dyan.
A book that's much better than its cover.
Teen Fiction SHELDON
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Cover Art: The Schwa was here /
The Schwa was here
Shusterman, Neal.
This is a great book that makes you think about invisible people.
Teen Fiction SHUSTER
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Cover Art: Unwind /
Unwind
Shusterman, Neal.
When kids reach a certain age, they can be 'unwound', their parts grafted onto other people. This book has three protagonists but is still freaky cool.
Teen Fiction SHUSTER
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Cover Art: After ever after /
After ever after
Sonnenblick, Jordan.
The only good book about a kid with autism/cancer/put debilitating illness here. Not to say these things aren't hard to deal with, but this is the only good book I've ever read about a kid with one of those.
Children's Fiction SONNENB
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Cover Art: Maniac Magee : a novel /
Maniac Magee : a novel
Spinelli, Jerry.
"Everyone knows the story of a kid is one parts truth, one part legend, and one part snowball." -Maniac Magee
Children's Fiction SPINELL
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Cover Art: Stargirl /
Stargirl
Spinelli, Jerry.
One of those awesome, incredible books that makes you think different and turns your head in a different direction. I love Jerry Spinelli.
Teen Fiction SPINELL
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Cover Art: The emerald atlas /
The emerald atlas
Stephens, John, 1972-
A fantastic beginning to a series. Now if only it was a stand-alone book...
Children's Fiction STEPHEN
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Cover Art: The mysterious Benedict Society /
The mysterious Benedict Society
Stewart, Trenton Lee
Four impossible kids, a weird house, a set of tricky tests, a brainwashing academy, a narcoleptic good guy and his evil twin...what could be better on a rainy day?
Children's Fiction STEWART
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Cover Art: YuYu Hakusho. Vol. 1, Goodbye, material world! /
YuYu Hakusho. Vol. 1, Goodbye, material world!
Togashi, Yoshihiro
True, it's 'backwards' because it's Japanese, but it just takes a little practice. I swear, this is the most amazing manga of all time. It spans everything from death to demons. Whoo hoo! Read all 19 volumes and I'll proclaim you a Manga Champion.
Teen Fiction TOGASHI
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Cover Art: The hobbit or there and back again /
The hobbit or there and back again
Tolkien, J. R. R. 1892-1973.
The entry book for the Lord of the Rings series!
Children's Fiction TOLKIEN
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Cover Art: Three times lucky /
Three times lucky
Turnage, Sheila.
Yet another teenage mystery! But it's awesumm!
Children's Fiction TURNAGE
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Cover Art: Tom Sawyer ; and, Huckleberry Finn /
Tom Sawyer ; and, Huckleberry Finn
Twain, Mark, 1835-1910
Classics like this are meant to be read. And read again. Seriously, Tom Sawyer crashes his own funeral. Again, that alone should convince you to read this as soon as possible.
Adult Fiction TWAIN
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Cover Art: The boxcar children /
The boxcar children
Warner, Gertrude Chandler, 1890-1979
Maybe it's kind of a kids book, but it was one of my favorites. Another one I reread every time I get the chance.
Children's Fiction Boxcar children mysteries #1
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Cover Art: Absolutely Maybe /
Absolutely Maybe
Yee, Lisa.
Sometimes the protagonist can be frustrating, but this is a book I really like. Even if it will never reach top ten in my mind.
Teen Fiction YEE
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