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My family thinks I’m nuts because this book had me laughing out loud LOUDLY. (I think I’m turning into a cackler!?! ) And when my daughter read it, she couldn’t help but share every few pages — because it’s just so darn funny. Simpson perfectly entertains readers with her sparkly illustrations and witty dialogue. Plus, each book is filled with interesting facts about the ecosystem the the creatures who live there. Not only that, whoever is doing this is removing baby animals from their mothers and training a bear to be a killer. It s got non-stop action and danger, potty humor, space adventures, zombie aliens, mutant worm wrestling, a misunderstood evil princess, good friends, video games, and a diabolical, hunting-them-down evil queen.
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by Shelby Bach FANTASY
When Rory finds out that her new after school club, Ever After School, is a fairy tale training school for characters. I see what kids are loving now Throw in some funny alien friends, a little sister obsessed with her stuffed animal, a crazy evil mastermind who accidentally mind transfers to said stuffed animal, a gigantic robot, the possibility of world destruction, and you can almost imagine the entertaining misadventures in Sci-Fi Junior High. All because of his no-good, pig-stealing great-great-grandfather.
We follow along as she adjusts to living in the White House, having a bodyguard, and experiences being the First Daughter.
by Pam Munoz Ryan HISTORICAL FICTION
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One of the BEST books, not just graphic novels, EVER! Great for 9 year olds.
by Gary Paulsen REALISTIC
Paulsen s summer job was mowing lawns. The crocs are not the smartest and their stupidity will keep you thoroughly entertained. Dale Hale FAIRY TALE
One of my favorite books, not just graphic novels, EVER! No cell phone, a three day weekend, a lie to his parents who think he s staying with someone overnight, and Max doesn t know how he ll survive!
by Mac Barnett and Jory John, illustrated by Kevin Cornell REALISTIC / HUMOR
My daughter read this first and begged me to read it immediately. It’s also the beginning of acceptance for Rory – finding friends for the first time, and learning about herself. There he meets a very unique girl named Shelby Holmes who reluctantly allows him to tag along with her as she solves her latest crime They re robotic and can be controlled by numbers. They re convinced he is changing into a were-something-or-other. Using their comic book store owner friend, brains, and courage to save their teacher, they must must stop the original were-hyena from making more, before it s too late.