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Kid Review: Ghost Pirate Treasure

Kid Review: Ghost Pirate Treasure

Creepella Von Cacklefur Ghost Pirate Treasure

Creepella investigates mysterious holes around Squeakspeare’s mansion – could legendary pirate Morgan Blackwhisker be searching for his lost buried treasure?

Lily says:

I really like it! The Creepella books are WAY funny!

Personally, I’m a fan of “WAY funny!” so I’m going to give this one a try. I’ve read Geronimo Stilton’s books about himself and his sister Thea, but have not read any about Creepella von Cacklefur, a journalist just like Geronimo…but creepy! Author: Geronimo Stilton

Geronimo Stilton. He’s an author. He’s a mouse. He solves mysteries. If you like Geronimo and Creepella, try Hermux Tantamoq, a watchmaker mouse who also stumbles into mysteries and solves them.
The Secret of Cacklefur Castle The Thirteen Ghosts Meet Me in Horrorwood Time Stops for No Mouse
The Sands of Time No Time Like Show Time Time to Smell the Roses
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Kid Review – A Picture Book of Rosa Parks

Kid Review – A Picture Book of Rosa Parks

A Picture Book of Rosa Parks

A biography of the Alabama black woman whose refusal to give up her seat on a bus helped establish the civil rights movement.

Jasmine says:

I love his [David A. Adler] books because one i love mystery and its really funny. The one i really love is cam jansen and the stolen diamonds. i loved it some much that i did it for my book report project. I also loved the rosa park one i even passed the quiz i had on it. Thats how i know i love the book. I hope one day you will read one of his books and you will love it just like me. I hope you enjoy the little thank you for reading have a good day.

Author: David Adler

Jasmine really likes books by David Adler. Here is a link to her favorite Cam Jansen and the Stolen Diamonds, and a few more of his books you might like:
Cam Jansen and the Stolen Diamonds Cam Jansen and the Graduation Day Mystery Mystery Math Bones and the Clown Mix-Up
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Kid Review: Because of Winn Dixie

Kid Review: Because of Winn Dixie

Because of Winn Dixie

Ten-year-old India Opal Buloni describes her first summer in the town of Naomi, Florida, and all the good things that happen to her because of her big ugly dog Winn-Dixie.

Jasmine says:

I love this story bcause it tells a story about a little girl that loses her mother. This is not the good. This is the good part – her father finds true love again and he gets married. his daugher was kind of happy for him. I love this story so much I read like 20 times already. I hope one day you will read and love it just like me. i hoped you enjoyed it. Author: Kate DiCamillo

Here are some more great dog books and one about a dad who starts dating again…and what his girls think about it.
Penderwicks of Gardam Street A Dog's Life Everything for a Dog
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The Stranger Next Door

The Stranger Next Door

The Stranger Next Door

A clever cat’s heroism helps two twelve-year-old boys become friends after their families, one of which is in a witness protection program, move to neighboring houses in Hilltop, Washington.

Bryanna says:

This book at first to me didnt seem like it would  be very interesting to me, it was very confusing an i couldnt understand it. but further into the book i could see what was going on. This book is about two boys and of course pete the cat, one boy moves in nextdoor one day and when he does pete the cats owner (Alex) is very curiouse. The new kid is acting wierd and wont go near a single soul. Alex goes through many things to discover the new kids secret.  Read this book to find out why the new kid is acting so wierd and what amazing adventures Alex and Pete go throught to find out.

Two more books about Pete the Cat:
Spy Cat Trapped
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Review by Elliott – The Loser List

Review by Elliott – The Loser List

The Loser List

When Danny gets caught trying to cross his name off the “Geek” list in the girls’ bathroom, he’s sent to detention. Bullies torment him mercilessly — until they discover that Danny can draw. He enjoys his new “bad boy” status, supplying tattoos and graffiti, until he’s unknowingly drawn into a theft. Turns out the bullies took a comic book from Danny’s favorite store. Can he steal it back before they get caught — and break off with the bullies before he gets in too deep?

Elliott says:

I loved it it was amazing book similar to diary of a wimpy kid.

I totally missed this one Elliott – thanks! If you like reading about Danny and Greg Heffley from Diary of a Wimpy Kid (and while you are waiting for Diary of a Wimpy Kid #6 Cabin Fever to come out…November, 2011) try one of these:
Rodrick Rules Big Nate Smile The Strange Case of Origami Yoda
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