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Kid Review: The Magic Cake Shop

Kid Review: The Magic Cake Shop

The Magic Cake Shop

When ten-year-old Emma Burblee’s beautiful but snobbish parents banish her to Nummington for the summer with her loathsome Uncle Simon, she is befriended by the seemingly magical town baker, Mr. Crackle, who soon becomes a target of Simon and his associate.

I loved this book because it was about baking. Even though it was fiction, it had a wonderful storyline to it. I hope that people can read it all the time and it gets put in my school library!! Girls and boys, request and read this book. Yes, it was that good!!

Recommended by: Erica

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Warriors #1: Into the Wild

Warriors #1: Into the Wild

Into th eWild

For generations, four clans of wild cats have shared the forest. When their warrior code is threatened by mysterious deaths, a house cat named Rusty may turn out to be the bravest warrior of all.

Jaheim says:

Its about cats that talk, become leaders, fight, love, and other cool things. If you read just one you’ll be amazed by the emotion put into every character THANKS!!!!!!!

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Kid Review: Little House in the Big Woods

Kid Review: Little House in the Big Woods

A year in the life of two young girls growing up on the Wisconsin frontier, as they help their mother with the daily chores, enjoy their father’s stories and singing, and share special occasions when they get together with relatives or neighbors.

The best book I read this summer is “Little House in the Big Wood”!  I read it with my Mom and my Great-Aunt and found out that they had read it when they were kids!  Sometimes it looks hard living without TV and computers, no library or bookstore but Laura sure had fun.  My great-aunt said who needs stuff if you have a good book and this was a good one.  Now school has started and I’m very happy because our school group is starting to read “Little House on the Prairie”!

Review by: Mia

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Kid Review: The Report Card

Kid Review: The Report Card

The Report Card

Fifth-grader Nora Rowley has always hidden the fact that she is a genius from everyone because all she wants is to be normal, but when she comes up with a plan to prove that grades are not important, things begin to get out of control. Author: Andrew Clements

Krissy says:

“I just read The Report Card by Andrew Clements.  I enjoyed this book because it has good words, a great ending, and characters I can relate to.

I thought the characters in this story were believable because they acted like real kids with real school problems.  My favorite part of the book was when Nora pretends to be a cat. She brings a plastic bowl for snack time and puts her milk in it.

If you want to know more, read this book.”

 

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Kid Review – The Curse of the Bologna Sandwich

Kid Review – The Curse of the Bologna Sandwich

After graduating from the superhero academy, Melvin Beederman heads for Los Angeles, where he unexpectedly teams up with Candace Brinkwater, school play actress, to nab the evil McNasty Brothers.

This book was awesome and funny! I’m in the 1st grade and read the whole book in ONE DAY!

by: Sam

The Melvin Beederman Series:

#1: The Curse of the Bologna Sandwich
#2: The Revenge of the McNasty Brothers
#3: The Grateful Fred
#4: Terror in Tights
#5: The Fake Cape Caper
#6: Attack of the Valley Girls
#7: The Brotherhood of the Traveling Underpants
#8: Invasion from Planet Dork

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