The setting is at a summer camp a girl without her best friend. But Anna finds out that she an Isabel is becoming close friends, then zoey comes to camp and things go wrong. I recommend this book to 5th and 6th graders.
March 15, 2010, 7:00 pm
Saffy’s Angel by: Hillary McKay.
This is a very good book. You will love the Casson family Cadium and Rose are hilarious. If you love a book that makes you sad and happy at the same time you will love this book. Sarah, you will hate her but you will love her for what she has done for Saffy. Saffy is a girl who’s world is falling apart when she discovers one last thing in her world that can make her happy. However that one last thing might be impossible to get. Can Saffy find that one last thing? You will have to read the book to find out. I recommend this book to fifth and sixth graders also to people who love a good adventure.
March 15, 2010, 7:05 pm
In the book DragonWigs this boy and his farther are in a compitition to be the best kite flyer and he has to beat black dog to win. But what will happen to black dog and the boy and the farther. I recremend it to 5th and higher grade level.
March 15, 2010, 7:14 pm
The Nightmare Room-Locker 13
This book was really interesting. It is about a boy named Luke who is very superstitious. He has so many good luck charms, but his friend Hannah is getting all the luck. Then he finds something that starts giving him luck until something happens.
I recommend this book to Milton.
March 15, 2010, 7:51 pm
The Bar Code Tattoo
By Suzanne Weyn
I recommend this book to 6th grade and up because it has some bad words and long pages. This book is about a girl named Kayla. When everyone else is getting it. It will make your life easier or will it… join Kayla and her friends to try to get rid of the bar code tattoo
March 15, 2010, 7:53 pm
By: Nicholas Sparks
This book is about a 20 year old guy who is on leave from the army, and meets the girl of his dreams. Over the first two weeks he hung out with her, he fell deeply in love with her, and she felt the same way. Everything was perfect up until John had to go back to Germany to work. Savannah and John wrote back and forth, promising each other that they would get married when he was retired. Things changed in Savannah’s world and not every story has a happy ending. I recommend this book for 6th grade and up.
March 15, 2010, 7:57 pm
The Lovely Bones
By: Alice Sebold
I liked this book because it is a great mystery. I would recommend it to seventh or eighth grades and even older. It can get confusing, but once you get it sorted out, it is a wonderful book. Susie Salmon murdered at age 14. Will they ever find the murderer? Will they suspect him? Read The Lovely Bones to find out.
March 15, 2010, 7:58 pm
Promises to the dead
Mary Downing Hann
I like Promises to the dead because I like how every page is descriptive Mary downing Hann makes me never want to put the book down. There is a kid named Jesse Sherman. He gets captured but the kidnapper dies and Jesse promised to ring his child to her cousin in Detriot, but it was a runaway slave so their was a guy named Colin Abigal. The worst hunter you will ever hear of. I recommend this book to people who like mysteries and every now and then a little spooks.
March 15, 2010, 8:03 pm
In Elephant Run, by Roland Smith, the main character nick and his dad own and live on an elephant plantation in the Congo. When the Japanese take over the plantation and kid nap Nick’s dad and Indaw Nick has to run away without being caught. With help from an old monk Nick accomplishes great things. I recommend this book to sixth graders who like books that keep you on the edge of your seat.
March 22, 2010, 7:10 pm
By Bruce Covilles,
Aliens smashing through the glass.
Paper-Machete flying all over the room.
A boy who can’t lie.
Aliens shooting a kid with a Ray Gun.
A berserk alien flying around the room.
I recommend this to anyone who can read.
March 22, 2010, 7:36 pm
By: Caroline Cooney
This suspenseful novel is about teenager Mitty Blake who does a term paper on Variola Major also known as Smallpox. Mitty hates all schoolwork that involves effort. Little did he know that this term paper would cause a life or death situation that will scar him forever. He soon finds an old medical book that contains Smallpox scabs that he inhales. Soon everyone wants to get their hands on Mitty. Will he fall into the wrong hands? Will he catch Smallpox? Find out by reading Code Orange. I would recommend this novel to middle schoolers who love suspense.
March 22, 2010, 7:36 pm
The Janitor’s Boy
By Andrew Clements
In this book, Jack was not happy with his dad being his school’s janitor. Jack stuck watermelon bubblicious under the table and chairs. Now he has to clean and work for his dad after school.
People that like funny mystery books should read this book.
March 22, 2010, 7:42 pm
A Dogs Life By Ann Marin
This book is about a dog and her two puppies that live in a garage but no one knows that they life there when they found out that the dog lifted there they shot the mom dog and the puppies had to runaway… I would recommend this book to someone who likes a sad book (the girl puppy tells the story
March 22, 2010, 7:44 pm
Thirteen Reasons Why, by Jay Asher.
I would recommend this book to anyone who likes books that are full of excitement, and will make you want to keep reading. Now I will tell you a little about this book. Thirteen reasons why is about this kid named Clay Jenson. Clay doesn’t want anything to do with his former classmate, Hannah Baker’s death. He believes that her secrets should be buried with her. But they aren’t! Before Hannah killed herself she decided to make 13 audiotapes and send them to 13 different people. Each tape has a reason why she killed herself and each person has something to do with it. But Clay barley even knew Hannah; the only time they ever talked is when they kissed at a party. But now Clay has to listen to all 13 tapes to see where he comes in. Oh yeah, and the person on the 13th tape is said to die. Caution: 6th grade and older!