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Balls!
by Random House Large Print Books

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This book was about how Elmo likes balls. He tell us all the different things you can do with balls, like kick, and dunk.

The Fault In Our Stars
by John Green

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This book was one of the best books I ever read. The message conveyed behind this book was beautiful and it really shows us how short life is and to live your life to the fullest before you're gone. I don't even like romantic books but this book was an exception. John Green's author's craft was amazing and the way he moved throughout the book and conveyed the plot was beautiful. The character development was shown really well completely as you get these two strangers with disabilities fall in love. I would recommend this book to many unless you completely hate romantic books. Even if you hate romantic books, I would still recommend to give this book a try as it has a. really good message behind the book.

Shine
by Chris Grabenstein

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it was gooooood

Alexander: The Boy Soldier Who Conquered the World
by Simon Adams

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A nice informal book about the world-famous Alexander the Great. I really enjoyed learning about this guy with this book! I felt like I have gotten smarter in my world history and culture as the book vividly describes it well! I recommend this book to all biography lovers! 5/5!

The Hunger Games
by Suzanne Collins

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In this dystopian fiction novel, each of 12 districts in Panem are forced to send one boy and one girl to participate in the annual Hunger Games. During this event, the participants are forced to fight each other to the death with limited food and resources, with one champion emerging at the end. The event is nationally televised for all of Panem and everyone must watch the teenagers fight to the death. However, the protagonist, Katniss Everdeen, has bigger problems to worry about. In this arena, not only does she have to worry about survival, but she has to face the conflicts of love. The inclusion of action, romance, and thrill in this novel is what makes it a perfect book to read at any time.

The K Team
by David Rosenfelt

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I love Rosenfelt's Andy Carpenter series and this book is the first spin-off. It features Andy's wife Laurie Collins, Marcus, and retired canine cop Corey Douglas and his dog. It's a bit odd reading this book as a spin-off because I'm so used to Andy's voice. I kind of had to remind myself that it was a different character's point of view as Rosenfelt writes in first person. Corey is a bit similar to Andy, but Andy has much more of a sarcastic personality. It's still humous at times, switching out courtrooms for criminal investigation. Curious to see how the series progresses.

Just Over The Mountain
by Robyn Carr

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Dr June Hudson has a secret lover (Jim-DEA) that no one knows about when Chris her high school sweetheart came back to Grace Valley with his 2 teen sons. Myrnas husband who has been missing for a very long time...rumors are his bones are in the yard.

Pick Of The Litter
by Bill Wallace

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Middle grade fiction I read to see what the market is like. Sweet story about a boy who works to help his sick grandfather with his hunting dog business.

The Babysitters Club 6
by Gale Galligan

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The book was about Kristy and how her mom was getting married. She and her babysitters club group was going to help her with the wedding. They would all be watching 14 kids that were going to be at the wedding while their parents help Kristy´s mom plan the wedding. It was a very interesting book because there was some problems along the way but they were able to solve them.

What If
by Sandra Magsamen

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I liked this book a lot because it talks a lot about possibilities. It explains how great our uniqueness is. It is also very easy to understand and read. The life lessons in this book can be explained in a simple direct manner. There weren’t too many words that are hard to pronounce either. It is suited for many children. It is very promising. This truly is an enjoyable book. I would recommend this book for younger children. Those children will have a better understanding with life thanks to this book. They won’t have any problems with reading and understanding it. It would really help them grow and mature.