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Everless
by Sara Holland

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Everless is a dystopian novel filled with all the suspense and thrill I could ever ask for. It definitely gave me Red Queen vibes with its fierce female lead and the love triangle between Jules and the two prince brothers, but the deep plot made it a whole world of its own. If you like books with strong female leads with unique abilities, I would recommend this.

Today, Tonight, Tomorrow
by Rachel Lynn Solomon

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A super light-hearted contemporary romance, featuring an enemies to lovers relationship. The characters were just SO, SO, SO CUTE! Neil grew on me as he grew on Rowan, and I really felt like I was experiencing those feelings with her. I loved how their identities (religion, likes/dislikes, hobbies) and their development were a major part of the plot. At some points, I did facepalm at something the characters said or did, but it was a part of their stubbornness and it was an intentional part of the story. Also, the pacing was a little weird but the plot was spread over a few days so that could've contributed to the factor. (4.5 STARS ROUNDED UP)

Billie B Brown The Missing Tooth
by Sally Rippin

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I liked this book.

The story of America’s Birthday
by Patricia A. Pingry

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This book taught me when America’s birthday is and why we celebrate it. I learned that the original 13 colonies in the USA was ruled by England. We did not like their taxes so we fought them in a war and won our freedom. That’s why we celebrate the birthday of the USA on the 4th of July.

Batman meet the superheroes
by Michael Teitelbaum

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Batman gets help from Wonder Woman and Superman to fight the evil dragon in Gotham city.

After
by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling

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After was a book that contained 19 different stories of apocalypse and dystopia. Each of the stories ventured into a fictional future of chaos and unrest. These stories explored different scenarios of a future such as war, plague, and more. Each of these stories channeled a variety of emotions making it a very entertaining overall read. The stories in the book had been written by different authors. Meaning that as a reader, I didn't know what to expect coming into each story. Each of the stories had different levels of creativity, writing skill, and style brought by that many different writers, which had kept me entertained and on the edge of my seat throughout. For anyone looking to read an array of dystopian and apocalyptic stories, I would most definitely recommend After by Ellen Datlow and Terri Wandling.

Born A Crime
by Trevor Noah

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"Born a Crime" is a riveting recollection of Trevor Noah's life in South Africa. He was born to a black Xosa woman and a white Swiss father, which was illegal during the apartheid reign. Noah's childhood was spent largely indoors, and his mother tried her best to keep him away from the grasp of the government. As the tyrannical rule of apartheid ended, Noah and his mother set out on a journey to explore the bounds which had been previously imposed on them by apartheid law and fully took advantage of new opportunities. The memoir is a story of a mischievous little boy who developed into a young man trying to find his place in a world where he wasn't supposed to fit. It is a story of the boy's adventures with his fearless and religious mom, who shaped him to be the young man he soon became.

The story of America’s Birthday
by Patricia A. Pingry

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This book taught me when America’s birthday is and why we celebrate it. I learned that the original 13 colonies in the USA was ruled by England. We did not like their taxes so we fought them in a war and won our freedom. That’s why we celebrate the birthday of the USA on the 4th of July.

The Book Thief
by Markus Zusak

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It is no understatement when it is said that this novel is revolutionary, life changing, and devastatingly powerful. It is a book meant to be read slowly and savored/appreciated to the fullest because the underlying themes present can not only be applied to the times of the Holocaust but also present day.

Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone
by J.k Rowling

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The book," Harry Potter and The Sorcerer's Stone was really good. I loved it! In this book there were many twists making it very exciting! This book is about a boy finding out that he is a wizard and going to wizards school named Hogwarts .There he learns spells and make 2 best friends for life! He has many problems on his journey at Hogwarts. He isn't like the other wizards at Hogwarts, he's special. This book is definitely a great book and everyone should read it.


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