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Teen Book Review

Fiction

Crown of Crystal Flame (by C.L. Wilson)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Summer, grade 11

The Fey battle agents of the Eld for the last time. Who will win? Ellysetta and Rain are put to the test to see if they can complete their bond. Ellysetta and Rain have to find allies for the upcoming battles. Will they be able to get the Elves to come? This book was very, very god. I would give it 10 stars if I could.

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Diary of a Wimpy Kid Cabin Fever (by Jeff Kinney)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Prabhat, grade 6

The book is about a kid named Greg Heffley and his strange life. He has a mean brother a strange friend and a mom and ok dad. He writes about his life in his diary. In this book he and his family are stuck in his house for a long blizzard with no power. That is my review on this book.

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Dinosaurs Before Dark (by Mary Pope Osborne)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Tammy, grade 7

I loved this book because it's about my favorite thing, dinosaurs. It included alot of facts about the different types of dinosaurs. One of the types of dinosaurs was called Pteranodon, a similar winged dinosaur to the Teradactyl. I like this book because of the many surprises and as I said before it has dinosaurs in it.

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Out of Sight, Out of Time (by Ally Carter)

Rating 4

Reviewed by Jade, grade 10

I really enjoyed this book for many reasons. It had a mixture of romance and mystery. This book was full of unexpected twists and turns. To sum this story up, the main charactrer, Cammie, is/has been chased by an evil and deadly group called the Circle. The Cirle wants Cammie dead. While all this is going on, one of the Circle's leaders, Catherine, son is in love with Cammie. Read this book to see what happens to Cammie.

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Before I Fall (by Lauren Oliver)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Lianna, grade 11

Sammy Kingston, the most popular girl at school, goes to a party one night and dies on her way home. The next morning, though, she wakes up and as the day progresses, she realizes that she's reliving her last day. In one chapter for each day, Sammy lives that day 7 times, each one new and exciting. Sammy's personality changes as she learns each day what is important and how to end the recurrance of the day. This book captured me from the first page and it was hard to put it down. I recommend it for high school aged people.

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Holding Up the Earth (by Dianne, Gray)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Jeanette, grade 7

This book tells a story about a girl, hope, and her foster mom, Sarah, going to visit Sarah's mom, Anna. They find secrets and stories along the farm grounds. I loved this book because it included many stories back in time written in letter form by Hope's ancestors.

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Maury Had a Little Lamb (by Janet Oke)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Karis, grade 8

In this book you will experience an adventure through a lamb named Maury's perspective. This lamb is not accepted by other lambs at first, so he gets to hang out with a boy named Maury. In the end he will be accepted by the other lambs, or will he be rejected?

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Nod's Limbs (by Charles Ogden)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Nathan, grade 7

This book starts off in a thrilling treasure hunt. It twists and turns around corners as the search for clues goes on. I won't give anything away, but just when you think it's over someone very surprising shows up. The two main characters, Edgar and Ellen, must either stop or befriend this person. To win the hunt these two kids must trick the town and lead everyone off their trail.

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Girl, Stolen (by April Henry)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Haley, grade 7

Girl, Stolen is a great book to read if you like suspensfull books. Whenever I read it I didn't want to put the book down because there are so many questions that are to be answered when you read on. I like it how they describe it well so I can picture the scene in my head and understand it better.

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The Summer I Turned Pretty (by Jenny Han)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Jessica, grade 9

This book was amazing! It has surprising twists to it that make you want to keep reading. This book shows a girl who is caught between two guys, one is the perfect guy who gets all the girls, and the other is super kind and funny! It shows her struggles to get one for herself. This book is deffinetly a page turner and a great summer read!

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