MAY We Recommend...?


The book Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules is about a kid in 6th grade.  His name is Greg Heffley. He  wanted to get a girl and be a popular kid, but it does not happen. He tries everything he can with his friend Rowley, like run for treasurer, be class clown, and more. Things get worse and worse as bad things come to him. I would recommend this book to others because the characters are funny and you also don't know what is going to be next in the book. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules is a good book and I would recommend it to people who like graphic novels and funny books.


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Recommended by D.P. (5th grade)

In the book Uglies by Scott Westerfeld, Tally is faced with a difficult choice when her new friend Shay decides to risk life on the outside rather than submit to the forced operation that turns sixteen year old girls into gorgeous beauties, and realizes that there is a whole new side to the pretty world that she doesn't like.

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Recommended by N.F. (8th grade)

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Pumpkin's Story by Aubre Andrus is a good book. She was born with dwarfism. That means she can't run. The only thing is, when she walks, she walks with pain. But soon, she gets leg braces and can finally run! I would recommend this book because it is a good book to compare the before and after of Pumpkin's progress with running. I would recommend this to people who love animals, especially farm animals.

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Recommended by C.P. (5th grade)