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Title
Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief
Author
Rick Riordan
Review
I would rate this book 4 stars. It was an easy book for me, and I speed through it in less then a day.

I can't wait to read the rest of the series! This book was full of action and comedy, and was just a good read.

I would recommend this book to children. Pre-teens, teens, and adults would find it immature and an easy read.  Request this book!
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Title
Insurgent
Author
Veronica Roth
Review
In this sequel to Divergent, Tris must keep saving people she knows and loves. Every choice has consequences, and that one choice can destroy you. Read this sequel if you liked Divergent! And keep watch for the movie in 2015!  Place a hold!
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Title
I Survived the Nazi Invasion, 1944
Author
Lauren Tarshis
Review
This book was another great addition to the I Survived series. It was was an easy book, but the story and message was clear. The concept of the book could be understood by kids of all ages because it was narrated by a young boy.  Place a hold!
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Author
Lois Lowry
Review
I liked this book, but it wasn't one of my favorites. The message the story gave was good, but it was slow-paced to me. But, there were some surprising events and interesting moments in this book too. Overall, I enjoyed the book.  Place a hold!
Wonder
Title
Wonder
Author
R.J. Palacio
Review
I personally enjoyed this book more than many others that I have read. The story is one that kids who are in middle school can kind of relate to. It was basically giving me the message that it doesn't matter how you look on the outside, what's on the inside really matters. Even though in most school environments kids do the opposite, it really made you feel that that motto could work in schools, with a bit of hope and courage. August Pullman, the main character, and his friends showed exactly that.  Wonder