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Cover ArtThe bad beginning
by Snicket, Lemony
I think it was a good book because it has a lot of adventure in it. I liked the first book so much that I am already on the sixth book. [Series: Series of Unfortunate Events #1]   posted May 9, 2006 at 11:08AM

Cover ArtHour of the Olympics
by Osborne, Mary Pope
This book was about a boy,Jack,and a girl,Annie.They went in their tree house and went back in time when the first Olympics were happenig. At the time NO GIRLS WERE ALOUD!Poor Annie could'nt come with Jack to the Olymics, she loves the olympics! You should read this book and find out what is next! It is a great book for people who like adventures!!! [Series: Magic Tree House #16]   posted Jul 6, 2004 at 2:40PM

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It was so very funny! I normally not laugh outloud when I read books, but this one had be laughing and my Mom kept looking at me funny. It was about a boy who thought he was in love for the first time! A book that is for ALL ages!   posted May 9, 2006 at 11:08AM

Cover ArtThe face on the milk carton
by Cooney, Caroline B.
This is one of the most interesting book I have ever read! It had twists in it that I would have never thought!   posted Apr 9, 2004

Cover ArtA walk to remember
by Sparks, Nicholas
I loved the book, it was a touching book that I recommend to everyone. It's a love story with a twist!   posted Apr 9, 2004

Cover ArtGirl with a pearl earring
by Chevalier, Tracy
I really loved it! It was a pretty easy read, it was fiction, yet it was about a real painting and a real artist. I loved how the author threw in very historical facts of how life was back then! She did an amazing job at writing the book. It was a page turner, I was very interested to know what would happen next. It is one I would read again   posted Jun 4, 2004

Cover ArtThe code of the Woosters
by Wodehouse, P. G. 1881-1975
Those into humorous English comedy would have a hard time finding something better than this. The story is told by Bertam Wooster, who is also one of the main characters. I think that Bertram Wooster is loveable, gullible, a bit of a wimp, and a man who strongly needs and depends upon Jeeves. Who is Jeeves? Why, he is Bertram's valet, to be sure. Jeeves is the mastermind behind every sucess, he is the cornerstone of every idea, in fact, without him, there would be no story. Jeeves is a man who, when difficult problems are posed, is called upon to supply the answers. Bertram has a hard time turning people down, which is shown in this book. He also is very susceptible to blackmail. I think that this book is a top notch read.   posted Jun 7, 2005

Cover ArtThe amazing adventures of Kavalier and Clay : a novel
by Chabon, Michael
I would reccomend this story to anyone, even if it wasn't as well written as it is, simply to be exposed to its odd choice of venue. On your way through this story, you'll encounter magic and escapsitry, Jewish mysticism, the Golden Age of comic books, the Holocaust in Prague, surrealism, WWII in antarctica, and it goes on.   posted Apr 9, 2004

Cover ArtLemony Snicket : the unauthorized autobiography
by Snicket, Lemony
I am in the midde of the book and I am enjoying it so much. I am so into autobiographys. Lemony Snicket has shown a brand new way to write an Autobiography. I think that authors should write autobiography's like this to show kids how fun reading is.   posted Apr 9, 2004

Cover ArtThe Thief Lord
by Funke, Cornelia Caroline
The Thief Lord is a very nice story that stands on its was a fast read, although I am a bit above the target age, so that might have been why. The descriptions of Venice were great. Most of the characters were likeable   posted Apr 9, 2004

Cover ArtSummerland
by Chabon, Michael
I would reccommend this book to everyone that enjoys reading a slow but touching story.   posted Apr 9, 2004

Cover ArtHoot
by Hiaasen, Carl
Hoot is funny, well written, and enjoyable.The book carries us along with a pleasing suspense and steady pace. The author provides neat encapsulations of each character's motivations.   posted Apr 9, 2004

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