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Books that drag you in from the beginning
Personally, I hate books that start off really boring. these don't.   Print this list Print this list
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Cover Art: Avalon High /
Avalon High
Cabot, Meg
I had to read it for school, and when i saw it on the list, i thought it was going to be some stupid story about how people hate school. It was actually JUST THE KIND OF BOOK I LOVE!!!! omg! it was awesome. now i want to read more meg cabot!
Teen Fiction CABOT
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Cover Art: Inkheart /
Inkheart
Funke, Cornelia Caroline
Children's Fiction FUNKE
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Cover Art: The goose girl /
The goose girl
Hale, Shannon
Teen Fiction HALE
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Cover Art: Redwall /
Redwall
Jacques, Brian
Children's Fiction JACQUES
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Cover Art: Goose chase : a novel /
Goose chase : a novel
Kindl, Patrice
This book is one of the most unpredictable I have ever read. It makes me really want to read more by Patrice Kindl. (the author.)
Teen Fiction KINDL
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Cover Art: Ophelia : a novel /
Ophelia : a novel
Klein, Lisa M., 1958-
Teen Fiction KLEIN
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Cover Art: Ella enchanted /
Ella enchanted
Levine, Gail Carson
This is a very creative retelling of Cinderella. Read it A.S.A.P.!!! There is a movie of this as well, but it's not NEARLY as good as the book.
Children's Fiction LEVINE
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Cover Art: Fairest /
Fairest
Levine, Gail Carson
Children's Fiction LEVINE
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Cover Art: Breaking dawn /
Breaking dawn
Meyer, Stephenie, 1973-
Teen Fiction MEYER
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Cover Art: Twilight /
Twilight
Meyer, Stephenie, 1973-
I didn't want to read it at first... my friends forced me into it and OME!! (OH, MY EDWARD!)oh, you'de better read it before watching the movie.
Teen Fiction MEYER
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Cover Art: Harry Potter and the sorcerer's stone /
Harry Potter and the sorcerer's stone
Rowling, J. K.
This is the first book in the Harry Potter series, and it got me hooked on the series.
Children's Fiction ROWLING
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Cover Art: The Wednesday wars /
The Wednesday wars
Schmidt, Gary D.
Teen Fiction SCHMIDT
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Cover Art: Full tilt : a novel /
Full tilt : a novel
Shusterman, Neal
OMG!! amazing!!! Okay, so they go to theme park and the rides are really weird and there is like this serial killer of girl...(sort of...) that runs the whole park...it's sooooo gooood!!!
Teen Fiction SHUSTER
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Cover Art: Click here : (to find out how I survived seventh grade) : a novel /
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Cover Art: Midnight pearls /
Midnight pearls
Viguie, Debbie
This is a retelling of The Little Mermaid.
Teen Fiction VIGUIE
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Cover Art: A certain slant of light /
A certain slant of light
Whitcomb, Laura
Teen Fiction WHITCOM
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