“The Help” by Kathryn Stockett - It’s about the help writing a book about how it feels to be helping the white people - Lauren L., grade 10


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“The Dust of 100 Dogs” by A.S. King - The Dust of 100 Dogs was a story about a female pirate, Emer, who is cursed with the dust of 100 dogs, forcing her to live 100 lives as a dog before coming back as a person.  When she comes back in the 1980’s, she needs to figure out what to do with her life.  It was very interesting, but a little confusing. - Jessica B., grade 8


“The Ghost and the Goth” by Stacey Kade - The Ghost and the Goth was a really funny book about a ghost who needs help moving on from her old life and a Goth who is one of the only people who can see ghosts.  Unfortunately, they hate each other. - Jessica B., grade 8




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“Catching Fire” by Suzanne Collins - Catching Fire, the second book in the Hunger Games series, was very interesting sequel to the first book, but I didn’t find it as good.  The book was better than the movie. - Jessica B., grade 8


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“The Giver” by Lois Lowry - This is an amazing book that is so differant at the same time. Once you get about half way through this book you can never stop reading it. I liked this book because it makes you wonder ALOT of thing! - Keya P., grade 6


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