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Book Cover Chitty Chittty Bang Bang Flies Again
Frank Boyce

In this book, the Tooting family gets an old camper van. Mr Tooting is test driving when he finds an old airplane motor.He puts it inside the old camper van and he drives along until he realizes the camper is a plane, boat and submarine, although the kids found out the last one. This book is fun because it incorporates the other book/movie very well.

Reviewer: Soren K.
Rating: star rating

Book Cover Doctor Proctor's Fart powder:The Magical Fruit
Jo Nesbo

In this book, Nilly, Lisa, and Doctor Victor Proctor try to get Norway's gold reserve back. Well... the one bar in the gold reserve. I liked it because it ha humor, facts form other books in the series, and it was good in general.

Reviewer: Soren K.
Rating: star rating

Book Cover Donald Duck
Carl Banks

This is a really funny comic book. There are many different Donald Duck comics in this book and Huey, Dewey, and Louie are included in most of the comics. This book is perfect for Disney lovers.

Reviewer: Kendall V.
Rating: star rating

Magic book American Girl Magazine
American Girl

This is a great magazine. I really liked all the quizzes, water activities, the sweet frozen treat recipes, and all the cool, fun stories.

Reviewer: Kendall V.
Rating: star rating

Magic book Harriet Tubman and the underground railroad
Terry Shannon

Harriet Tubman wanted blacks and herself to escape from the south where all the slaves are. She couldn't just runaway, so she digged these things called underground railroad. The Underground Railroad wasn't actually a railroad, but it was underground. The Underground Railroad helped slaves escape the south.

Reviewer: Xiaotian S.
Rating: star rating

Book Cover Bite-Sized Magic
Kathryn Littlewood

I really enjoyed the third book in the Bliss series. My favorite character in the book is Rose. I like her because she loves baking, she is kind to others, she uses magical ingredients in her baking to help others, and likes to care for others. One of my favorite parts was near the end of the book. (This is not a spoiler!!) It was when Ty and Sage were jumping on their trampoline with 2 robots from the Mostess Company, one each, and were using them to make the robots do a boxing competition. Reading it was really funny! Read this book to find out what the Mostess Company is and what the robots have to do with it!

Reviewer: Taylor V.
Rating: star rating

Book Cover The Tower Treasure
Dixon Franklin

This mystery was good because there are lots of comedy, Scenes, And clues. Also it is very detailed. This is an all-around book.

Reviewer: Benjamin R.
Rating: star rating

Magic book Ghosts in the house
Ann Weil

It's all about this girl wondering about if there are ghosts in her house. She wonders about this because she is seeing strange things going on in her house.For example, when she left the house in the morning she saw three peaches, but when she came back there were no more. Also, she has been hearing strange sounds in the night. Is there actually a ghost in her in her house? Read this book to find out.

Reviewer: Xiaotian S.
Rating: star rating

Book Cover picture day
susan nees

this book is about a girl is really messy. then picture day and she comes downstairs with messy clothes on and her mom say she can't wear it and her day is miserable.

Reviewer: clare n.
Rating: star rating

Book Cover The Fault in Our Stars
John Green

The Fault in Our Stars is about a teenage girl named Hazel, and she has been a cancer patient for a few years now. Through her cancer support group, she meets Augustus Waters, a cancer survivor who has lost one leg. Together, they go through life having their issues. I loved the book because it went into so much detail and emotion that I could almost feel what Hazel was feeling during the book. It is quite of a tearjerker though so be prepared! TFIOS is also now a movie so once you have read the book, you could see that too!

Reviewer: Marin F.
Rating: star rating

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