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  • ajg16
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    Ooh I <3 your review
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    That's exactly how I feel! Wrapped right around her finger
    About 19 hours ago
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    Terrific review!
    About 19 hours ago
  • spykitten
    spykittenliked a comment in National Geographic Kids Book Club.
    If anyone is ever unsure of what to read next, then check out my book reviews, I have lots of good suggestions for middle schoolers. If you like the ones I have done so far, then you can follow me and see each new one I write, I write a review for every book I read, and I give a very honest opinion.
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    Anyone gonna do a Christmas avatar?
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    spykittenliked a comment in National Geographic Kids Book Club.
    HIYA! Question of the day! Remember that I take my time to write the questions, but take even more time to look at the replies and give them thumbs-up and/or a reply. So, back to the question! Would you rather be able to breathe underwater? Or be able to breathe in space? Thanks to those who answer or like it or both! 😁
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    Hiya! This book club is AWESOME! Like this comment if you agree!
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  • ajg16
    ajg16liked a comment in Scarlet.
    Just like the previous Lunar Chronicles book, "Scarlet" is based on a fairy tale, more specifically, Little Red Riding Hood. I loved the mix of the old classics and the futuristic sci-fi in this wonderfully written novel. The main character, named Scarlet, has lived with her grandmother on their farm for as long as she can remember, but unbeknownst to her, everything is about to change. One night her grandma disappears, leaving only her ID chip behind. Scarlet knows that she has been kidnapped, but the police are convinced her grandma just ran away of her own accord, so Scarlet decides to find her grandma herself. She meets a very suspicious character named Wolf who earns his living participating in street fights. They run off together because Wolf claims to have information on her grandma's whereabouts, and Scarlet is desperate. Right when Scarlet thinks she has finally figured out Wolf's character, he turns out to be not at all what he seems. But still Scarlet still feels drawn towards him, even after he betrayed her, and lied to her. Wolf wants to change so he can be with Scarlet, but someone else is controlling him, turning him into an animal, with thoughts only to hunt and kill. Through many highs and lows, and ups and downs, many different stories intertwine when the characters find out why they are connected, and why they have been brought together. This book is a great read for teens who love pretty much any genre.
    1 day ago
  • ajg16
    ajg16liked a comment in Wishing Day.
    This was a very interesting book by Lauren Myracle. I wasn't sure if it was going to be my style of book or not, and it wasn't, but I still liked it a lot! It is a half mystery and half fantasy book, and I really liked it. Natasha Blok lives in an interesting and different town which is blanketed in magic, but not everyone believes in it. The tradition goes like this, on the third night of the third month after a girls thirteenth birthday, they get to make three wishes, the first wish is an impossible wish, the second is a wish she can make come true herself, and the last and final wish is the deepest wish of her secret heart. Natasha wants to believe in this magical tradition that her great, great.... (I am not exactly sure how many greats).....grandmother started, but is not sure if she should. Now, she ends up making her three wishes and mysterious things start happening, including notes that she isn't sure who they are coming from, an eccentric old lady, and crushes (though not exactly who she was expecting). The book gets only partly wrapped up in the end and you have to read the next book to find out what happens. I loved this book because it was very easy to relate to and I think that this book is a great read for middle school girls.
    1 day ago
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    By Lauren Myracle
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