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  • pudgyjeon
    pudgyjeon added a book review.
    *Spoiler This book was mediocre. First of all, the beginning of the story was confusing. There were too many things going on and it was hard to follow. The plot was interesting overall and I liked the characters and their personalities. For example, Jack's british accent made it fun to read aloud. One thing though is that, as the story continued, lot of things that happened were predictable like when they found out that Charlie Green was Jack's son. For these reasons I give this book 3 stars.
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  • pandacupcake222
    pandacupcake222 added a book review.
    I love cats and cute illustrations so I loved this book. Even if you don't like cats, I still recomend. So, Katie wants to go to summer camp with her friends, but she doesn't have enough money. When her friends mom offers to pay, Katie refuses, she wants to earn the money all by herself. Katie starts advertising her new business, doing chores for the others that live in her apartement. Soon enough, Katie finds out she doesn't enjoy doing the chores at all. Meanwhile her best friend is sending her many letters about camp, and how much she wishes Katie was there. Then Katie gets a job catsitting for 217 cats!!!! And they are no ordanairy cats, they know all sorts of things that cats shouldn't!!! But soon she starts recieving less and less letters from her best friend, and starts realizing that the lady she catsits for is always out at the time a local villian is commiting crimes. What should Katie do? Good thing she has 217 intelligent cats to help her out!
    1 day ago
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    pompomsnake added a movie review.
    Of all the Disney princesses Pocahontas is my favorite princess. That is why it is my favorite movie. She is brave and adventurous. I recommend this movie for ages 6 and up because it is kid friendly.
    7 days ago
  • pudgyjeon
    pudgyjeon's book review was featured in The Hidden Kingdom (Wings of Fire, Book 3).
    When Rainwings start to go missing, Glory starts to take action. In the middle of the search they find a tunnel that leads to the Sandwing territory. This book is my favorite book in the series so far! Probably one of the reasons I liked this book is because it fits in the mystery genre. Out of all the characters in the series, Glory is my favorite character because of how she tries to prove that Rainwings are not lazy. I really enjoyed being able to see the story from Glory's point of view, because she has interesting opinions and thoughts. I also really liked the plot twist, which you probably would've never guessed was coming! One thing though, is that I really didn't like the ending. I would recommend this book for ages second graders and up, mainly because of the length of the book. In conclusion, this book was really good!
    7 days ago
  • pudgyjeon
    pudgyjeon added a book review.
    When Rainwings start to go missing, Glory starts to take action. In the middle of the search they find a tunnel that leads to the Sandwing territory. This book is my favorite book in the series so far! Probably one of the reasons I liked this book is because it fits in the mystery genre. Out of all the characters in the series, Glory is my favorite character because of how she tries to prove that Rainwings are not lazy. I really enjoyed being able to see the story from Glory's point of view, because she has interesting opinions and thoughts. I also really liked the plot twist, which you probably would've never guessed was coming! One thing though, is that I really didn't like the ending. I would recommend this book for ages second graders and up, mainly because of the length of the book. In conclusion, this book was really good!
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    Catherine Banner started writing the outline of her book when she was just 14-years old. Five years later, this 19-year old has not one but a trilogy (series of three books) in ...
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