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    Let’s go Percy, let’s go! Let’s go Percy, let’s go! Let’s g--, Oh, hello Jason! Okay, the Lost Hero, let’s do this… The Lost Hero by Uncle Rick was a novel that impressed me. You see, I didn’t think this book would survive without Percy. Honestly, I thought that Percy would be in the novel. (Hey, look back at the first line and come back to me). **CHARACTERS** So yeah, big bummer Percy wasn’t here. But there are other characters! In fact there is- Jason- *ODDLY* I liked Jason. And why do you think this is odd? Well because, NO ONE TAKES MY BABY PERCY’S ‘MAIN CHARACTER’ ROLE! But… I did like Jason; he was a very good substitute. I liked how he is calm and fierce. He also will do anything for Piper and Leo, even though he doesn’t remember ever being Leo’s friend or Piper’s boyfriend. Although, I was shocked at how *SPOILERS LOOK AWAY* he took the news of the ‘camp switch’ very calmly. If I was him, I would’ve killed the entire Greek camp. Umm… just saying. YOU CAN STOP LOOKING AT YOUR CAT PLAYING WITH A FEATHER AND READ, SPOILERS ARE DONE. Piper- Was awesome! She was such a strong character. She focused on helping her friends but at the same time wanted to rescue her father. And I absolutely liked how she was a daughter of Aphrodite but is tough and didn’t give a care in the world about her looks. YESSS…. Leo- Was hilarious! Every now and then he would crack a joke about something that is so relatable. And I definitely think that Leo is there to break all the tension and crack jokes. Oh and *LOOK AWAY KIDS* summon fire of course! **Setting** And of course, Camp Half-Blood! Oh, and all the other places they go. Okay, can I just say how much I LOVE CAMP HALF-BLOOD? It’s the camp where it all started! *Sniff* In all… I love this book so much! All the new characters were AMAZING, the setting was EXTRODINARY, and I miss Percy… Five stars from me!
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    1970413_224580191076906_684966540_n-mediumShe's such an inspiration! So proud of her for putting Korean-American representation out there :)
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    A 14-year-old with a vocabulary comprising four or five rudimentary words may not sound impressive. However, it sure is when the speaker happens to be an orca, or killer, whale!...
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    On February 13, 17-year-old Chloe Kim made history at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, when she became the youngest woman to medal in the halfpipe. What made the wi...
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    February 14, 2018, began like any other school day for the over 3,000 kids that attend Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Classmates exchanged Valentine’s Day ca...
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    Mustaches for Maddie is a book based on a true story about a twelve year old girl who loves mustaches. When her arm starts acting weird, her mom finally takes her to the doctor where they discover she has a brain tumor which is pushing against a part of her brain that functions the left side of her body, which is why her left arm is acting weird. Her surgery is in two weeks, and the school play she is in, Romeo and Juliet, is in four weeks. Her doctors say she will be up again in a week after surgery, but they cannot guarantee that. Not only does she have to deal with her tumor, she has a problem with the school queen, Cassie. Cassie is a bully, but is surrounded by friends because she is known as queen, and a beautiful one. There also is a new girl in town, and is left out by Cassie. Mustaches for Maddie is a heartwarming story, and it is balanced with humor and heart. This is one of the best books I have ever read, and I rate it 5/5 and recommend it to people who are also going through what Maddie had gone through, people who love mustaches, and people who love humor, but also heart.
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    dictionary's book review was featured in Mustaches for Maddie.
    Mustaches for Maddie is a book based on a true story about a twelve year old girl who loves mustaches. When her arm starts acting weird, her mom finally takes her to the doctor where they discover she has a brain tumor which is pushing against a part of her brain that functions the left side of her body, which is why her left arm is acting weird. Her surgery is in two weeks, and the school play she is in, Romeo and Juliet, is in four weeks. Her doctors say she will be up again in a week after surgery, but they cannot guarantee that. Not only does she have to deal with her tumor, she has a problem with the school queen, Cassie. Cassie is a bully, but is surrounded by friends because she is known as queen, and a beautiful one. There also is a new girl in town, and is left out by Cassie. Mustaches for Maddie is a heartwarming story, and it is balanced with humor and heart. This is one of the best books I have ever read, and I rate it 5/5 and recommend it to people who are also going through what Maddie had gone through, people who love mustaches, and people who love humor, but also heart.
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    Mustaches for Maddie is a book based on a true story about a twelve year old girl who loves mustaches. When her arm starts acting weird, her mom finally takes her to the doctor where they discover she has a brain tumor which is pushing against a part of her brain that functions the left side of her body, which is why her left arm is acting weird. Her surgery is in two weeks, and the school play she is in, Romeo and Juliet, is in four weeks. Her doctors say she will be up again in a week after surgery, but they cannot guarantee that. Not only does she have to deal with her tumor, she has a problem with the school queen, Cassie. Cassie is a bully, but is surrounded by friends because she is known as queen, and a beautiful one. There also is a new girl in town, and is left out by Cassie. Mustaches for Maddie is a heartwarming story, and it is balanced with humor and heart. This is one of the best books I have ever read, and I rate it 5/5 and recommend it to people who are also going through what Maddie had gone through, people who love mustaches, and people who love humor, but also heart.
    2 days ago
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