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Teen Book Review — Bat 6


Title: Bat 6

Author: Virginia Euwer Wolff

Review: This book is a great book because it shows that consequences
can happen when you don’t be respectful and polite. It teaching that
violence is not the answer, and it sets a good example for girls my
age because once they read this book they will know that bad things
can happen when you use violence and when being mean.

This review was written by a sixth grader!

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Teen Book Review — Moonglass


Title: Moonglass

Author: Jessi Kirby

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: It was a really good book, really relateable with the main character, Anna, who has to move to a different town, but doesn’t want to, and end up loving the town anyways. This is the kind of book that you could relax with, and personally I couldn’t put it down.

This review was written by an 11th grader.

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Teen Book Review — Hit-Monkey Year of the Monkey


Title: Hit-Monkey Year of the Monkey

Author: Daniel Way

Stars (out of 5): 1

Review: i thought that it would be better . i thought that the charter would be more better and out going but they were just chaseing each other and acting like zombies and i didnt like the whole plot of the story. i thought that it was unrealistic.

This review was written by an 8th grader.

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Teen Book Review — Fathers and Sons


Title: Fathers and Sons

Author: Ivan Turgenev

Stars (out of 5): 3

Review: This was a required summer reading book that I enjoyed more than I thought I would. The story of nihilist Bazarov and his faithful admirer Arkady depicts Russian society in the 1860s but upon further reflection I found that the themes apply to my life today. The ideas of skepticism and the desire to fit in somewhere are universal and Turgenev does a wonderful job portraying this.

This review was written by a 12th grader.

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Teen Book Review — Ominous


Title: Ominous

Author: Kate Brian

Stars (out of 5): 4

Review: This suspenseful novel is one in a series of many books. The plot is very unrealistic and far-fetched but the characters are so relatable that the book is impossible to put down.

This review was written by a 12th grader.

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Teen Book Review — Chosen


Title: Chosen

Author: P.C. and Kristin Cast

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: This book was really good. It is part of a series so you have to read the first 2 books. I think the seres is awesome. If you like vampires and really cool intense plots this book would be great for you. Best vampire book i have read in my whole life. Hope you read this book and ENJOY!!!

This review was written by a 9th grader.

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Teen Book Review — Niner


Title: Niner

Author: Theresa Martin Golding

Stars (out of 5): 4

Review: This book was really good. It had a really good plot and played with peoples emotions very well. This book made you feel so sad for Macey because of everything that has happened to her. I would recommend this book to kids my age and even kids a younger. It is a very touching book and i think kids would enjoy it.

This review was written by a 9th grader.

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Teen Book Review — The Hunger Games


Title: The Hunger Games

Author: Suzanne Collins

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: This book was so good i cant wait to read the other two books!!!!!!!

This review was written by a 9th grader.

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Teen Book Review — The Black Book of Buried Secrets


Title: The Black Book of Buried Secrets

Author: Rick Riordan

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: For centuries, the branches of the Cahill family have kept their secrets within their branch. In the Black Book of Buried Secrets all is revealed. Sharing the branches’ secrets is the only way to help prepare themselves against their dangerous families.

This review was written by a 7th grader.

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Teen Book Review — Payback


Title: Payback

Author: James Heneghan

Stars (out of 5): 4

Review: Its a very sad story and it makes you want to go to the book and help the kid out and his parents and especially Benny’s family

This review was written by a 9th grader.

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