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Moon Over Manifest – REVIEW

Moon Over Manifest – REVIEW

Mariah T., Reporter

June 13, 2018


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Moon Over Manifest by Clare Vanderpool is a Y/A historical fiction book that in my opinion is ethereal. It takes place during The Great Depression (1936) and World War I (1917-1918),  according to GoodReads. During World War I you follow the characters Jinx and Ned as Jinx tries to help the miners and Ned ser...

The Hate U Give – REVIEW

The Hate U Give – REVIEW

Kyra C., Reporter

June 13, 2018


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            The book “The Hate U Give” by Angie Thomas is an amazingly detailed book that tells the experience of a black girl named Starr Carter in High School.  She lives in a black community but, goes to a school with mostly white people. At her school she has two best friends Hayley and...

Salt to the Sea – REVIEW

Salt to the Sea  – REVIEW

Nick v., Reporter

June 13, 2018


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Salt to the Sea is a wonderful, well written book by Ruta Sepetys. The book Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys is a historical fiction book, and is about a group of refugees traveling from East Prussia to Nazi Germany. They have to cross Russian occupied territory to reach the German Port. They fac...

The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas – REVIEW

The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas – REVIEW

Anna P., Reporter

June 12, 2018


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This book is a wonderful book for young adults to connect and bring awareness to racism. It is for young adults because of the swearing and violence The main character Starr Carter tries to clear her black friend’s name after her friend was shot and killed by white police officer for no reason.  Starr...

Warriors: Into the Wild REVIEW

Warriors:  Into the Wild REVIEW

George H., Reporter

June 30, 2017


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Warriors: Into the Wild by Erin Hunter is a book about a house cat named Rusty who is curious about life in the forest. He has heard stories of fearsome wild cats who live in the forest from neighboring cats. He decides to leave his home to the forest, where he meets Graypaw, and is invited to join the...

Soldier Dog by Sam Angus REVIEW

Soldier Dog by Sam Angus REVIEW

Terrin R., Reporter

June 30, 2017


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A young boy named Stanley Ryder at the age of thirteen watches as his week old puppy Soldier gets drowned by his own father driving him to run away and lie about his age to join the military only to be assigned to a big strong hound named Bones, an ex-guard dog who wants to protect him on a rough ride ...

Fallen Book Review

Fallen Book Review

Kaleigh R., reporter

June 16, 2017


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Fallen by Lauren Kate is a 366-paged, slow paced, fantasy novel about fallen angels. Banished from the war between angels and devils, they are sentenced to spend their eternity on Earth. Daniel is a rebel angel:  the reason why the others are on Earth. He didn’t think a war between good and evil was...

Everything Everything Book Review

Everything Everything Book Review

Cate C., Reporter

June 15, 2017


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The book Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon, has been sweeping the nation and wowing all readers who pick up the book. Loved by some, disliked by others, the book tells a story of a teenage girl, Madeline, who’s allergic to the world, which means no normal teenage life. Then one day everythi...

The Diary of a Young Girl: To Be, Or Not To Be Banned?

The Diary of a Young Girl: To Be, Or Not To Be Banned?

Lindsay M., Reporter

June 9, 2017


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Have you ever heard of a book being banned? Seems pretty hard to believe, right? But nevertheless, some books are deemed to be inappropriate for kids. Many books that even you’ve heard of and loved as a little kid were banned! A few include Alice In Wonderland, Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You See?, Charli...

Book Review on The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

Trevor H., Team 3

June 14, 2016


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Genre:  Historical fiction What is death to you? Do you embrace it or fear it? Do you think words can really control people? In The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, death is more than just someone who collects the dead. Death narrates a story about a little girl named Liesel Meminger during the World...

Three Bird Summer by Sara St. Antoine

Rachael G., Team 3

June 14, 2016


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Genre:  Mystery/Fiction The book that I reviewed was named the Three Bird Summer by Sara St.Antoine. Every year Adam (the main character) and his mother go to visit his grandmother's rustic cabin on Three Bird Lake. He thought that it was going to be boring, since his father couldn't go. To his surprise...

Book Review: Matched

Book Review: Matched

Paige F., Team 3, Reporter

May 26, 2016


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Title: Matched Author: Ally Condle Genre: Science Fiction (Dystopian) “It’s All Chosen For You” Cassia lives in a society where the officials decide everything, your job, when you die, and who you marry. Cassia thought she was matched with Xander, but she gets confused when she sees ...

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