The sequel to the book “The Summoning”, Chloe is on the run from people who want to use her power for evil. She is on the run from an under achieving sorcerer, an over achieving witch, and a werewolf with a temper the size of the Great Wall. Series: Darkest Powers #2
—N.D. (age 13)
The book was about a teenage girl who was lead to believe that she had Schizophrenia. She had the ability to communicate and raise the dead. The more common name is necromancer. Series: Darkest Powers #1
—N.D. (age 13)
I read The Hunger Games and I liked it. My favorite character was Peeta. The book ended like the next book would be better. It had action, violence, and some romance. I would recommend this book.
—B.Z. (age 12)
Katniss is a brave girl and is ready for the huunger games .just before the games begin Peeta confession that he is in love with her. Katniss wins the games and so does Peeta .
—J.A. (age 12)
In this book, a lighthouse keeper finds a baby floating in a wooden chest in the ocean. He takes her in a s his daughter, and decides to call her May. Years later after may has grown up,s he begins to learn truths about her life that have been kept hidden from her. She learns that the people who she had thought were her mother and father are not, she learns that the reason she feels so different is because she’s actually mermaid, she finds that she has two sisters, one of which she locates, and at the end she learns to accept herself. I enjoyed this book because I love mermaids and it taught the important lesson of accepting who you are, no matter what you are.
–R.S. (age 17)
This book was about aliens coming to Earth because their planet was destroyed by the Magadorians. They are the last hope to restoring life to their lost planet. The Magadorians come to Earth and hunt them, but due to a charm they can only hunt them in the order they were numbered. A boy who has recently changed his name to John Smith and moved to Ohio is next in line, he is number four. I enjoyed this book because it’s full of adventure.
—R.S. (age 17)
This last book was…hmmm…AWESOME!!! The drama, the action, the danger, it was almost too much. All the events from past books were neatly tied together and tossed about slightly in this GRAND FINALE.
–S.S. (age 12)
I thought it was really good. I liked the storyline and all the surprises and the challenges. I also liked the ending with Voldemort and Professor Moody. This is so far my favorite Harry Potter book.
–T.M. (age 12)
Cole Matthews has always been the person who everybody was afraid of. Now, after he has beat up Peter(who did nothing), he was thrown in jail. This time his parents won’t bail him out, so they are getting him to learn from his “mistake.” After some rehab and jail time, Cole has been accepted to Circle Justice. Circle Justice is a system in which it sorta replaces being in jail. It ”repays” the victim with replacing what was lost. In Cole’s case, Peter’s injuries are not repairable. The only problem, Cole doesn’t feel sorry for what he did. Instead, he feels that Peter should be the one punished. As for his punishment, Cole gets sent to an abandoned Alaskan island for a year. There are rumors of a Spirit Bear lurking in the area, but Cole thinks it’s a piece of junk. But then, Cole sees the bear.
–K.D. (age 13)
Two years ago, Flora and Ruby’s parents died, and now they are living with their grandmother in Camden Falls. Now, both girls are missing their parents more than ever. After Ruby was “snooping” in her grandmother’s drawers, she has broken a precious item from her mother. Flora then finds out about the occurrence and demands that Ruby tell their grandmother.The only problem… Ruby is just trying to cover up her mistake. Meanwhile, Nikki and Olivia notice that something is not right between the sisters, so they try to resolve the problem.
–K.D. (age 13)