Hermit Crabs by Sylvia Johnson

It was a good book and informational.  I have two hermit crabs so I needed some more info.

—submitted by Katie-Lyn R. (age 12)

Kristy’s Great Idea by Raina Telgemeir (the graphic novel)

It was a good book about 4 girls in the 7th grade and they want to start babysitting.  So they did.

—submitted by Katie-Lyn R. (age 12)

Boys Against Girls by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor (Hatfords & Malloys #3)

The war between the Hatford boys and the Malloy girls continues as the abaguchie comes into town.  The scary abaguchie was a surprising, yet funny twist in the story.

—submitted by Veronica P. (age 11)

*Veronica has read all 12 titles in this series.

The Girls Get Even by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor (Hatfords & Malloys #2)

The Hatford boys go camping and the girls follow them.  Then, at school neither the boys nor the girls were allowed to compete in the Halloween contest.  They weren’t allowed because they tried to destroy each others costumes.

—submitted by Veronica P. (age 11)

The Boys Start the War by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor (Hatfords & Malloys #1)

When the Malloy girls move in their best friend’s old house, the Hatford brothers are outraged the war was on.  This book was funny and I liked trying to guess what the next joke would be.

—submitted by Veronica P. (age 11)

Blink by Malcolm Gladwell

An interesting book on the subconscious mind.  It discussed how it is formed, manipulated, and what it’s influence is on people’s actions.  It included discussions with experts, surveys, and other data fields for research.

—submitted by David T. (age 15)

Resident Evil : Extinction

This is the continuing story of Alice Abernathy’s adventure.  We have followed her through books one and two of the series and now we continue.  Between battling her new found powers or battling the Umbrella corporation, Alice doesn’t have any time for herself.  To make her situation even more fun, Umbrella has released a new species containing a more updated version of the T-virius.  These monsters are next to impossible to kill.  As whacko scientists clone ALice’s to test out these enw found killers, the real Alice splits up from her team after learning that Umbrella is able to control her.  She finds that they will make her do anything, including killing one of her own team.

—submitted by Kathxleen (age 14)

Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer

I liked it a lot because there was a lot of action all the time.  I like the author and there area a lot of magical creatures and I like magic.

—submitted by Katie-Lyn R. (age 12)

Artemis Fowl; The Lost Colony by Eoin Colfer

Artemis Fowl is a 12-year-old boy who is a criminal master mind.

—submitted by Katie-Lyn R. (age 12)

Slam by Walter Dean Myers

It is about this basketball player who wins against Trinity.   He has a girlfriend named Mtisha.  in the end, he wins against his best friend’s team.

—submitted by Erin W. (age 12)