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May Bird and the Ever After by Jodi Lynn Anderson

may bird and the ever after

It is a very exiting book about a live human in the dead world.

Reviewed by KatherineĀ entering grade 5

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Student Book Review: A Dozen Fairy Dresses by Tennant Redbank

Student Book Review:  A Dozen Fairy Dresses by Tennant Redbank

Hem and her friends are fairies. Hem likes to sew. She sewed dresses for her friends because they were going to a party. After she made all those dresses she got so tired she forgot to make her own dress. She saw scraps from the flowers she used to make her friends’ dresses. What will she wear? Will she make it to the party?

Reviewed by Ella, entering grade 1

Student Book Review: Warriors: The Fourth Apprentice by Erin Hunter

I kind of like this book. It was an interesting topic. Then again, Erin Hunter always writes interesting topics. This book was about three cats that have special powers. They thought there was a drought, but really beavers were blocking the stream into their lake. So the cats had to work together.

People who like fantasy adventure would like this book because it is exactly that: fantasty and adventure.

Reviewed by Kyle, entering grade 5

Student Book Review: Fablehaven by Brandon Mull

Student Book Review: Fablehaven by Brandon Mull

When Kendra and Seth are forced to stay with their grandfather while their parent are on a cruise, they discover he owns a preserve for mythical creatures. But their wondrous place is not as safe as it seems. Why? Read it and find out!

I liked this book because it had the subject of something we donā€™t think exists. I would recommend this book to Harry Potter and Percy Jackson fans.

Reviewed by a boy, entering grade 5