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    By Cynthia Lord
    Over 2 years ago
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    . This is about a 10-11 year old girl named Winnie, who wants to run away. So, she wanders off into the family's wood, where she ends up to a place where she sees a teenage boy, drinking water. His name is Jesse. He says she shouldn't drink the water, and manages to pull her away. We later find out that the water is like a youth fountain, but in this case makes you live forever. Jesse drank it because he already drank it before with his family. Tuck regrets drinking it, and Jesse is delighted. Winnie gets kidnapped by them in a friendly way, and then his mom, Mae, and his brother, Miles, come with a horse and take her back to their small cottage. Before all of this, a strange man who is called, "The Man in the Yellow Suit", is very suspicious around them, and of course that is where all the trouble occurs. The man follows them home, and steals their horse. The Man in The Yellow Suit takes Winnie. Then Mae does something to save her. This is a really good book. I would probably rate it 4.5 stars out of 5. Read it,and recommend it to any one who wants to read stories with a plot twist.
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    By Natalie Babbitt
    Over 2 years ago
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    This book is about a young girl named Carmen. There was a molasses/syrup company and they need space for all the molasses, and build a giant tank for it. One day the people that live by the tank start hear noises. So they report it to the company many times, but they ignore it. Soon the tank explodes sending 24 foot waves of molasses every where destroying every think in it's path. Carmen gets sucked under a giant wave and finally feels safe, but another wave comes. This is a great book because i teaches you about The Great Molasses Flood of 1919, but also is an exciting book.
    Over 2 years ago
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    Justin loses his brother, Kyle, in Afghanistan, but in losing his brother he gains a best friend in the form of Max,his brother's military service dog. Max is suffering from Kyle's loss and is no longer able to do his job overseas, and the only human he can connect with and without one with is Justin. What follows is a strong bond between human and canine as both deal with the loss of Kyle and figure out what led to his death.
    Over 2 years ago
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    nick21dogdo's book review was featured in The Boys Who Challenged Hitler: Knud Pedersen and the Churchill Club (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)).
    It’s Odense, Denmark in 1940. Denmark has just been invaded by nazi Germany. Knud Pedersen, his brother Jens and cousin Hans Jørgen decide to create a resistance group. They decide to name it the RAF Club. My favourite character is of course the hero, Knud since the author writes about what Knud's thoughts were during each situation since this book was in collaboration with him. It clearly details everything in Knud’s remarkable journey. This books gives great insight on this remarkable story. Knud really shows how he did not like the brutal Germans and wanted them gone. I thoroughly recommend this book for all readers, especially tweens since they are mature enough to understand the story properly but learn about WWII in a story-like form.
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    It’s Odense, Denmark in 1940. Denmark has just been invaded by nazi Germany. Knud Pedersen, his brother Jens and cousin Hans Jørgen decide to create a resistance group. They decide to name it the RAF Club. My favourite character is of course the hero, Knud since the author writes about what Knud's thoughts were during each situation since this book was in collaboration with him. It clearly details everything in Knud’s remarkable journey. This books gives great insight on this remarkable story. Knud really shows how he did not like the brutal Germans and wanted them gone. I thoroughly recommend this book for all readers, especially tweens since they are mature enough to understand the story properly but learn about WWII in a story-like form.
    Over 2 years ago

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