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Pete The Cat Books
by James Dean

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Twinkle twinkle little star makes me happy!

Stick Dog Crashes A Party
by Tom Watson

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This book was funny because Edith (the cat) hopped on the cake and that stick dog unplugged the lights!!

Last Kids On Earth Midnight Blade
by Douglas Holgate

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i think it is funny and adventures if you like zombies

The Last Time I Lied
by Riley Sager

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Slow start but the payoff is solid.

Spiderwick Chronicles
by Holly Black

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Fun!

Angle Of Repose
by Wallace Stegner

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"Angle of Repose" is historical fiction, but based on a real woman's letters set mostly in the American West in the last part of the 1800's. The main voice comes from the wife of a civil engineer who is working on mining and irrigation in Idaho and Colorado. Susan is also an illustrator and magazine writer and sends her observations back East for publication. This is a wonderful portrait of Susan, an educated, independent woman from NY state and her marriage, struggles and daily life with the harsh and often lonely West. This novel is set in a time when there are rapid changes in the West, It won the Pulitzer for a reason!

Chasing Vermeer
by Blue Balliett

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Chasing Vermeer Chasing Vermeer is about 3 people who get a mysterious letter. Two people, Petra and Calder, who live normal lives, but they are unique in different ways. Calder uses penteminoes, 12 pieces that make shapes and can be used as a mathematical puzzle. One day, Petra sees a woman writing in her dreams, and it sometimes feels like it is talking to her. She also gets a book called ‘Lo!’ by Charles Fort, who talks about mysterious things and how they are connected in ways that scientists can’t see. Petra and Calder have random conversations, and become friends. In class, they have been learning about Vermeer, a dutch painter. Calder also has talked with Ms. Sharpe, and learned about His Geographer’s Box. In the news, they hear that A Lady Writing, the painting by Vermeer and the image that Petra saw, was stolen. They work together to find it, since the FBI can’t. They found out that the main criminal was “Old Fred, who married Zelda, Calder’s other friend’s mother. His actual name was Glitter Man, a man with a crime streak. Calder and Petra go on a news report and tell the story, but not the whole story, because they don’t think the world is ready for it. The painting makes it safely to where it belongs. The End!

Dog Man
by Dav Pilkey

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It was awsome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The 39 Clues Book 1
by Gordon Korman

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I like the mystery and action.

But First We Nap
by David Miles

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but first, we nap!


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