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The Bubble Boy
By Stewart Foster

10/10

I read this book years ago but I might as well spread the word. The book is an absolutely amazing story about a boy who was born with a condition in which is immune system does not work properly so he would get seriously ill. However, he is put into a bubble (not a literal one but like a ball) for his life and longs to do great things. Don't want to spoil it for you but I highly recommend it. Also, if you like it, Stewart Foster has a new book released called All The Things That Could Go Wrong.

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Anne of Green Gables 10/10

It has a great storyline, not a long book, but not a short book. There are no boring holding spaces, but the beginning may be a bit boring. I recommend it 100%!

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FluffyTorpedo FluffyTorpedo · 4mo · Edited

Life of Pi 9.5/10

It was really interesting and a lot of things about it i really liked, i like how Piscine(im pretty sure) or Pi had to go through the obstacles and stuff when he was out on the ocean, i like how they added the tiger when he was stuck out at sea, they added good enough action and things which was really cool, i felt like it was too boring during the beginning as most of the good stuff was when he was at sea. It was totally worth reading the book, all 100 Chapters and 400 pages (i HIGHLY recommend it)

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Bravelands - Broken Pride 9/10

Possibly one of my favourite books by Erin Hunter, the new series is off to a strong start. The book focuses on three characters: Fearless, a lion cub who's father was killed by an enemy lion, after cheating and taking his place as the leader of the pride, and trying to kill Fearless too, but narrowly escaping. Thorn, a baboon and a great friend of Fearless, who lets Fearless stay with him in his tribe. And Sky, an elephant who can read the bones of the dead, who meet Fearless and Thorn later in the story. This book is also very mysterious, and has plot twist near the end that I didn't expect. It's very entertaining, and it's hard to put the book down the second you pick it up, for there is always something happening. It does however, have some parts that are similar to the lion king, but it isn't the same story. It's its own thing. However overall, it's an amazing book that is very well written, and I look forward to see the series continue. I'd definitely recommend it, especially to those who are a fan of the warriors series.

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Gravity Falls Journal 3
8/10
If you've seen the show, then this book may make more sense to you. It's a replica of the one from the show but with some pages that weren't shown in the TV show. I honestly like the Ford pages than the Dipper and Mabel pages.

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Thaphowl Thaphowl · 6mo · Edited

Bunnicula 8/10
It's a good story. I like the characters, the little slow but likeable dog Harold, the high alert cat Chester, and Bunnicula. Bunnicula doesn't have much personality since the story focuses more on Harold and Chester. I also like the Monroe family they live with, even if they aren't shown as much either. I think Harold and Chester have very good roles, Harold is good for humor as well as someone who can be friends with the bunny. Chester is high alert and thinks the bunny is up to something, especially when white vegetables start appearing.
The story is also good. Basically the Monroe family finds a bunny at the movie theater, so they adopt it and the two other pets want to study it since Chester doesn't trust Bunnicula. Harold befriends the rabbit while Chester gets punished for doing weird stuff when trying to catch the rabbit. I don't see much wrong here.
It's a good story I recommend. I give it a 8 since the future stories are a bit better and Bunnicula didn't develop character as much. Check it out if you want!

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No one is here.... Hmmm... Do I get a prize for being second place?

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Anonymous Anonymous · 7mo

There will be a book how I was first on this category, and then I will review it.

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