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Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
by Bill Martin Jr

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This excellent book combines rhythm and rhyme to teach the A,B,Cs.

Im not going out there
by paul bright

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Sundown Motel
by Simone St James

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Slow to start for me but full of twists and ended great.

Gift of Grace
by Amy Clipston Amish

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Great book

I Knew You Could
by Craig Dorfman

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Good book

Robot Dog
by mark oliver

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The Last Olympian
by Rick Riordan

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This final installment of the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series is packed with both exciting battles and heartfelt character moments that come together to make it a hilarious, satisfying conclusion to the series as a whole. While all of Rick Riordan's books are must-reads, this one is especially suspenseful and will keep kids on the edge of their seats right up until the end (although it is recommended to read the other four books in the series first).

Duck And Goose
by Tad Hills

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love it. So silly and fun

One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish
by Dr Seuss

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I really liked it. It was funny.

Mark Of Athena
by Rick Riordan

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This third book in the Heroes of Olympus series is definitely the best one. Mark of Athena masterfully mixes old characters and concepts from the Percy Jackson series with new protagonists and mythology to create an amazing original story. Written from the perspective of four different characters, this story takes readers from San Francisco to Rome and has delightful stops along the way that highlight the history of the regions. While it is a long book (almost 600 pages), it is an exciting page turner that will keep you engaged. (This book is gold for ages 9-13, but it would be a good idea to read the Percy Jackson series first).