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Cinder
by Marissa Meyer

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Enjoyable characters because of their bravery and intelligence.

Antifreeze, leaf costumes, and other fabulous fish adaptations
by Laura Perdew

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We enjoyed loaning about new fish we didn't know.

Stick Dog Wants A Hot Dog
by Tom Watson

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Funny!!! I will continue to read this series! If you're looking for comedy and mischief, this is what to read!

Deck The Halls, We're Off The Walls
by Dan Gutman

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The games in the end are fun.

Cat Wishes
by Calista Brill

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Liked it.

Make Garbage Great: The Terracycle Family Guide to a Zero-Waste Lifestyle
by Tom Szaky

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Great resource for families about green living--really informative and full of insights about all kinds of materials like glass.

We Must Not Forget
by Deborah Hopkinson

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I am interested in the Holocaust and I like the stories inside this book.

My Hero Academia
by Kohei Horikoshi

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i like getting to know the characters. It has a good story.

Saha
by Cho Nam-Joo

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This review is based on an ARC of Saha which I received courtesy of NetGalley and the publisher (W.W. Norton & Co./Liveright). 2.5 stars Because I liked the writing, the pacing, and the general structure of this novel, I am going to offer major benefit of the doubt and say that confusion is on my part, not the author's. Maybe some essence was lost in translation. Maybe popular literature is different in Korea. Maybe I'm not in the right state of mind. In any case, Saha reads like a series of disjointed vignettes. Each chapter stars a resident of the Saha Estate, their stories often interconnecting to--I assume--form a bigger picture. For me, there wasn't a connection. It's possible that I wasn't invested enough in the characters to care, or delve into their relations. Again, Saha is blooming with fine literary merits, I just don't think it's the story for me.

The Lego Ideas Book
by Daniel Lipowicz

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I love seeing the pictures of the builds! I'm getting a LEGO set for myself to make and try out ideas!