Reviews by Ish
Good Book
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The Multiplying Menace Divides, by Pam Calvert, is a good book. In the book, the prince, Peter, must stop Matilda the witch, and Rumpelstiltskin from destroying the kingdom. They plan on doing so by using the multiplying and dividing sticks to change the whole kingdom into different things. For example, some of the soldiers at the castle have turned into frogs! Join the prince in stopping the pair by reading this book. I would recommend it to ages 5-9 readers who are learning multiplication, division, and entering fractions.

Submitted by Mrjag
Violent Book
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Day of Doom, by David Baldacci, is a violent book. In this book, Amy and Dan rush to deliver the last ransom asked for by Vesper One, who is holding most of their family prisoner. After delivering it, they must race against time to find out where Vesper One is hiding. While doing so, they must stay away from Isabel Kabra. This last book of Cahills versus Vespers is an exciting novel as the siblings quest to destroy Vesper One forever. I would recommend this book to ages 10-16 book readers.

Submitted by Mrjag
Amazing Book!!!!!!!
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The Candymakers, by Wendy Mass, is an amazing book. In the book, there is a contest to create the best candy. The book goes through 4 different points of view from Logan, the candymaker's son, to Philip, the son of a mysterious very wealthy businessman. There are many secrets that are being hidden. Why is Philip acting mysteriously? Why does Daisy always read her romance novel? Why does Logan have scars on his face and arms? Why is Miles allergic to so many things? Find out by reading this stupendous book. I would recommend it to ages 9-15 book lovers.

Submitted by Mrjag
Awesome Book!
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The Phantom Tollbooth, by Norton Juster, is a good book. It is an amazing novel of action and adventure. The book is about a bored kid named Milo who does not know what to do with himself. He thinks life is useless. That all changes when Milo receives a mysterious package with a tollbooth inside. Past it, he reaches a new world. There he goes off to save the two princesses, Rhyme and Reason. On the way, his attitude about the world changes. I liked The Phantom Tollbooth. It was humorous in many ways. For example, it was funny when the trio met the Everpresent Wordsnatcher. He is an ugly bird. When Milo shouts, "Wait!" after he flies away, the annoying bird replies, "34 pounds!". The Phantom Tollbooth is also exciting when the three are running away from the Terrible Trivium. It is an amazing novel of action and adventure. You should definitely read this book. I would recommend it to ages 7-12 fantasy lovers.
submitted by Mrjag
Awesome book
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In this book, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, by J.K. Rowling, Harry has to find out who is behind petrifying certain kids at Hogwarts. At first, people think it is Harry himself, but when Hermione, Harry's friend, is also petrified, they give up their theory. Harry has to find out who is behind this mess before everyone at Hogwarts is petrified, including Harry, too! As Harry later finds out,this might have something to do with a snake called the basilisk, and even the villain,Lord Voldemort himself! Read this amazing book to find out! I loved it!