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Reviewed kids’ books.

The Dark Lady by Akala #BookReview

A PICKPOCKET WITH AN EXCEPTIONAL GIFTA PRISONER OF EXTRAORDINARY VALUEAN ORPHAN HAUNTED BY DREAMS OF THE MYSTERIOUS DARK LADY Henry is an orphan, an outsider,…

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Doctor Who: The Maze of Doom by David Solomons #BookReview

An ancient artifact buried deep within the TARDIS leads the Doctor back to London, where a deadly predator prowls the tunnels beneath the city.As the…

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Bloom by Kenneth Oppel #BookReview

The first book in bestselling author Kenneth Oppel’s explosive new trilogy It was just rain. But after the downpour, odd black plants begin to shoot…

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Jinxed by Amy McCulloch #BookReview

Lacey Chu has big dreams of becoming a companioneer for MONCHA, the largest tech firm in North America and the company behind the  “baku” – a…

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Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky by Kwame Mbalia #BookReview

Seventh-grader Tristan Strong feels anything but strong ever since he failed to save his best friend when they were in a bus accident together. All…

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The Cursed Coin by Culliver Crantz #BookReview

Are you afraid of everything? Well RJ is. Good thing his little sister, Shelly, isn’t scared of anything because the creepy mansion at the end…

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Timothy Mean and the Time Machine by William A E Ford and Marcelo Simonetti #BookReview

With Timothy Mean’s amazing imagination and time machine, anything and anywhere is possible! Join Timothy on a magical rhyming adventure as he skips through time…

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Miley McMeteor and the Lost Dog On Mars by Blake Wiers #BookReview

LIFE ON MARS IS PRETTY GOOD–EXCEPT FOR THE NO PETS POLICY Like most Martians in the year 2184, Miley McMeteor has a way around the…

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The Falcon’s Feather by Trudi Trueit #BookReview

Cruz, Sailor, and Emmett, along with their new ally Bryndis, embark on their first globe-trotting mission aboard the ship Orion. Cruz jumps right back into school…

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Ollie Oxley and the Ghost: The Search for the Lost Gold by Lisa Schmid #BookReview

Twelve-year-old Ollie Oxley is moving — again. His mom is starting another new job, this time at the Bingham Theater in Granite City, California. Moving…

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