Check out some of their reviews of books in their favorite genres!
The Giver by Lois Lowry
Reviewed by SophieM
Jonah lives in a society where your family is matched up for you, as is you future job and life. Jonah is happy until he receives his job. As receiver he must bear all the bad memories of the community. He also must do it alone. As he progresses he learns things, dangerous secrets, secrets that lead him to question everything he has ever believed.
Holes by Louis Sachar
Reviewed by EWC
Everyone knows that Stanley Yelnats spelled backward is Stanley Yelnats, so what's the big deal? Actually, it's a big deal. It is amazing that Sachar can make up so many different stories and combine them all together to make a book. I can't even keep track of the stories! Sachar adds comedy and suspense into his book, and I'm very happy that they also made a movie of the book.
Zita the Spacegirl by Ben Hatke
Reviewed by michaeljn
My favorite science fiction book is Zita The Space Girl. It is a book about a girl who goes through a portal to an alien planet that is about to be destroyed by a meteor. An alien steps on the devise that creates the portal and it needs to be fixed. She has to stop the meteor from destroying the planet and leave or else she is done for.
Reviewed by cloudster101
Will Sparrow's mom ran away and his dad sold him away. He worked in an inn but ran away as a criminal. He meets new friends and enemies, has fun adventures, and changes his criminal ways.
- All in All 10 in 10 a fun adventure for kids any age.