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What is your favorite book that you have read this school year and what makes that book so fantastic?

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mitchell said…
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Martin said…
My favorite book I have read this year is Time For Andrew because it is really cool how Drew(A boy from our time) saves Andrew ( Aboy from 1910) from diptheria and gets to be a boy in 1910 for a little while and when Drew returns to his own time he meets Andrew as an old man.
moira said…
My favorite book that I have read so far this year is actrully one I am reading right now. It is called Lord of the Rings The fellowship ogf the Ring! I have seen the movies and they just inspired me by the adventure they give throughout the book and movie!!!!
Anonymous said…
My favorite book is Cryptid Hunters because it's exciting.
Anonymous said…
My favorite book is Moon Shadow. Because it is about horses and it's sorta adventures when the foal gets out two times and then they win a 5th place in the All Breeds Horse Show!It is wonderful in the ending when they see the foal will be healthy enough to live with her.
Anonymous said…
My favorite book is Fairies of Nutfolk Wood, I enjoy this book because it's a magical fairy tale about a girl my age who has a lot on her mind. this book has alot of emotion. read it today because you've been missing out on something great
Jordan said…
My favorite book is Fudge A Mainia because it is very funny and it has good word choice.
Justen said…
My favorite books are the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series by Rick Riordan. I think they are fantastic because they're hilarious and epic at the same time. I've finished all the books and I recommend them toevery kid every where.
Allie said…
My favorite book is still Moon Shadow I just love that book! Moon Shadow I think is adventures of a girl and wild mustangs. I think the most interesting part of her life is that she can keep the foal. After all of the troubles they let her keep the motherless wild mustang foal as her own. I also love it because it's about horses and I'm horse crazy!
Sami said…
I have read lot's of books this year but I think Cool Moonlight would be my favorite.Cool Moonlight
is an awsome book because it is really ecxiting .It's also discribes really well it makes you want to get in the book and meet her friends and see what's in the bag.
Anonymous said…
My favorite book is the Wright 3 bcause it takes you on an adventure,and has alot of clif hangers. The book is about 3 kids who are trying to solve a mystery of an old house that was built in 1909. Can they save the beautiful Robie house or will they fail and have the house be demolished.Read The Wright 3 to find out!
Cammie said…
My favorite book that I have read this year is Small Steps;The Year I Got Polio. It is about a teenager who got polio. Back then they did not have shots to give so she had to live with it. Her friends that shared a room with her did not live. Peggy was very lucky that she lived and that she was able to walk
jessie said…
My favorite book out of all the books in the libary is POPPY because it is a book about a mouse who does big things!
Anonymous said…
My favorite book is Summer Ball by Mike Lupica.It's about a boy named Danny Walker that goes to a big time basketball camp.
Emily said…
My favorite book is The Million Dollar Putt because a blind golfer hangs out with some so called friends and makes a bet to see who could hit the ball the farthest.Read this great book to find out what happens you won`t be able to put it down.
Aaron said…
My favorite book is a biography about Mark Macgwire. It is really fun to read.
Anonymous said…
My favorite book that I have read this school year is Deep, Dark, Dangerous by Mary Downing Hahn. I love this book because it is very suspenseful, scary and funny. It is a very good book. My teacher started reading it to us and I went home and read the whole thing that night. That is how good it is. I highly reccomended this book!
Jaxen said…
My favorite book is Bridge to Treabithia, because two kids make up an imaginary land and they are the king and queen of the land.But the sad part is.......well your have to read it.
Mrs. Rosheim said…
You have listed a great bunch of books! I hope other kids will read your suggestions and pick one up. Keep your recommendations coming!
Jordan said…
My favorite I have read this year is Tales of a 4th Grade Nothing. Because it is very good! I LOVED it!!
Melanie said…
My favorite book is Double Identity because it has awsome word choice.
Anonymous said…
My favorite book is Finest Kind because, it tells the life about a thirteen year old and how his family has a secret. It also tells all the trouble on how they're keeping the secret hidden! The secret is in the book.
Andrew said…
I am reading the Blind Side. It's about this upper class southern family that finds this kid on the street and tries him out for football. He is so good that he gets a scholarship to the University of Mississippi and from there goes to the NFL. He now plays for the Baltimore Ravens.

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