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What book do you think every 3rd, 4th, and 5th grader should read before they leave Lewis and Clark?

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Allie said…
I think every student should read the Ember series. I think that they should read the whole series because it's adventures. The Ember cities are really a really really unique series by how it's written. I really like how everything happens like a new adventure and challenge for them!
Anonymous said…
I think every student should read City of Ember before they leave Lewis and Clark. It's a fantastic book that I couldn't put down. Many people must agree with me because it was made into a movie. I'm looking forward to seeing the movie... I usually always like the book better than the movie. I wonder if that will be the case this time.
kal said…
A book that ALL 3rd,4th and 5th grader should read is, Crash by: Jerry Spinelli.
Anonymous said…
I think everybody should read as much Dav Pilky as possible before they leave Lewis and Clark. Captain Underpants and the Dumbbunnies is the bomb. LOL.
Andrew said…
I think every 3rd,4th and 5th grader should read the Calder Game by Blue Balliet.It has mystery,action,and suspense.
whitney said…
I think every student should read Mallory books they are the best books. The author is the best she is Lorie Friedmen so if you want to read abuot a kid book your on the right track just read MALLORY BOOKS!!!!!
Jessie said…
I think that every 3rd,4th, and 5th
graders should read at least one of the SHILOH books before they leave Lewis & Clark.
Melanie said…
I think that every stutent should read Drooling and Dangerous. Because it is very very very funny
Anonymous said…
I think evry 3rd 4th and 5th grader should read The sea of monsters because it has alot of similies and has good word choice.
Justen said…
I think every student in Lewis and Clark should read Counting on Grace. Because it takes place in about the 1800's about a girl (Grace) who works at a cotton mill at the age of fourteen, which was illegal at the time without the "proper papers". It's very interesting once you really get in to it. That's what happens with every book I read, and it should for you to. So keep reading on readers!
Caitlyn said…
I think everybody should read The Doll In The Garden.It is such a good ghost story and MYSTERY!!!!!
Jaxen said…
I think every student should read Bridge to Terabithia because it is an exciting and a great fiction book for young readers.
Abbie said…
I thank all 3,4 and 5 graders should read the Box Car series because they will probably inspire you to do good things.
Mitchell said…
I think every student should read World War II, because it tells when Hitler becomes chancelor to when the alone B-29 dropped the atomic bomb on Japan. It is an amazing non-fiction book!
Anonymous said…
I thing every student should read
Number the stars it is a great book for 3rd 4th and 5th graders it is about world war II and it is a great read outloud.
Anonymous said…
I thing every student should read For Freedom-the story of a french spy be for leaveing lewis & clark.
Mrs. Rosheim said…
You have made some great book suggestions for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders at LC. I hope that you will find one you haven't read and try it out! You never know, it may end up being your new favorite book.
Jaxen said…
I think every student should read Castle in the Attic.It is a great book for kids who like fantsy and imagery.
Morgan said…
A great book 3rd,4th,and 5th grader should read is A Wrinkle in Time. It is a funny and nerve racking adventure. It has awesome imagery and cool characters.
Miitchell said…
I think every 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade student should read Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets. The book is even better than the movie. This is an amazing book.
Whitney said…
My favorite book I have read this year is a powerful ficton book. It is the Lightning Thief it is a strong book. I recommend this book to alot of the great students in Lewis and Clark. It has great word choice and we all know that everyone can read it!!!
Grace said…
I think every 3rd ,4th and 5th grader should read No Talking before they leave Lewis and clark. Because it is very funny and exciting.
Andrew said…
I think every student should read IQ by Roland Smith. It is very exciting to read and keeps you on your toes as you turn every page. It's about a boy named Q that is the son of a famous rock band with Q's mom and his new step-dad and step-sister. Q and Angela or step-sister go on a secret mission.
Anonymous said…
I think every 3rd 4th 5th grader should read Danger in Quicksand Swamp
Anonymous said…
The very best book is... A Smart Girls Guide to Boys. -+
Andrew said…
Harry Potter because they're really interesting and fun. J.K. Rowling is awesome. She included wizardry and awesomeness into 7great novels.

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