This is a very fun book about five kids who play a role playing game. They eventually start to grow up and apart, but not before something amazing happens…
This is a very exciting book. I would recommend it to fans of role playing games like dungeons and dragons. There are no bad words or topics either, so younger kids will have fun with this book too.
Jennifer L. Holm
This book is very versatile and made me laugh at some points and cry at others. I loved how silly it is, but it also totally made sense in different ways that you would think. I would highly recommend this book to anyone, but if you read the fourteenth goldfish, you will like this.
Another one of Andrew Clement’s classics! This book teaches the dangers of fads at school, and how they can cause major fights, physically and mentally. It also shows how you have to communicate with your friends how you feel to foster friendships. This was a really fun book to read, Just like all of Andrew Clements’ books!
This book shows that even though you might think you aren’t being a bully, or even though you think bullying is the worst, you might be doing it unknowingly. This book warns you of the dangers of cyberbullying. No bad language or anything, but a lot of “texting language.”
Jake Burt weaves an imaginative and hilarious story in this book, and I could not put it down. No bad language but some violence. Other than that, this book is amazing! I would recommend this book to fans of books about orphans finding their place and government cover-ups.
By James Patterson
Norbert and friends are hilarious and definitely NOT normal. This story is imaginative and genuinely made me laugh. I would recommend this book for fans of all of James Patterson’s other books.