This series is amazing. It is full of wisdom about equality and finding your place, and it is a very exciting book. The first book is called Seraphina, and the second is called Shadow Scale. There is also a third one that focuses on Seraphina’s stepsister, but I would not recommend it for anyone younger than 16. Seraphina is about a medieval world populated by dragons who can disguise themselves as humans. It is kind of complicated, but very interesting. I would recommend this book to fans of Eragon or other dragon books.
Andy Griffiths and terry Denton
This is sort of for younger readers but it still makes me laugh! A younger reading level and crude humor, but funny nonetheless. (Not crude in an inappropriate way, just crude in a explosions and other dumb stuff way.) This story is about 2 kids who live in a treehouse, and every book they add another 13 stories. I remember loving this book in 2nd grade, and I still do now.
This series is silly and relatable (Not in the most likely way). It is fun to read and definitely another successful collaboration between Chris Grabenstein and James Patterson! I really loved these books, and if you are interested in robots of all kinds, you will love it too!
Super exciting and fast paced, I cannot wait for the next one to come out! These books are fun and the main character is really funny! I would recommend this book to fans of Ghostbusters and books with unlikely heroes.
A super exciting and fun book! This book dives deeper into the origins of fairy tales and is super funny and great to read! Colfer does a great job with character development and he has a great imagination, as we can see by the whole storyline!
These books are funny and educational. It talks a lot about scientific discoveries relating to neanderthals in a fun way! I would recommend this book to fans of science and the stone age.