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Get Lost Book Review-Podcast Episode 6- One Hundred Cupboards by N. D. Wilson

Get Lost Book Review-Podcast Episode 6- One Hundred Cupboards by N. D. Wilson

    Hey, guys! Today I have a review on N. D. Wilson’s One Hundred Cupboards. This is a fantastic fantasy novel. If you are interested you can check it out here: https://www.amazon.com/100-Cupboards-Bk/dp/0375838821/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1521633990&sr=8-1&keywords=n.+d.+wilson  Enjoy!   (Warning- review includes spoilers.)

Inkheart: A Review By Micah

Inkheart: A Review By Micah

Meggie’s father has an amazing gift. When he reads aloud  the characters from the story come to life, literally. One night while reading from the book InkHeart, he reads out an evil ruler and his men. Meggie must learn how to harness the magic used in order to put things right again, or suffer greatly. I loved this book. I thought that Cornelia Funke did a great job of making the characters realistic and relatable. The InkWorld series has three books:…

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The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle– a Review by Micah

The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle– a Review by Micah

 Where to begin… This is a wonderful coming of age, mystery, suspense, and even slightly historical novel by Avi. This book takes place in the summer of 1832. Charlotte Doyle is thirteen and has been living at Barrington School for Better Girls in Liverpool, England. She is excited to return home to her family in Providence, Rhode Island. But things start to go terribly wrong; for starters the two families that were supposed to accompany her on the journey mysteriously…

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Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson: A review by Micah.

Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson: A review by Micah.

This is my review of the book Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson. This is a beautifully written book about the life of a young African-American girl, Jacqueline Woodson, growing up in South Carolina and New York City in the 1960’s and 70’s. In vivid and eye opening poetry, Jacqueline Woodson gives a glimpse into her life growing in a country torn by prejudice and racism. The young Jacqueline is torn between two homes and two lives- her life in Greenville, South…

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