I’ll Be There is my favorite book. I love it! It is a classic love story about a girl who meets a guy but the guy, Sam, has a really terrible past. His father abducts the him and they need rescuing. The story goes in a lot of places including a cliff in a national park. :) BUT! There’s a beautiful ending. Sam gets to spend a lot of time with the girl, Emily. It’s just a BEAUTIFUL book. The author is great too. Her other books are also amazing. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND!
I'll Be There by Holly Goldberg Sloan Grades: 6th - 8th Reviewed by Chloe A. Tags: friendship, mystery, romance, tear-jerker
This book was so amazing. It is about a girl who was born in the late 1700's. An old woman warns Addie that if she prays to the gods after dark there will be serious consequences. One day she does it out of desperation. She asks for more time in the world. The gods gift her with immortality but after you meet her you immediately forget her. 300 years later a boy remembers her. The book starts of pretty slow but it picks up very fast. The book is a romance mixed with history. This book is definitely for ages 14+ because of mature scenes.
The invisible life of Addie Larue by VE Schwab Grades: 7-8 reviewed by: Ava tags: historical fiction, romance
I like this book because it makes me smile. This book is about a girl that gets her brother taken away by murder crows into the so called "impassable wilderness"(i.w.) by the way nobody has come out when they venture in. Then she realizes what has to be done. She has to find her brother. And with this she leaves with her school friend. Can she get there in time? Can she save her brother? read to find out.
Wildwood by Colin Meloy Grades 4-7 Tags: adventure, animals, fantasy Reviewed by Frankie
It is a mix between an adventure of a high school kid and a legendary basketball player that no one has heard of before and the high school kid in basketball games. The mystery part is figuring out who the legendary player is.
True Legend by Mike Lupica Grades 4-7 Tags: adventure, mystery, sports Reviewed by Sammy M.
Resistance is a book about Chaya, a 16 year old courier in 1943. Chaya starts out as just a courier, trying to smuggle food, blankets, and even kids out of ghettos. However, after one fateful night she gets separated from her group of fighters. Now she must find a way to not only survive but avenge the Nazis for all they've took from her. It's not just about survival, it's about staying alive in order to keep fighting the Nazis.
Resistance by Jennifer A. Nielsen Grades 4-7 Tags: adventure, historical fiction Reviewed by Lila D.
I just finished this book and it was really good. It's super interesting and fun, even though it's not too fast-paced. It has some really cool futuristic ideas that I think lots of kids will think are awesome! It's an AMAZING book.
The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet by Becky Chambers Grades: 7&8 Tags: science fiction Reviewed by Dimitri
In the midst of World War Two, both Margo and Haruko are imprisoned in the Crystal City Family Internment Camp. Both girls’ fathers were convicted of crimes they swore they did not commit, and both families are being held against their will. Other than their shared circumstances, the two girls have nothing in common. As pressure builds up within the camp, they begin to realize that no one can be trusted, including each other. For fans of World War Two novels, The War Outside is the story of camaraderie, trust, and survival that will keep readers on their feet throughout the entire story.
The War Outside Grades: 6th, 7th, 8th Tags: Historical Fiction Reviewed by: Dylan D.