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review 2012-03-02 15:42
Anastasia: The Last Grand Duchess, Russia, 1914 (The Royal Diaries)
Anastasia: The Last Grand Duchess, Russia, 1914 - Carolyn Meyer Made me teary eyed while reading the last few pages of the true story of Grand Duchess Anastasia Romanov.
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review 2012-02-29 11:46
Bridge to Terabithia
Bridge to Terabithia - Katherine Paterson,Donna Diamond I read this in 5th Grade. It made me cry and I think that is why it has stuck with me. Books can be very powerful.
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review 2011-12-17 18:25
It's All Relative (Wizards of Waverly Place)
It's All Relative - Sarah Nathan Like most other novelizations of kiddie entertainment, this is an easily breezed through, simply written, yet still somewhat enjoyable novel. I haven't seen the episodes "It's All Relative!" is based on, though, so I can't comment as to how true it is to them. If you're looking for something to read quickly that doesn't require much thinking, or you're just a die-hard "Wizards of Waverly Place" addict, you'll probably like this. For those of us who are just mild to moderate fans of the magical Russos, it would probably be best to check this out from the library.
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review 2011-11-16 19:53
Wizards of Waverly Place #2: Haywire
Wizards of Waverly Place #2: Haywire - Beth Beechwood Juvenile novelizations of "family" movies and television shows are a rather interesting breed. Although there are some that are at least decent, many are either shoddily written (such as the abysmal literary versions of "Jingle All the Way" or "Jump In!") or have less content than the film or TV episode(s) that they're based on ("The Magic School Bus" TV tie-in books are a perfect example.) Usually, such literature seems to only be published for the media companies to keep raking in the dough. However, I didn't get that feeling from "Haywire," the second novelization of the Disney Channel sitcom "Wizards of Waverly Place." The writing was surprisingly good, and it even maintained the humor that makes the show funny. If you've got a fan of the Mouse House's wizarding family in your house, or even if you're one yourself, this is worth a look.
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review 2011-11-14 07:19
Marley: A Dog Like No Other. John Grogan
Marley: A Dog Like No Other. John Grogan - John Grogan Great book! Very funny, well written and that shouldn't be a surprise (an author is a journalist) but the whole concept of dog-adventure themes is great! Highest recommendations!
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