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A Wrinkle in Time, by Madeleine L’Engle

Review by Sheel Pant
A Wrinkle in Time is about a girl named Meg Murry, and her small brother Charles Wallace. Their father had gone missing during a government lab experiment called tesseract. They wake up in the middle of the night, and rush to the kitchen. And, to their own surprise, their mom was also awake. A moment later a strange figure by the name of Mrs. Whatsit, had entered the Murry’s house. She then, asks the Murry children to come with her. They meet a woman by the name of Mrs. Who, and chat with this woman. Then, they meet a woman named Mrs. Which, who not figuratively is a witch. To spill out more would ruin the reader’s curiosity for Madeleine L’engle’s strange book, A Wrinkle in Time.
I like how the author sets down the story at the right time. The author makes the book very interesting to read with witty comments, character strengths, and a decent storyline. This book has amazing jokes and funny character lines. With 5 stars, A Wrinkle in Time soars.

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Wonder Woman: Warbringer, by Leigh Bardugo

Review by Mrs. Collins If you, like me, took the new Wonder Woman movie as an opportunity to become (re)acquainted with the Wonder Woman mythology and story, and found yourself delighted, you will also enjoy this story. Although key elements (which I shall not divulge here) of her story are different from the movie, I […]

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Matilda, by Roald Dahl

Review by Sheel Pant Matilda is the story of a 4 year old girl named Matilda Wormwood who is far too smart for 1st Grade. When a person like her can knock-off double digit multiplication problems off her head, and read Charles Dickens at her age, you know she is not an average student. But […]

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Schooled, By Gordon Korman

Review by Sheel Pant When Capricorn Anderson’s (Cap) hippie grandmother Rain breaks her hip, he has no choice but to go to the public school, and stay with a social worker, and her cranky teen daughter. But when Zach Powers, big man on campus spots Cap, he is thinking of presenting him to the age-old […]

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