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Wonder, by R.J. Palacio

wonderReview by Sheel Pant

“I won’t describe what I look like. Whatever you’re thinking, it’s probably worse.”
-Auggie Pullman

August (dubbed Auggie), has gone through 27 facial surgeries. He starts his 5th grade year at Beecher Preparatory School. As this book says, he is ‘petrified’, since people might judge him on his appearance. Before he came to Beecher, he was homeschooled, since he had to have so many surgeries. Will Auggie hopefully make some friends, or will he be made the laughing stock of Beecher Prep?
Wonder is an amazing book, with role-models, real-life situations, happiness, sadness, and family. I would give this book 5 stars.

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The Battle of the Labyrinth, by Rick Riordan

Review by Sheel Pant Why didn’t I read this book when they came out? No clue. I just know that I loved the Percy Jackson series, especially this book and Rick Riordan writes the most unique and one-of-a-kind books. In beginning of summer, an outraged Percy is prepping for his high school orientation as a  […]

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Firefight, by Brandon Sanderson

Firefight, by Brandon Sanderson Review by Sal Meehan How far would you go to protect your true love? In the second book of the Reckoners series, David the main character, finds himself having to choose between his fellow humans, the Reckoners, or being with Megan, a.k.a Firefight, his true love. Megan is an Epic, who […]

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The Genius Files #2: Never Say Genius, by Dan Gutman

The Genius Files #2: Never Say Genius, by Dan Gutman Review by Dhruv Jhaveri Coke and Pepsi’s adventure continues in the next installment of The Genius Files. In this book, the McDonald’s drive from Spring Green, Wisconsin, all the way to Washington D.C. As they start stopping by museums and tourists attractions they find messages […]

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