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Pocahontas and the Strangers (Scholastic Biography)
3.70
it was ok
We read this for the PageTurners book discussion group at my library. I have a problem with books that claim to be "biographies" with full conversatio ...more
Dec 2007
Dec 07, 2007
 
My Side of the Mountain (Mountain, #1)
4.03
really liked it
We read this for the Page Turners (pre-teen and parent book discussion) and I really enjoyed it. A few points were mentioned at the discussion ~ no me ...more
Jan 2008
Dec 11, 2007
 
The Tale of Despereaux
4.00
really liked it
We just read this for the parent/pre-teen book discussion I lead at my library, and we pretty much all loved it. It's a fun book with a few deep theme ...more
not set
Nov 08, 2007
 
The Field Guide (The Spiderwick Chronicles, #1)
3.86
liked it
This was a fun read. Very short, humorous, fantastical, faerie. Everyone in the group enjoyed it and even the parents are going to read the rest of th ...more
May 2008
May 06, 2008
 
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Charlie Bucket, #1)
4.11
it was amazing
Re-reading for my kids and parents book discussion, The Page Turners.
Feb 04, 2008
Nov 08, 2007
 
Freaky Friday
3.71
really liked it
This was fun and original when I read it years ago.
Aug 25, 2008
Nov 23, 2007
 
Bridge to Terabithia
3.98
really liked it
None
not set
Nov 13, 2007
 
Because of Winn-Dixie
4.00
really liked it
None
Apr 07, 2008
Nov 08, 2007
 
Tuck Everlasting
3.86
it was amazing
None
not set
Nov 24, 2007
 
Charlotte's Web
4.15
it was amazing
None
not set
Nov 23, 2007
 
From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler
4.15
it was amazing
None
not set
Nov 08, 2007
 
The Cricket in Times Square
4.01
really liked it
None
Mar 11, 2008
Feb 11, 2008
 
Mary Poppins (Mary Poppins, #1)
4.05
really liked it
None
not set
Feb 11, 2008
 
Frindle
3.79
really liked it
None
Jun 17, 2008
May 06, 2008
 
Shiloh (Shiloh, #1)
3.91
really liked it
None
not set
Nov 24, 2007
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