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The Legend of Red Fern

[spoiler alert!] “I know it is still there, hiding its secret beneath those long, red leaves, but it wouldn’t be hidden from me for part of my life is buried there, too.  Yes, I know it is still there, for … Continue reading

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Good Always Defeats Evil

[spoiler alert!] How would you feel if you were involved in a contest of good and evil?  This splendid book is called The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by author C. S. Lewis.  The author weaves various themes throughout … Continue reading

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The Terrific Boy

[spoiler alert!] “A lush tale of magic, betrayal and Revolution…teen readers will eat up.” —- Kirkus Reviews.  This splendid book is called The Red Necklace by Sally Gardner.  Its incredible adventure will change an ordinary peasant boy called Yann Margoza. … Continue reading

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Never Giving Up

Do you know anything about the seven wonders of the world?  Recently, I read a book called “The seven Wonders of Sassafras Springs”.  I found the theme really interesting in this book.  The theme, which is never giving up shows … Continue reading

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The Chess Champion

The girl in the story, called Waverly Place Jong that Amy Tan wrote in her story is a smart, curious young girl.  She showed her personalities in the story from her appearance, thoughts, actions and speeches. She’s curious because she … Continue reading

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