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Everything On A Waffle
by Polly Horvath





Easy read and one of my favorite childhood books.

The Story Of Peppa Pig
by Peppa Pig





They love jumping in muddy puddles! They went to granny and Grampa's house. They looked at Grampa's vegetable garden and then jumped in muddy puddles. Peppa helped find George's missing dine-saw.

Diary Of A Wimpy Kid Book 1
by Jeff Kinney





I am 8 years old and I have been reading this series over and over for 4 years! However they are not a challenge or a deep read they are just clever and happy. I chose to write a review on this one because it is my favorite but that applies to all the books. I was lucky enough to have the author visit my school 2 years ago and he said some people don't like his books because they are not deep enough. As much as reading a deep and challenging story is important what is wrong with something light and funny once and a while. I think that reading is reading and these books will put a smile on your face and there is nothing wrong with that, not only that, they very clever and they have a true story line aside to being silly! I highly recommend for kids 7-12 (or any age above 12 if you eat to read a good laugh out loud story) :) :) :)

Way of the Warrior Kid: From Wimpy to Warrior the Navy SEAL
by Jocko Willink





Fifth grade was the worst year of Marc’s life. He stunk at gym class, math was too hard for him, the school lunch was horrible, and his class field trip was ruined because he couldn’t swim. But what was most awful thing about fifth grade? Kenny Williamson, the class bully, who calls himself the "King of the Jungle." When Marc's mother tells him that his Uncle Jake is coming to stay for the whole summer, Marc can't wait. Uncle Jake is a for real, super-cool Navy SEAL. And Uncle Jake has a plan. He's going to turn Marc into a warrior. Becoming a warrior isn’t easy. It means a lot of pull ups, sit ups, pushups, squats, swimming, eating right, and studying harder than ever before! Marc transforms himself into a warrior before school starts in the fall – and finally stand up to the King of the Jungle himself,

The Story of Peppa Pig
by Peppa Pig





Peppa Pig's favorite thing in the whole wide world is to jump in muddy puddles! Daddy Pig, Mummy Pig, Peppa and George all go to Granny and Grandpa's house. Peppa helps George find his lost dinosaur. They go see Grandpa Pig's vegetable garden.

IT
by Stephen King





The story follows the experiences of seven children as they are terrorized by an evil entity that exploits the fears and phobias of its victims to disguise itself while hunting its prey.

Black Swan
by Nassim Taleb





This book is so well-written and intelligent. I have to read it slowly and carefully to fully understand the importance of what is being said by the author as it is counter all of the 'patterned behavior' type of thinking we are taught. I like how he weaves personal stories in with dense financial topics to make a really memorable lesson. I am planning to read the rest of his books as well.Great author.

Dragonbreath #5: No Such Thing as Ghosts
by Ursula Vernon





The book is really funny and some humor, when big eddy forced them to go in the haunted house and the friends scared big eddy with some old rope they found and big eddy was running away when he heard the sounds. I would recommend this book.

Warcross
by Marie Lu





I definitely read through this too quickly but I stayed thinking about it for a few days after. It’s a fun and familiar YA scifi genre involving a virtual reality video game that’s become ubiquitous. The main character’s voice was a bit hard to get into at first (maybe it felt too on-the-nose? But upon reflection, maybe that *is* realistic), but then everything started flowing soon after. I saw the twist coming early on, but that didn’t take away from the enjoyment of getting to know the characters as they grew, and Lu took care with creating a diverse set of characters that made everything even more interesting. The battle and coding scenes were really fun to read, and the book calls for a sequel.

What Alice Forgot
by Liane Moriarty





This was a fun, easy to read book. Alice, an almost 40 year old mother with too much on her plate, has an accident at the gym and forgets the last decade of her life. She wakes up and views her current life with fresh eyes, and the problems she thought were such a big deal weren't actually that important. This is a good message to send to readers, as it's often easy to get caught up in the trivial aspects of day to day living and forget to appreciate and enjoy each moment. Overall, I would recommend this book for anyone looking for a good beach read.


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