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The Haunting
by Lindsey Duga

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The book was alright. It was alittle slow and need more action. Needed more ghost activity and more drama. Overall, would tell people to read it if you like ghosts.

Little Puppy Lost
by Linda Jennings

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We liked everything about the snow especially when the puppy found his family. We didn’t like how big the pages were because they were hard to turn.

THE MUTT AND THE MUSTANG
by JUDY ARCHIBALD

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I LIKED THIS BOOK WHEN THE MUTT RODE ON THE MUSTANG. AND THE DOG LICKED THE CATS FUR.

Love And Olives
by Jenna Evans Welch

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Great Book.... It's about a family who's Dad leaves them and moves to Santorini. He is searching for the lost city of Atlantis. He reaches out to his daughter after 9 years with a postcard. Her Dad wants her to come there and help him work on a surprise project. You are gonna have to read the book to find out all the things that changed and that really happened over the years. Its a long book but definitely worth the read.

Diary Of A Wimpy Kid
by Jeff Kinney

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It was funny and sad because he thought he lost his best friend to a girl.

Love you Bunches
by Lauren Myracle

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3 stars

Project Z A Zombie Ate My Homework
by Tommy Greenwald

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In the beginning Morbus was so deep into thinking it was as if he could not hear any thing except for his own thoughts. Than Morbus walk right into the middle of the street and he didn't even now then his eyes opened and his thoughts cleared. As soon as his eyes opened and he realized that his was in the middle of the street than he had to dive out of the away because there was a car coming done the road. It was a very close call a little to close if you ask but it add something to the story I was intrigued I thought he was actually that he might have got hit and that was only one of the turning points in part one. Some other events that caught my attention were in the part labeled Who I am is not Who I need to be, and it went on to explain the powerful people how look for him which add a little mysterious sense . Those were the parts that stood out to me. And so for I really love the book and tones the author is trying to send and it clearly through to me as a reader.

Police Officers Care
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I like how the police helped the people who were lost.

Sneezy The Snowman
by Maureen Wright Books

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It was about a snowman who was cold. I liked it.

To Kill A Mockingbird
by Harper Lee

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Everyone has either seen someone being discriminated against or have been discriminated against, but as it contradicts something we know to be true, that are discriminations are always had a reason behind them, and revealing the truth behind it is easier to find it out in To Kill a Mockingbird. In To Kill a Mockingbird we see the caste system, and how it operates in Maycomb County. The theme that is broadly shown how discrimination and putting people in different classes was very common in Maycomb. The caste system within the book first came to the reader’s attention when Aunt Alexandra tells Scout about it. In the book, it said, “there was indeed a caste system in Maycomb;" to her, "it worked this way: the older citizens, the present generation of people who had lived side by side for years and years, were utterly predictable to one another: they took for granted attitudes, character shadings, even gestures, as having been repeated in each generation and refined by the time”(Lee 131). We see here what the caste system is really is explained through the notes that Scout makes through her Aunts explanation. We see an example of the caste system through Ewell’s life. The book said, “The Jury learned the following things: their relief check was far from enough to feed the family, and there was a strong suspicion that Papa drank it up anyway-- he sometimes went off in the swamp for days and came home sick" (Lee 183). This shows Ewell’s household, but it also shows the surrounding of the environment. The system is shown to be only focusing on the past generation, and not on the person’s actions. All in all, we see how the caste system was in effect throughout Maycomb County. We see the definition of the caste system, and how it played out in the life of the Ewells. We see that the caste system operates in Maycomb County, and how the family ancestors affect what people think of the current generation in the town. The caste system is a way to discriminate and categorize people based upon their family’s history and livelihood.


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