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Stalin Waiting For Hitler, 1929-1941
by Stephen Kotkin

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A very longgggggg book.

Pigs In The Mud In The Middle Of The Rud
by John schoenherr

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It was silly and not wise to stand up to a bull

Ground Zero
by Alan Gratz

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Definitely a must read book. It a book about how a Horrible Tragic Event can change people's life's forever. The attack on 9/11 on how they affect people in the US and in Afghanistan. Talks about survival and helping people in need. Everybody should read this book. Wonderfully written book.

Billie’s Outer Space Adventure
by Sally Rippin

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We love Billie! The art and story and adventure and friendship is top notch

Middle School How I Survived Bullies, Broccoli, And Snake Hill
by James Patterson And Chris Tebbetts

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Its was funny and the humor of book.

One Piece
by Echiro Oda

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I have gotten up to the fish-man island arc and so far something I love about this series is the world building and how things mentioned in some of the first chapters start to make sense as time goes by and this is why I will definitely be continuing this series is

Middle School Save Rafe
by James Patterson And Chris Tebbetts

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Love this book! Rafe is always getting himself into trouble. His Art School closes and now he has to return to HVMS. But there is a catch he needs to Start a Program and Follow Rules.. if he does good then he will be allowed back in HVMS. It's a must read book to fine out if Rafe passed and is allowed back at his old school. Awesome book Read It Definitely.

Pigs In The Mud In The Middle Of The Rud
by John schoenherr

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It was silly and not wise to stand up to a bull

Lord Of The Flies
by William Goldings

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In the book we see many themes come and go for the reader to experience. We go from humanity and the need for civilization to this shadow beast figure. In the book, we see how the views on what the beast/shadow gives the book more of a mysterious tone to the book. While people may not think the shadow is a real thing; when the shadow on the island makes us see that there is one main topic which is all humanity's inherent evil. In the book, we see the shadow as a figure that either frightens or something that gave them motivation. In the book, Jack says, “we’re strong--we hunt! If there’s a beast, we’ll hunt it down! We’re close in and beat and beat and beat---!” (Golding 91). This shows that Jack thinks of the Beast as another wall in his way to becoming the chief of the island. The beast/shadow is shown more in chapter 8. When Simon and the head are talking to one another the head says, “There isn’t anyone to help you. Only me. And I’m the Beast… Fancy thinking the Beast was something you could hunt and kill!… You knew, didn’t you? I’m part of you? Close, close, close! I’m the reason why it’s no go? Why things are the way they are? ” (Golding 143). We see how the head was telling Simon that evil is in everyone. The final way I found Golding was showing that every person has a dark side was in chapter 4. In the book, it says, “His mind was crowded with memories; memories of the knowledge that had come to them when they closed in on the struggling pig, the knowledge that they had outwitted a living thing, imposed their will upon it, taken away its life like a long satisfying drink.”(Golding 70). Here Golding draws a connection between Jack and his passion to perform violence. A way that we saw Jack releases this void by killing the pigs and chanting about the act which has/will occur. We also see his desire to kill in the very first chapter when he got captivated with the fact of hunting for the tribe, but more on the hunting to feed in his ego. Ultimately, the shadow shows more and more how every human being has that side to them with the will to harm. We see the top three things that I saw the shadow symbolizing is how Jack is so motivated in killing this Beast. We also see how he has the desire to kill. This passion to kill has been shown when Jack kills a pig. Another respected that we also see is the head which talks to Simon. The head shows Simon that's the Beast is more mentally shown in human behavior than the physical portion. The big message from this passage is that all men inherit evil and that's what the shadow symbolizes in the book.

The Cat In The Hat
by Dr Seuss Books

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I like how the cat was nice


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