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The Red Pyramid
by Rick Riordan

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One Christmas Eve, Dr. Julius Kane and his kids, Sadie and Carter, use the Rosetta Stone to [accidentally] unleash five gods. The kids' uncle, Amos, takes them to Brooklyn House. When the 2 kids leave Brooklyn House they will learn spells, escape demon fruit bats and fight gods! This is my favorite book because I like Egyptian Mythology!

Chinese Cinderella
by Adeline Yen Mah

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This book of children . Chinese Cinderella by Adeline Yen

Communication Skills for Teens: How to Listen, Express, and Connect for Success
by by Michelle Skeen PsyD (Author), Matthew McKay PhD

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Most of the chapters contained basic information except for one about the "Hidden agendas" of people, which can really show you why nasty people act the way they do. As well as the final chapter about interviewing skills- which is really helpful as I've never had to do one before.

The Tyrant's Tomb (the Trials Of Apollo Book 4)
by Rick Riordan

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Trials Of Apollo is a book Series With five books and Tyrants tomb is one of the five books of trials of Apollo . There is battle with two emperors and Apollo has to defeat them in order to save a camp that he had learned to love. I like this book it is full of surprises ,suspense and mystery.

Flora And Ulysses
by Kate Dicamillo

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Flora and Ulyses is a book by Kate DiCamillo. The book is 231 pages. The book is about a girl named Flora who adopts a squirrel named Ulysses. Flora is just a normal girl who is obsessed with comics. Her favorite comic is Icondesto. I like this book because it focuses both on Flora and Ulysses. I would recommend this book to people who like animals and I would recommend this book to readers who like comics. The book is similar to a comic but in a different format.

Chinese Cinderella
by Adeline Yen Mah

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This book, published in 1999, is a memoir describing the author's experiences growing up with her family in WWII-era China. It is actually a revised section of Yen Mah's full autobiography, Falling Leaves, which was published in 1997. The book takes the reader through much of Mah's childhood, from her first week of kindergarten to her days as a 14-year-old. Despite growing up in an affluent family, Yen Mah lacks the love and understanding from her family that she yearns for. Being a stepchild of her stepmother Niang, her parents do not give Yen Mah and her siblings the same kindness as Niang's biological children. In addition, Yen Mah's mother died giving birth to her, earning her the reputation from her parents and siblings as bad luck. As Yen Mah is physically, verbally, and psychologically abused and cast away by her family over and over again, she finds a few people among her family who have been hurt just like her by other relatives and pledges to get them and herself out of their troubles, one way or another. By winning prizes in and outside school, earning perfect grades, and going to college in England, she attempts to earn her family's appreciation by standing out; however, she tries her best not to let her suffering show, or else her family will find out and never come to love her. In this book, the reader receives a firsthand picture of life in WWII and post-WWII China, including how warfare and foreign occupation affected Chinese society during that time. Finally, the reader learns what abuse may look and feel like, learns how Yen Mah and her biological siblings dealt with it using their courage, integrity, and perseverance, and maybe even finds a main character whom they can relate to and empathize with.

The Trials Of Apollo, Book Two The Dark Prophecy
by Rick Riordan

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The Dark Prophecy is a book that is magical and full of adventure.

The One And Only Bob
by Kathrine Applegate

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The One and Only Bob is a book written by Kathrine Applegate. The book is about a dog named Bob that gets lost in the streets. All goes well until hurricane Gus struck. But during the hurricane Bob ends up finding someone important in in life. I like the book because it's detailed, has action, and is about an animal. I would recommend this book to the people who have read The One and Only Ivan. I would recommend this book because it's the squeal and it has some on the characters from The one and Only Ivan.

Michael Vey The Prisoner Of Cell 25
by Richard Paul Evans

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The book I read was Michael Vey. I would recommend it to people who have read the Percy Jackson series. I would recommend this book because it gives off a mythological vibe. For example, one of the characters is named Zeus because he has electric powers. I liked this book because it was science fiction, and that's one of my favorite genres.

A Boy Called Bat
by Elana K. Arnold

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I loved the book!