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#BookReview Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

One of my New Years Resolutions was the read more "classics" this year, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was one of the first I was able to pick up. I was so lucky that I found this book at a local charity book sale! It was screaming my name the minute I saw it… Continue reading #BookReview Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

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#BookReview Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan

  Crazy Rich Asians is a fun, comedic romance that opened my eyes to a whole new world! Before anyone asks, yes, I read this book because I saw the movie and loved it. Was the movie identical to the book? No. Was it still super cute and a great adaption? Yes. So, now that… Continue reading #BookReview Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan

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#BookReview Backyard Hullabaloo by Junia Wonders

  I was lucky enough to find this book for free via BookBub! Backyard Hullabaloo is a fun and spunky picture book by Junia Wonders and Divin Meir! What I liked about this book was that there was a little more reading content in it. The picture books I have been picking up lately had… Continue reading #BookReview Backyard Hullabaloo by Junia Wonders

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#BookReview The Water War by Kevin Miller

The Water War is an absolutely brilliant addition to the Milligan Creek series by Kevin Miller! Can I just say, I am oh so frustrated with this series! Why did it have to come out when I was an adult?! I would have ate this book up as a child! This is the most fun… Continue reading #BookReview The Water War by Kevin Miller

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#BookReview An Abundance of Katherines by John Green

  An Abundance of Katherines was an interesting book by John Green - it's the perfect mix of YA and contemporary fiction in my mind. While it's not his best book (in my opinion), it's still a really intriguing read. John Green knows how to write a unique narrative and pull in the reader. Although,… Continue reading #BookReview An Abundance of Katherines by John Green

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#BookReview Razor Girl by Carl Hiaasen

  Razor Girl by Carl Hiaasen is a funny, smart and entertaining novel that will keep you hooked until the very end! This book was strange in the best way! It's a mysterious thriller with extreme amounts of comedy and lunacy splashed throughout. It's like one of the best sitcoms you can find on television… Continue reading #BookReview Razor Girl by Carl Hiaasen

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#BookReview Snowman Paul Returns to the Winter Olympics by Yossi Lapid

  The third book, Snowman Paul Returns to the Winter Olympics, is yet another wonderful addition to this series. This time, Paul is a referee at the Olympics! But, if we learned anything from last time, maybe Paul shouldn't be trusted with this job... So, what lesson can Paul teach us this time around? This… Continue reading #BookReview Snowman Paul Returns to the Winter Olympics by Yossi Lapid

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#BookReview Snowman Paul at the Winter Olympics by Yossi Lapid

Time for a quick review of a super short and sweet book! The second book of the Snowman Paul series, Snowman Paul at the Winter Olympics, opens up with the super smart Paul reading a newspaper! This ambitious snowman wants to win an Olympic medal, and he plans to meet this goal! Paul introduces his… Continue reading #BookReview Snowman Paul at the Winter Olympics by Yossi Lapid

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#BookReview The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants by Ann Brashares

  The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants is a novel I really should have read back in high school! I found this book surprisingly fulfilling for me being an adult now reading about pre-teens. These stories are sweet and made me want to know more about these characters. I watched the movie years back, but… Continue reading #BookReview The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants by Ann Brashares

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#BookReview HughTube by Richard Clark

  HughTube is a fantastic read about a 14 year old child starting a blog (or personal reality television show). This funny yet simple story was a great read that would be well suited for the middle grade audience. It's silly, modern and full of awesome surprises! Richard Clark continues to do a fantastic job… Continue reading #BookReview HughTube by Richard Clark