Thursday, November 9, 2017

Bethany the Ballet Fairy by Daisy Meadows

Do you like fairies? If you do, this is the book for you. The fairy Bethany needs to get her ribbon. Rachel and Kristy help her. My favorite part is when the goblins dance, because it is funny. Read this book.

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George Washington Carver by Margo McLoone

Do you like biography books? I do because they are very cool. My favorite part is when George saved the people because it was cool and very happy.

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Skippyjon Jones, Lost in Spice by Judy Schachner

Hey, have you ever heard of a monkey get lost in spice? My favorite part is when he is going to space. I recommend this book to those who like fantasy.

MVJ

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling

Have you ever read any long, exiting, or adventerous chapter books? Well, if you read and like those sort of books, be aware this book has all three. My favorite part was when Harry Potter meets up with Tom Riddle because they have a fight and fights are my sort of thing. If you like famous wizards, breaking rules, or fighting for people's lives, then this book will be filled with wonder and excitement in your opinion.

K.A.N.

Little Melba and Her Big Trombone by Katheryn Russell-Brown

Melba Liston was a great person. She was sometimes lonely. When she was lonely sounds comforted her. When she saw the trombone she wanted, her mom bought it for her. Then taught her how to play it. Then she showed her grandma how to play it. Then she fell in love with playing.

Kila

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Who Was Michael Jackson? by Megan Stine

Michael Jackson loves animals and had some. His hair caught on fire because of the cool flames that spark. Even though Michael's dad criticized him, Michael said good things about his dad. He died because had too many pills which are like drugs. He helped a lot of people. He sang pop songs that people like. We still like his songs. I think you should read this book if you like to read about rock stars. P.S. It's from the Orem Public Library.

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I Am #6: Harriet Tubman by Grace Norwich

Harriet was born on March 10, in the 1820's. She was born a slave in Maryland. When Harriet was bigger, her owner sold Harriets and her sister to someone that lived somewhere where they could do harsher things to them. That was a really big fear for them. Harriet's owner loved her whip. Once on a shopping trip, an overseer hit her on the head with a heavy weight. That's why she wore a hat. She escaped from slavery. Years later and made her first trip back to rescue her niece Kessiah. Harriet made about thirteen trips back to help slaves. The trips were very scary. She had married but her husband refused to go. Eventually she remarried. She had to be careful that none of the slaves she helped free were slave capturers. She is now famous for helping slaves. Did you know that Harriet was originally named Aramanita.

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