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The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise

By: Dan Gemeinhart

This is about a girl who lives on a bus with her dad and travels the country. This is an exciting book that takes you on twists and turns. I definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a new book!

-Jolie


Realistic Fiction

Breathless

By: Lurlene McDaniel

This is a really good book. It's about a boy who loves to dive, but one day he gets cancer. If you like great realistic books, this book is for you!

-Michelle


Realistic Fiction

Matched

By: Ally Condie

Very engaging and exciting- I couldn't put it down. If you like dystopian and romance genres, this book is for you. Matched is about a teenage girl named Cassia living in a supposedly perfect world called the Society. The Society Officials decide everything about your life- who you love, where you work, when you die... when Cassia turns 16, she is matched to her best friend, and she is certain that he is the one- until she sees another face flash on the matching screen for a brief moment before it goes black. Now Cassia must make a choice- between Xander and Ky, between perfection and freedom, between safety and truth. I highly recommend this book.

-Gea


Fantasy/SciFi

Sherlock Holmes Books

By: Arthur Conan Doyle

By Arthur Conan Doyle, the Sherlock Holmes stories are short, fast-moving, thrilling, and fascinating. If you like brainy mystery novels with interesting characters, these stories are for you. There are four Sherlock Holmes novels and lots of short stories that you can find in books that are titled "A Collection of Sherlock Holmes", "Best of Sherlock Holmes", etc. The Sherlock Holmes stories are about Dr. Watson and his friend Sherlock Holmes, set in the 1890's. Sherlock Holmes is genius detective with many strange quirks and powers of deduction, and he doesn't care what people think of him. Each story is about one of Watson's and Holmes's crime-solving adventures and has endless exciting twists and turns. There's always something to learn with these stories, and you'll be kept guessing all the way through. Highly recommended.

-Gea

Mystery

Ghost

By: Jason Reynolds

This was marvelous book! It was one of those books where it was so good that you would totally read it again. It is one of the best in the Track Series. It is about a kid who has had a difficult past and he reveals a hidden talent he didn't even know he had, running track! This book has positive messages, great role models, and it was so inspiring. I would recommend this book to anyone 10+ who likes realistic fiction. Warning: there is some violence and there is some minor, minor name calling and alcohol, but this is one of the best books I have ever read and you get so invested in the characters and you come to love and feel for the main character. 5 out of 5 stars all the way!-Anonymous
Realistic Fiction

One Of Us Is Lying

By: Karen M. McManus

On Monday afternoon, 5 students are put into detention. Addy, the popular homecoming princess with the jock boyfriend, Bronwyn, the nerd who has a perfect record, Nate, the troublemaker who is already on probation for dealing, Cooper, the jock who's best friend is Addy's boyfriend, and Simon, the outcast. Simon had just learned juicy secrets about the other four and was planning to release those secrets the next day ... but, he never walks out of the room. Everyone's a suspect. But who really did it? Was it one of them? or is a killer out on the loose, and are they next? -Igatt
Mystery

The Serafina Series

By: Robert Beatty

The Serafina series was wonderful. I could barely put it down. It was thrilling and mysterious. It was definitely worth it, and I could easily relate to the characters.-Leah
Fantasy

The Night Gardener

By: Jonathan Auxier

The night gardener was definitely a horror book. The suspense kept me up reading till 1 am. Heartbreaking and thrilling is how I describe it. -Leah
Horror

The Nest

By: Kenneth Oppel

The Nest was really good. I loved how the author used fantasy to get her point across. There was a lot of plot twists around the characters. One negative is at first it is confusing but once you get into the story it is really good. People should totally read this book. -Anonymous
Horror

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

By: J.K. Rowling

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Askaban is an amazing book, with a heartwarming center. In this book, Harry and his friends Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger get news of an escaped convict, Sirius Black. What will happen when they get news of him heading to Hogwarts? And what about those mysterious creatures called Dementors that suck the soul out of anyone who meets them? And why does the new Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher know about the Marauder Map? Stop at a local library to find out. -Igatt
Fantasy

The Cursed Child

By: Jack Thorne

An awful story about time travel that will disappoint even the most open reader. Draco and Harry getting along? That is impossible. I immediately loathed it, and this is coming from a very dedicated potterhead. I don't understand how people actually like this book. As the wise Headmaster Dumbledore once said, "Do not pity the dead Harry, Pity the living." And anyone who actually paid money, for the cursed child. -Igatt
Fantasy