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Student Book Review: The Stonekeeper’s Curse (Amulet #2) by Kazu Kibuishi

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Winning Book Review
Ages 7-8 Runner-Up
Submitted by Page B.

Review of The Stonekeeper’s Curse (Amulet #2) by Kazu Kibuishi

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5 Stars

You should read this book if you’re in the mood for: Magic, Action & Fantasy

What did you like about this book?
It had mystical creatures and had a lot of suspense.

Who were the main character(s)? Which one(s) were your favorite? Why?
The main characters are Emily, the Elf King and Leon. My favorite is Emily because she is strong and powerful and she is very loving and kind.

Other kids should read this book because…
It is an exciting book to read and it is very magical.

Your thoughts on the book:
Emily’s mom had been poisoned and she had to find the right antidote but the Elf King was trying to stop her. She was very brave and was able to save her mom.

I recommend this book for kids in these grades:
2nd
3rd
4th

Student Book Reviews: Princess Posey and the First Grade Boys by Stephanie Greene and Roth Sisson

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Ages 7-8 Grand Prize
Submitted by Ruby-Claire C.

Review of Princess Posey and the First Grade Boys by Stephanie Greene and Roth Sisson

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5 Stars

You should read this book if you’re in the mood for: Fiction

What did you like about this book?
I liked this book because it has drama and fun. I like Princess Posey’s character because she can be serious, sad, mad, and funny.

Who were the main character(s)? Which one(s) were your favorite? Why?
The main characters were Posey, Grace, Ava, Nicky, Henry, and Ms. Lee. Posey was my favorite because even though she has problems she is nice and tries hard.

Other kids should read this book because…
It is easy to finish and it is funny. If you like fiction, tutu’s, and a girl and her friends, read this book.

Your thoughts on the book:
I think that Posey learns a lesson in this book. You should not call people names. It is not nice.

I recommend this book for kids in these grades:
K
1st
2nd
3rd

How to Bribe Your Kids to Read

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We don’t really mean you should bribe your kids to read! 

However, we do think reading is one of the best activities for kids to engage in outside of school. Some kids naturally gobble up books, but some need more encouragement to read than others.

So here are five tips to get your kids to read

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Reading Fun Facts

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Even the most reluctant readers stop to smile when they hear something interesting! 

We hope to turn those smiles into a genuine motivation to pick up a book.

So, here are five fun facts about reading to tell your students

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Funny Books to Help Fight Boredom

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“I’m booooored!”

Does that sound familiar? Are you looking for enriching ways to keep your kids entertained?  We have just the solution for you.

These funny books are critic and kid-approved and will keep your child smiling through the “boring” moments in life.

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