Winning Book Review Ages 11-12 Runner-Up Submitted by Isabella R. Review of Disney’s Who’s Who by Disney Book Group You should read this book if you’re in the mood for: Humor, Informational What did you like about this book? I liked this book because it explained all the different characters from
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Beyond school and public libraries, we recommend that you review the following sources to consider recommending to your students for reading books online:
Project Gutenberg – A library of over 60,000 free e-books in the public domain
Overdrive – a resource where you can download e-books and audiobooks for free if you have a library card
Unite for Literacy – free digital picture books for kids
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Winning Book Review Ages 11-12 Runner-Up Submitted by Skye B. Review of The Keepers: The Box and the Dragonfly by Ted Sanders and Iacopo Bruno You should read this book if you’re in the mood for: Magic, Mystery, Action What did you like about this book? I liked that the
Winning Book Review Ages 11-12 Grand Prize Submitted by Kira F. Review of Hawksong by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes You should read this book if you’re in the mood for: Magic, Fantasy, Romance & Humans turning into animals What did you like about this book? How it sucked me into the world
Winning Book Review Ages 9-10 Runner-Up Submitted by Chloe O. Review of Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle’s Magic by Betty Macdonald and Hilary Knight You should read this book if you’re in the mood for: Humor, Kindness & Slight Magic What did you like about this book? I really like how every chapter
Winning Book Review Ages 9-10 Runner-Up Submitted by Sukriti V. Review of Max’s Story by W. Bruce Cameron You should read this book if you’re in the mood for: Nature & Animals What did you like about this book? Celebrating animals through art! Who were the main character(s)? Which one(s)
Student Book Review: The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl: Squirrel Meets World by Shannon Hale and Dean Hale
Winning Book Review Ages 9-10 Grand Prize Submitted by Evelyn N. Review of The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl: Squirrel Meets World by Shannon Hale and Dean Hale You should read this book if you’re in the mood for: Mystery, Action, Humor & Superheroes What did you like about this book? I