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The Princess Plot by Kirsten Boie
The Princess Plot

alexis.fresh5031, March 23, 2010

This book is good so far.
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Ruined by Paula Morris
Ruined

alexis.fresh5031, March 23, 2010

This story is about the worst story (to me) that I have ever read.
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I So Don't Do Mysteries by Barrie Summy
I So Don't Do Mysteries

alexis.fresh5031, March 23, 2010

Sherry loves science, but, she doesn't do mysteries. When her mom died she has been having problems. When she was upset she went outside to sit on a car. Her mom came to talk to her about how she needs help getting in the academy of ghosts.
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Smile by Raina Telgemeier
Smile

alexis.fresh5031, March 23, 2010

Smile by Raina Telgemeier is a great graphic novel that represents a girl living in San Francisco that has major mouth problems. Raina, the main character, has a very interesting life. Her friends tease her, theirs two boys she likes, and she wants to get her ears pierced but her mom never lets her. Raina just wants to be a normal kid, no "geeky" mouth piece. This book is interesting because Raina is the author and this is a true novel based on her.
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