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Happy Go Ducky
by Jackie Urbanovic

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I gave this book 5 stars because i thought it was funny how Max is daydreaming and making mixups all day long and his friends need to fix all his mix ups and do the jobs he was suppose to be doing.

Lawn Boy
by Gary Paulsen

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If I could give this book six stars I would. Beautifully written, from the perspective of a 12-year-old boy. Interesting descriptions of real world things like the stock market, investing, business ownership. Educational and a happy story. A nice escape and a quick, enjoyable summer read.

by Gordon Korman

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This one was funny and suspenseful up until the end and I would definitely recommend reading it!

Dog Man
by Dav Pilkey

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The mayor fires the police chief because on the news it showed that he let Petey escape from jail 8 times and everyone hates the chief. A robot chief comes in. Dog Man figures out that the mayor is evil. Petey got an invisible spray from the mayor. He uses it to escape again. Then he makes everybody dumb. Hot dogs come to life. Petey does so many funny and evil things. Read to find out what else happens and if Dog Man can save the day!

The Woeful Second World War
by Terry Deary

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A great non-fiction book on the second world war. loved it.

Percy Jackson's Greek Heroes
by Rick Riordan

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This book tells multiple myths about Greek Heroes. I like this book because they make the myths funny by putting things from nowadays in them.

Dinosaur Boy
by Cory Putnam Oakes

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Very interesting book.

by Gordon Korman

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this is a great book

The Twits
by Roald Dahl

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The Twits was a great book because it had a lot of excitement and funny things happening! I recommend this book because it was fun to read.

Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone
by J K Rowling

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Harry Potter is your average 11 year old boy or so he thinks. The truth is that he is anything but average. Harry is a wizard and this book follows his adventures during his first year at a magical school called Hogwarts.
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