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Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone
by J.k. Rowling

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Harry goes to Daigon Alley and gets to buy all of his wizarding supplies for school. It was cool because it wasn't supplies like we use like pencils and notebooks. He looked at wands, cauldrons, and robes and stuff like that.

Sky High!
by Rus buyok

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All of the monkeys go flying into the sky

Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone
by J.k. Rowling

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In Chapter 7 Harry meets the sorting hat and ends up in Gryffindor house.

Liar Liar
by Gary Paulsen

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Awesome! Like a real person.

Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone
by J.k. Rowling

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I read chapter 1 and learned about the scar of Harry's head and where he came from.

Green Eggs And Ham
by Dr. Seuss

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It was fun to read it to my brother.

The Battle For Skandia
by John Flanagan

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Good

Toy Story 4 Junior Novelization
by Suzanne Francis

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I read chapters 8-14. I like how it's a retelling of the movie.

Skyward
by Brandon Sanderson

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Excellent and absolutely a joy to read, Skyward is another great novel by Brandon Sanderson (which is unusual territory since Sanderson is best known for his high fantasy works) about post-spaceflight humanity situated in constant combat with the mysterious Krell. The novel is face-paced and packed with authentic characters that's gives it a very unique style of dialogue. More than once, I have been encapsulated by the hilarious banters between M-bot and Spensa. Unlike other more straightforward novels, this one lacks a driving plot. It begins a story about redemption, progresses into acceptance, and lastly, does a barrel-roll into a fiery mess of interglacial craziness. The last couple of chapters completely destroy the status quo and I can't wait to get my hands on the sequel.

Who Would Win Tarantula Vs Scorpion
by Jerry Pallotta

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"I thought that the scorpion would win because of its stinger. I thought that its tail could stretch over his body and get the tarantula. I was right!"


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