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i read the mortal instruments series by cassandra Clare and i loved it

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Touching Spirit Bear is a 2001 young adult novel written by the American author, Ben Mikaelsen. The book is about a troubled Minneapolis teen named Cole who completely changes after spending a year on an isolated southwestern Alaska island. I loved this book and so did my friends its a really good book to read anytime


It was followed by a sequel, called Ghost of Spirit Bear which illustrates Cole's return to Minneapolis, where his past has returned to haunt him

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In 6th grade, we read a book called Sounder. It was really good. Then in the 7th ( this year) we read a book called Giver. Best book ever. If you do decide to read it, just ask any questions about it. It was sorta complicated. So if you don't understand, just leave me a comment. ;) Good luck.

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What's giver about??
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The Giver is a dystopian children's novel by Lois Lowry. It is set in a society which is at first presented as a utopian society and gradually appears more and more dystopian. The novel follows a boy named Jonas through the twelfth year of his life. The society has eliminated pain and strife by converting to "Sameness," a plan that has also eradicated emotional depth from their lives.

Jonas is selected to inherit the position of "Receiver of Memory," the person who stores all the past memories of the time before Sameness, in case they are ever needed to aid in decisions that others lack the experience to make. When Jonas meets the previous receiver—The "Giver"—he is confused in many ways. Additionally, the Giver is able to break some rules, such as turning off the speaker and lying to people of the community. As Jonas receives the memories from the Giver, he discovers the power of knowledge. The people in his community are happy because they do not know of a better life, and the knowledge of what they are missing out on could create major chaos. He faces a dilemma: Should he stay with the community and the safe, consistent but shallow life it offers, or should he run away in pursuit of a life full of love, color, choices, and knowledge, but also potentially full of lack and danger?

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Haha maybe in your own words ;) haha probably would be easier to understand.
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Lol i would love to have explained that in my own words but i havent read that book yet lol
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Thanks. I'll read it. Definitely. :)
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Haha! It was really good. Ask if you need it!
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The Hunger Games trilogy!! :) You can also try The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod, The Slayer Chronicles, The Curse Workers series, and the I Am number 4 series. There are many more but I can't think of them right now... Anyway, have fun!! ;)

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The Wake series

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If ur in 7th or 8th read the devils arithmetic, so better than it sounds i love it

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I'm not sure the name of the series, but the first book in this series is called Nightshade. The second book is called Wolfsbane, and I forgot the name if the other books! But it's a REALLY good series! It's about immortals, so I think you'd really like it!

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I read the Hobbit. The Hunger Games is also amazing. there was another one liked..I think it was called something like..13 Reasons Why. Oh and there was one that won an award...I'll get back to you if I remember the name.

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the chronicles of Narnia or hunger games or a series of unfortunate events. lord of the rings trilogy.

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Touching Spirit Bear was an excellent read in the 7th grade.

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Frindle

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Star Girl by Jerry Spineli
So B. it
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Definitely the Artemis Fowl series or the hobbit

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Hunger games 1-3
Awesome books(:

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