Sixteen year old Hazel has experienced it all. The heartache, the panic, the dreadful anticipation of her oncoming death. All side effects of cancer, which, to Hazel, is just a side effect of dying.
August Pullman can barely walk down the street without sensing every eye on him and seeing parents hurriedly steering their kids around him. Though he is a seemingly normal fifth grader who likes Star Wars, plays with his dog, and has fun with his family, his glaring birth defects set him apart from the other kids.
Have you ever felt desperate for something, so desperate that you would do anything to have it, to hold it in your hands? To Vidya, a college education is like a shiny, bright diamond. So valuable, yet just out of her grasp. In the midst of India fighting for its independence from the British, college is [...]
In this touching tale by Gwen Cooper, the author learns about life and love from her blind wondercat.
In this both heart -warming and adventurous tale by Cathy Applegate, you realize just how important kids can be.
Nobody was expecting the odd way Ms. Loupe introduced them to sixth grade. Her first words were “Where am I?” and her first action was making a big rectangle with duct tape.
It really is a mystery. The boy with no shoes.
Lucy Wu is going to have the perfect year. Her bossy sister Regina is going to college, and she will finally have her own room. She is going to rule the school in sixth grade. But Lucy’s perfect year may be coming to a dead end.
This review is by my little sister, Sulekha. This is her first review. Enjoy!