Book Review: Storm

Do not be the slowest zebra. I was looking through my friend's comic collection, and she showed me Storm by Eric Jerome Dickey. Eric Jerome Dickey! I used to love his books....

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Book Review: Icon: A Hero’s Welcome

When you can fly, there's no burden you can't bear.  When you can fly, gravity can't touch you.  When you can can do anything. I love the cartoon Static Shock, and...

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Book Review: Rapunzel’s Revenge

I guess I might've spent my whole life in that villa never learning the truth if not for that darn wall. Deep in my gut, I believed if I could just look over it, just see what...

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Book Review: Kitty Kitty

That's right.  Someone was suffering from Acute Crazy in the room, but it wasn't me. In Kitty Kitty by Michele Jaffe (the sequel to Bad Kitty), Jasmine is back.  This time,...

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Book Review: Just One Wish

Sometimes when I watch Teen Robin Hood--and, okay, I admit I've never missed an episode--I feel a connection with Steve Raleigh.  I feel like he's someone I already know,...

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Book Review: Embroideries

To speak behind others' backs is the ventilator of the heart. I was in a graphic novel kind of mood, and I enjoyed Persepolis, so I picked up Embroideries by Marjane Satrapi....

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Book Review: My Life as a Rhombus

My mouth dropped open, and suddenly, I knew.  Unfortunately for Sarah, everything now made sense. I checked out My Life as a Rhombus by Varian Johnson two other times from the...

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Book Review: Summer of My German Soldier

"It's truly extraordinary," he said.  "Who would believe it?  'Jewish girl risks all for German solider.'  Tell me, Patty Bergen--" his voice became soft, but with a trace of...

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Book Review: Among the Hidden

"I am a third child!  I want to be treated like everyone else!" When I did my independent study at Iowa State University, the professor book talked Margaret Peterson Haddix's...

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