Amanda reviews… The Shadow Children series

*Summer Reading List Spotlight* This is on the Haverhill Public School’s recommended summer booklist for Grades 4-5. The Shadow Children Series (Book 1: Among the Hidden) By Margaret Peterson Haddix Published: 1998-2006 Age Range: 9-12 Genre: Science Fiction, Dystopian Adventure Award: YALSA Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers, Lamplighter Award 2004 Amanda (Piper’s human) read The Shadow Children series and this […]

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Colleen reviews… The Inquisitor’s Tale

*Summer Reading List Spotlight* This is on the Haverhill Public School’s recommended summer booklist for Grades 6-8. The Inquisitor’s Tale Or, The Three Magical Children and Their Holy Dog By Adam Gidwitz, Illustrated By Hatem Aly Published: 2016 Age Range: 9+ Genre: Historical Fiction, Adventure Award: Newbery Honor, Sydney Taylor Book Award Colleen read The Inquisitor’s Tale and this is what […]

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Chance reviews… Nate the Great

*Summer Reading List Spotlight* This is on the Haverhill Public School’s recommended summer booklist for Grades 2-3. Nate the Great Goes Down in the Dumps By Marjorie Weinman Sharmat Published: 1991 Age Range: 6-8 Genre: Mystery   Chance read Nate the Great and this is what he thought… Nate the Great is a boy detective in a tan trench coat […]

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Joan reviews… One Crazy Summer

*Summer Reading List Spotlight* This is on the Haverhill Public School’s recommended summer booklist for Grades 4-5. One Crazy Summer By Rita Williams-Garcia Published: 2010 Age Range: 8-12 Genre: Historical Fiction, Realistic Fiction Awards: Newbery Honor, National Book Award Finalist, Coretta Scott King Award, Scott O’Dell Award Joan read One Crazy Summer and this is what she thought… In the […]

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Colleen reviews… Eerie Elementary

*Summer Reading List Spotlight* This is on the Haverhill Public School’s recommended summer booklist for Grades 2-3. Eerie Elementary #1: The School is Alive! By Jack Chabert and Sam Ricks Published: 2014 Age Range: 6-8 Genre: Spooky Colleen read The School is Alive! and this is what she thought… Sam Graves is not excited about being hall monitor, and he […]

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