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Book Recommendations

Book Recommendations from the Ross Cats
Hatchet by Gary Paulsen (F PAU)
Reviewed by C.M. 5 L
      Hatchet is a very good book that makes you think!  Brian, the main character, gets a hatchet from his mom, which is well used when he is in a plane crash and has to survive alone in the wilderness, During his fight for survival Brian overcomes  his fears and fights through challenges.  Do you think he will survive?
Hop on Pop by Dr. Seuss (E SEU)
Reviewed by E.S. 5 L
      This is a great rhyming book for beginning readers! I read this book when I was young and thought it was the best book ever! The book helps early readers feel successful and have a positive reading experience which they will always remember.  After reading this one, you will want to read more Dr. Seuss books!
Extra Credit by Andrew Clements (F CLE)
Reviewed by S.D. 5 L
      In this book the main character needs extra credit so she sends letters to a boy in Afghanistan.  The author does a great job of showing how people of different cultures have different traditions but can still be friends. I rate this book 5 stars!
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J. K. Rowling (F ROW)
Reviewed by A.R. 4 B
Harry is treadted with disrespect in his home and is surprised to learn that he is a wizard. He is taken to a special school for wizards, called Hogwarts. Here Harry, Ron, and Hermione try to beat the evil Voldemort to the magical Socerer's Stone in this adventure story.  Does he have what it takes to make it through his first year at Hogwarts and get the stone?
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