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The Epic Fail Of Arturo Zamora
by Pablo Cartaya

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"The Epic Fail of Arturo Zamora" by Pablo Cartaya is a hilarious book for all ages. What i liked about this book is that Arturo, the main character, has a very close relationship with his grandmother, and his family. The summer of Carmen: the year Arturo met his god sister, Carmen. Arturo's family owns a restaurant that may be in danger of being sold to an arrogant land developer, and Arturo and Carmen decide to investigate the case. They dress up in costumes of detective superheros, and Arturo feels embarrassed seeing his costume compared to Carmen's costume. Over time, Arturo begins to have feelings for Carmen, and has a deeper bond with his grandmother. His grandma tells him stories about when she was younger, about her and Abuelo. When his Abuela starts to feel sick, and actually get sick, Arturo finds a special box left from his Abuela, and inside there are letters and journals and souvenirs. But things take a sharp turn when Arturo decides that telling Carmen that he liked her would save the restaurant. Except when he tells her, she looks surprised and runs away. Arturo feels terrible that he failed. Carmen actually likes Arturo back, but was too shocked to tell him that. So when she explains it later, he understands, and things get better then. Even after Abuela dies. I really recommend this fictional read! You should start reading it. Like, now. ASAP. After you finish "The Epic Fail of Arturo Zamora," try "Marcus Vega Doesn't Speak Spanish," also by Pablo Cartaya.

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Isla And The Happily Ever After
by Stephanie Perkins

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It so real.

Pete The Cat and Star Wars
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Pete The Cat and Star Wars
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Afternoon reading

Dumpling Days
by Grace Lin

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It makes you want to eat.



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The Rangers Apprentice Book 1
by John Flanagan

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As Will defeats the Kalkara, he becomes a hero and learns who his father really is.

The Ranger's Apprentice Book 1
by John Flanagan

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In the book The Rangers Apprentice by John Flanagan, a 12-year-old boy named Will sat up in his bed for choosing day. Choosing day was the day where he would chosen for his new "job." He would become an apprentice of either scriptsmaking, Chefschool, Battleschool, or Rangerschool. After he chose to be in battleschool, the denied him because of his lanky body type. The ranger at the choosing, Halt, whispered some thing in the barons ear, who was also at the choosing. The baron announced to Will, "You may go." Will felt tears in his eyes, he had not been chosen, and all of his friends had. A few days later, Halt came up to him, saying in his grim voice, "Will, you have been chosen for rangerschool." After the past month, Halt has been teaching Will new things, like how to shoot a bow and arrow, and how to throw a knife. Will also got a pony, a rangers pony. Its name was Tug. Now it was time to go to the rangers meeting, in the middle of all the fiefs. There is one ranger for each fief. Once Halt and will got there, most of the rangers were already there, talking about Morgarath, and the Kalkara. Morgarath is an evil wizard who was exiled from the kindom, and has gathered an army of Wargals, humans with a face of a beast. And then there were the 2 Kalkara. The dreaded Kalkara. Half bear half ape. They are coming for the kingdom, and someone has to stop them. It has to be halt and Will.

The School For Good And Evil Quests For Glory
by Soman Chainani

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"The School for Good and Evil: Quests for Glory" by Soman Chainani is jam-packed with action on every single page, and will have you on the edge of your seat the entire time. This book is about two best friends, Agatha and Sophie, and a soon-to-be-king, Tedros. Agatha is the soon-to-be-queen, and they have a lot of preparing to do. But in order to become king, Tedros has to pull a sword from a stone. Except when he tries to pull it out, it won't budge. Tedros is highly annoyed and the audience confused. Why isn't the sword coming out, like it's supposed to? Meanwhile, Agatha, Sophie, and Tedros' other friends are starting to embark on incredible quests, and do not know that their teams will soon come together to the legendary and dangerous Four Point. According to the Storian, a magical pen that writes the students' fairy tales while in the School for Good and Evil, Tedros is the Lion and mysterious, yet dangerous somebody is the Snake. The Snake is determined to kill and destroy the School for Good and Evil. But instead, what if another unheard of Storian said that Tedros was NOT the Lion? While searching for the Snake that killed Tedros' best friend Chaddick, they come across their friends, Hort, Nicola, Dot, Hester, and Anadil. They have already reached four point and are in trouble! The Snake is trying to hang all of them! Agatha and Sophie save their friends and have to battle the snake until they are almost dead. But that is not the end of it. The Snake will soon return. In "The School for Good and Evil: Quests for Glory," you will come to bond with many of the characters, just like I did. I found myself thinking about how alike I was to Agatha. You will also find how you can sort of feel what the characters are feeling. For instance, when Tedros found out that Chaddick had died, i found myself feeling sad just as well as Tedros. I enjoyed this book a lot and i hope that you will give it a try sometime. Try out "The School for Good and Evil," "The School for Good and Evil: A World Without Princes," and "The School for Good and Evil: The Last Ever After."
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