Brave Kids

The Wide Window by Lemony Sniket Baudelaire Orphans Violet Klaus Sunny Aunt Josephine who is afraid of everything, anything, from fire to lake, to telephone, died in Lake  Lachrymose. Count Olaf, the villain, had not succeed in his evil plan, but hadn’t been defeated yet. The Baudelaires had each other, for the siblings it’s like […]

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Rotten Kids

Turtle In Paradise  by Jennifer L. Holm Inspired by old stories in Key West Turtle the girl, kid of the maid Beans the head of the Diaper Gang, knows the diaper-rash formula Buddy who hates to wear underpants Kermit the boy who need to take a nap everyday All of the Kids have identifiable characters, lovely. […]

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Romantic Fiction

《Never love a highlander》BY Maya Banks The last part of the McCabe trilogy. Really astonished myself agaaain that I finished reading a stupid novel from the very beginning till the end. Stupid and male chauvinistic and full of Scotland-based words, this novel is quite confusing. Rionna & Caelen PS. a few different words lass clan Aye,Tis where I want […]

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When words swirling around

Out of my mind Sharon. M. Draper Melody the girl who never been included in anything, who could identify oceans of words but all of which stuck inside. Mrs. V Ollie the goldfishwords Penny the little sister Highlight:When a couple of cool things really happen, that is, when the dreams come true, there would always be some […]

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Humanity

The Giver by Lois Lowry Cannot be classified precisely as science fiction or anti-utopia. It seems more as a warning for attention for things that we take for grated, even the extremely unloveable themes such as sad and anger, all of which that are destined to be felt, but not told. Highlight: Jonas the Receiver, Gabriel the baby, […]

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Slow Down

《The Gifts of Imperfection》 Highlights:Avoid 6 types of friends who heard our shame stories. honor our struggle factors of resilient people: the are resourceful and have good peoblen-solving skills; they are more likely to seek help; they hold the belief that they can do sth that will help them to manange their feelings to cope; […]

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War

The Returning  by Christine Hinwood Begins with several detailed  hand-drawn maps for upland,kinda like the Lord of the Rings、or epic stories like that. The figure on the cover is one-armed Cam. At the time when  Cam came back home after the war, his sister was a cute girl busy catching snails with the fanily,,but she has […]

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