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Alexyu0 December 5, 2007 Snakehead by Anthony Horowitz
This is the seventh book in the Alex Rider series. To fully understand this book, I suggest reading Scorpia and Ark Angel. Alex Rider is yet again recruited by a secret spy service, but this time to do something simple. Alex must track down a she tou or snakehead. These are a highly advanced smuggling group who smuggle people who want to imigrate but can't to somewhere, fully undercover. This time, Alex has a partner; his dad's best friend, former MI6 spy, Ash. Alex wishes to be able to do the mission and learn about his father from him. Unfortunately, things turn to become more complicated then planned. Scorpia (sabotage corruption intelligence assasination) and MI6 get mixed up and it ends up as a world-threatning catastrophe. I would tell the rest, but then it would spoil this 5 out of 5 story for you. So if you want to know, ask someone else, bu even better, read the book! Hope you enjoy it!

Halestorm November 21, 2007 The Giver by Lois Loury
Jonas is a boy who lives in a managed community. He thinks that his world is perfect, and that everything about the community is in its rightful place. He has friends at school, a good family, and good food. Unfortunately, he starts to realize that everything is going wrong. His daily food rations are shorted, and he wonders what it would be like to be shipped to the "other communities". He wonders why they are limited to 2 children, and where the children who disappear go. It is almost time for his placement, and he is excited, because he had just turned 12. He sees his peers and friends get placed to aat they would grow up to be. It is finally his turn, and they reveal to him that he is to be the next Giver, or keeper of the secrets. He is given memories by his teacher, the old giver, through touch. At first, the memories are happy, he had never felt the sun before. Soon, he began to see color. He couldn't believe that he had never seen color before. But the worst memory of all, was when he first had his experience of pain. he was riding down the hill(in this memory) and he fell and broke his arm. The pain was excruciating, he had never felt anything like it before, he had never had pain. He soon learns that there is no such thing as places where they send the disappearing children, it is much worse. To find out the mysery, read The Giver. I highly recommend this book, becase it is really interesting, makes you think about the world, and is not very long. Enjoy!

Alexyu0-November 21st, 2007 Al Capone Does My Shirts by Gennifer Choldenko
This book is about a boy called Matthew who has to move to Alcatraz as his dad got a job as guard and electrician. His older sister, Natalie, has a few problems and they are planning to send here to a special school called Esther.P.Marinoff. When she has left, Matthew (aka Moose) has to deal with his own school at Alcatraz. Unfortunately, Natalie is soon rejected and Moose and his family have to face many problems on Alcatraz, espcially taking care of Natalie. I highly reccomend this book to anyone looking for a a simple good book to read.

gregor13 November 21, 2007 The Diaries of Adrian Mole, aged 13 3/4 by Sue Townsend
This book is about an English boy named Adrian Mole, who has an increasing number of problems in his life. His parents smoke and are close to divorce, he keeps on having spots all over his face, he is having troubles with his love life, and a number of many other things. The book is written exactly like a diary, with entries on different dates and things like that. It is a very personal view of a teenagers life, and made me laugh out loud too many times to count. He considers himself an intellectual, but he probably isn't one. He has a dog named Sooty, who is always having all kinds of medical problems, and he gets fed up with him all the time. It's a very hard book to summarize, not like a novel. He signs up to help an old person in life, hoping he will be a nice person who will tell him about the wars. Instead, he gets something like what he imagines his parents would be like in real life, a smoking junkie. The mans name is Bert Baxter, and he also has a ferocious dog called Sabre. Eventually he makes friends with him. It sort of feels good when you are reading the book, sort of like you are reading through a real persons diary. I really love this book, because it portays what would be a very sad novel in a form that makes it laugh-out-loud funny. I highly recommend this book to anybody looking for a book to read. I have not quite finished the book yet, but I don't think anything could spoil it!

Natschylala November 20, 2007 The Tale of Despereaux by Kate DiCamillo
Despereaux is the last mouse baby that Antoinette will ever have in her life. Born with his eyes open and unusually enormous ears, nobody who knows him would believe that he would stay alive, but he did. He stayed alive, and this is his story. Despereaux was born with unique and amazing features in the human world, but 'bad' and 'dangerous' features in the mouse world. As his siblings desperately try to teach him what a mouse should do, they give up because every time they attempt to teach him to do something, one of his extraordinary powers (in the human world) lead him to doing something wrong. After that, he falls madly in love with the Princess Pea, the human princess, and actually TALKS to her.

oks0331 November 20th 2007 Demon Keeper by Royce Buckingham
This story is about a boy called Nathaniel keep all those demons in his house. He was an orphan before Dhaliwahl took him to make him a demon keeper. He crashes into lots of troubles whoile doing his job. The Thin man the BEAST, etc. This book has a fabulous combination of horror and humor, suspense and silliness, with a breakneck pace that just dosen't quit. I recommand this book to everyone who read books because I admit that you will enjoy it. READ!

iGeek2 November 20, 2007 Sign of the Beaver by Elizabeth George Speare
This book is Historical Fiction, and is based on the Christopher Columbus period of US. History. It is about a boy named Mark that has been left alone on his new house in Virginia. He was told not to let the Indians make mischief. He then faces many hardships involving bees, bears, bandits, food, and Native Americans along his wait for his parents to return. As the months pass, and his parents do not come, he befriends the Natives and helps them, and they help him, survive. Still his parents do not return, and he wonders if He'll ever see them again.

killer999 November 20, 2007, Just Stupid by Andy Griffiths
This book is about a boy named Andy who does many different types of mischeif and stupidity. Andy has a big sister which he likes to annoy in different kinds of ways. I strongly recommend this book for it's comedy.

pikachu5-November 20th 2007 Dragonwings by Laurence Yep
Moon Shadow is eight years old when he sails from the land of china to what they call "America" to join Windrider his father. Windrider and Moon Shadow will live in San Francisco also known as" Land of the Golden Mountains" . Father and son have never met. But Moon Shadow grows to love and respect his father and beieve in his wonderful dream. And Windrider, with Moon Shadow' s help, is willing to endure the mockery of the other chinese, the poverty, the separation from his wife and country- even the great earthquake- to make his dream come true.

sean95 November 20, 2007 The Black Tattoo by Sam Enthoven
Jack's best friend, Charlie wakes up one day and finds a mysterious moving tattoo on his back, and he suddenly is able to fly and control the minds of others. Jack learns that Charlie's powers come from a demon called the Scourge, who is controlling Charlie to bring about his evil plan to destroy the universe. When the Scourge vanishes with Charlie, Jack follows his friend from the streets of London into Hell, where he faces horrors that may cost him his life. This is a great fantasy book and I highly recommend it to everyone.

sweetnam85101 November 20th 2007 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K Rowling
its the last book of the series and Harry Ron and Hermonie leave school and go on an adventure on finding something. As Dumbeldore says ' one has to die while the other survives.' (Harry and You-Know-Who). Want to know who dies? Read the book and find out.

lollypop_88 November 20th 2007 The Intruders by E.E. Richardson
Joel Demetrius is looking forward to moving in with his new step-family, but as far as his sister Cassie's concerned, they're nothing but intruders. She doesn't want anything to do with Gerald and his two sons, and to make matters worse their new home is a derelict old house, neglected for decades. Joel thinks it's interesting. Cassie thinks it's a dump. After a few days Joel is noticing some unordinary things going on in the house. Not only does he keep seeing the strangest things out of the corner of his eye, but his sleep is plagued by nightmares. He can't seem to stop dreaming about a terrified boy who keeps repeating the same fractured prayer: "If I should die before I wake, I pray the lord my soul to take..." As events in the house become harder and harder to explain, it seems that the line between nightmare and reality is getting steadily more blurred. The house is trying to communicate with the teenagers, but as the house's past starts to reveal, the teenagers start to wonder who the intruders really are. Read The Intruders to find out! This book is a great book! It is full of action and a lot of suspension! I recommend this book to everyone.

aquatails-November 20, 2007 The House of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer
The House of the Scorpion is the story of a young boy named Matt who lives with his kind foster mother Celia in a country called Opium, which is a strip of poppy fields in between the USA and what was once called Mexico. One day, when Matt is 6 and Celia is away at work, 3 children find the little house in the poppy fields where Matt lives. Matt, who has never seen another child before, ends up injuring himself and is taken with the 3 children to whe