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Trapeze Book Review from @kleffnotes

What would you do if your entire world was flying high and then suddenly you found yourself grounded? Corey Ryder has been training as a trapeze artist since a young age and flying through the air has been her entire life until a tragic accident shuts down the traveling circus she had called home. 324 more words


Area teenagers repeatedly make bad choices, this time in abandoned subway tunnels.

66. Survive the Night – Danielle Vega

There were a lot of dirty feet in this book. The main character gets paint on her feet after she almost loses a “leather ballet flat” (being that specific happened a few too many times) climbing down; later she loses her shoes entirely in some seriously disgusting water. 249 more words

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Morse Pond Review: The Best of Iggye

The Best of Iggy

Written by Annie Barrows, illustrated by Sam Ricks

G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers

Available January 21, 2020


This book was very interesting, pretty entertaining and kind of funny. 109 more words


Morse Pond Review: Efrén Divided

Efrén Divided

Ernesto Cineros


Available March 31, 2020


Efrén Divided was an awesome book about how illegal immigrants are being treated unfairly. Efrén’s mom got deported to Mexico, and he has to find a way to get her back safely. 92 more words


Morse Pond Review: Enchanter's Child, Book One: Twilight Hauntings

Enchanters Child, Book One: Twilight Hauntings

Angie Sage

Katherine Tegen Books

Available March 31, 2020


A tale of Magic, Monsters, and Misconception, Twilight Hauntings… 210 more words