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  • nac
    nac added a book review.
    First there's Harry Houdini, the all famous escape artist and magician who is famous for escaping death, until he tragically died in 1926. And then there's Harry Mancini, a twentieth century kid who wasn't named after Houdini. Harry Mancini was born in the house that Houdini lived in though, which probably explains why Harry knows everything there is to know about the former occupant of his house. But after an accident that involved a tunnel, a train, a quarter, a nickel, four pennies, and a really bad decision, Harry Mancini gets a mysterious gift from a stranger, an old flip phone that, to Harry's disappointment doesn't work. But soon Harry starts receiving text messages from someone who claims to be Houdini! Harry doesn't believe it at first, but when the evidence starts piling up, and Houdini wants Harry to switch places with him, he wonders.... could Harry Houdini being trying out his most famous escape of all, escaping from death itself? This book is a fantastic read and is filled with all sorts of true facts about Harry Houdini and his life, and its a great message about how friends stick up for each other, and how easy it is to face your fears.
    1 day ago
  • nac
    nac has read this book.
    By Gutman, Dan
    2 days ago
  • pizzagirl7
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    I hope you all had happy holidays and a fun new year!💙
    22 days ago
  • pizzagirl7
    pizzagirl7 replied to a comment in
    1. Lots of stuff but I got some funko pops , earrings , a bed set , pictures , toe socks!!(awesome) 2 . prob moving 22 hours from where I was born ( but 10 from where I lived ) 3.prob November its my birthday month! 4.YASSS! 5 . I'm not sure but I just read the new baby sitters club graphic novel and I love it!!!😍
    22 days ago
  • pizzagirl7
    pizzagirl7liked a comment in National Geographic Kids Book Club.
    Hi Guys!! I'm back with few questions for this week!! 1) What did you get for Christmas?? (If you don't celebrate Christmas, How is your winter-break going so far?) 2) What was one memorable thing that you did this year? 3) What was your favorite month? Why? 4) Are you excited for 2021?? 5) What is your favorite book that makes you comfortable during winter? My Answers: 1) 2 hairbrush, a phone, and a table kind of thing that is movable. 2) Moving to a new place. 3) My favorite month this year was December because I had a lot of good memories with my family and friends. (except the COVID situation...) 4) Yes!! 5) I like to read or watch Harry Potter series because it is my all time favorite book series!! I hope you had a great year!!
    23 days ago
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  • pizzagirl7
    pizzagirl7liked a comment in National Geographic Kids Book Club.
    Happy new year everyone! New year is coming! 2020 is going to be over! 2021 on the way! What's your new year resolution?Mine is to wake up early in the morning and helping poor people!
    23 days ago
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    I hope you all have a merry Christmas !!🎄🎄🎄
    About 1 month ago
  • nac
    nac added a book review.
    A fantastic retelling, It's Oliver Twist with a twist (Pun intended). Oliver Twist was a girl. I really can't think of any other way to say it. But when young Ollie was reunited with HER long lost uncle, She went from scrappy orphan Oliver Twist, to Beautiful miss Olivia Brownlow. And now she lives a comfortable life that is a far cry from her old one. But the past that Olivia has so long tried to bury resurfaces, and Olivia finds her old friend, Dodger, now Jack, trying to bury his past as well. And before long, against all odds, Olivia finds herself in love with the handsome young gentleman Dodger has become. But as hard as Olivia and Jack try, they just can't seem to bury the past, and as another street lord arises, along with another long lost relative, Olivia and Jack must remember their past and do everything they can to protect the ones they love, even if it ends in death. The Author did a fantastic job weaving the old story to her new one, and I definitely recommend this book. However, it is geared towards a more mature audience, I would say 13+. And I would place it in the category of Romance, with a little bit of mystery and a tinge of action/adventure.
    About 1 month ago
  • nac
    nac's book review was featured in The Mysterious Benedict Society.
    The Mysterious Benedict Society and The Riddle of Ages was a great book, with an ending I never saw coming. Main characters Kate, Sticky (George), Constance, and Reynie are growing up, and each one is faced with decisions about their futures. But a new threat from the villainous Ten Men is arising, along with a new member of the bakers dozen, someone who could rival even Constance's telepathic power. So now the Mysterious Benedict Society is together once again to solve the riddles and get to Mr. Benedict in time. I found this book extremely interesting, and hilarious, with just the right amounts of intensity and humor. The puzzles and clues and riddles were all amazing, and I would definitely give it a five star. It seems to be for and age audience of around 10+ and I would categorize as Mystery and Action/adventure.
    About 1 month ago

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