Fall Book list!


We must accept it, school days have come. *moment of mourning* But with school awesome things are here I introduce to you… the fall book list! :D

The Wee Free Men by Terry Pratchett. If you like 9-year-old girls whacking monsters with frying pans and of course the 6 inch stealin’ fightn’ Wee free men this is the book for you!

Photo on 9-9-15 at 6.14 PMHarry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone by J.K. Rowling. Ye olde classic favorite, magic, awesome girls, and ghosts. The whole package!

Floors by Patrick Carman. Do you like awesome hotels? Do you like ducks? Do you like mystery? Read this book. :)

A Snicker of Magic by Natalie Lloyd. Ice cream. Magic. Nothing more must be said. :P

The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielsen. Just read it. ;)

Sisters by Raina Telgemeier. I love the all the drawings in this book! :D

The Essential Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson. A 6-year-old boy and a “tiger”. What could possibly go wrong? Simply hilarious!

* The words are my own – Ms. ReadsALot 

Book of the Week: The Dragon Lantern By Alan Gratz


What the story is about: This story is about Hachi, Fergus and Archie again (seeing as it’s the sequel to the league of Screen Shot 2015-09-05 at 9.10.00 AMseven, if you didn’t read that post click here) This book also brings in new members of the League including the scientist, the trickster and the hero. The scientist is a girl called Sings in the night, she was transformed by the Septemberist society to have feet and wings like a birds, the trickster is a girl named Kitsune who has ears and a tail of a fox, she can also make people see what she wants them to see. And last but not least is Clyde who is the hero, Clyde has a big metal robot that thinks its a dog. They have lots of adventures, but learn some secrets too…

My scale of awesomeness:  :D :D This book was so good!!! I think my favorite characters are still Hachi but I also like Kitsune and Sings in the night! :P

The words are my own. ~ Miss Reads A. Lot

Book of the Week: The Search for Delicious By: Natalie Babbitt


What the story is about: The Prime Minister DeeCree was writing a dictionary, and he was all the way up to D. Unfortunately along with D also comes delicious and its definition, so the prime minister put down ” as delicious as fried Screen Shot 2015-08-31 at 8.58.24 AMfish.” (I disagree, I think delicious is a slice of chocolate pudding pie with whipped cream but that might be just me) And so he went to  go show the king his progress, when they got to delicious the king said no, he must change it, everyone knows that delicious is an apple, but the General of the armies was standing near and he said no everybody knows delicious is a mug of beer and pretty soon everyone was shouting, the Queen was yelling christmas pudding, and the king and the General were glaring at each other. So it was decided that DeeCree’s 12 year old assistant Gaylen would go and take a poll for what delicious was.

My scale of awesomeness: This book was delicious itself! I think my favorite character was Ardis ( I didn’t mention her but you would know her if you read the book) What do you think the definition of delicious is? Comment below and I’ll publish all the answers soon!


* The words are my own. ~ Miss Reads A. Lot

Book of the Week: The League of Seven By Alan Gratz


Screen Shot 2015-08-28 at 9.45.23 AMWhat the story is about: (This story is an alternate history set in the 1800s and an evil Tomas Edison who experiments with the forbidden substance that raises the Mangleborn: electricity) It’s about three kids named Archie (Archibald), Hachi and Fergus. Together they start to form the new league, the league of seven, the league that stops the Mangleborn from taking over the world. ( Mangleborn are very bad giant monsters) The league is always made up of seven people with different powers, one is a tinker, a scientist, a warrior, a hero, a law bringer, a trickster and the strongman. Hachi is the warrior, she also has 5 different clockwork circus animals that she can use to help her, Fergus is the tinker, but he has a bad leg so he made himself a mechanic leg instead. And Archie is the hero, or so they think. Malacar Aheshterat or the Swarm Queen is rising and its up to them to stop her. Can they do it?

My scale of awesomeness: This book is 很好! ( that means very good in chinese) I think my favorite character is Hachi and her clockwork circus which includes Mr. Lion, Tusker (Elephant), Freckles (Giraffe), Zee (Zeebra) and JoJo (gorilla)


*I typed all of my words, I found  the book image and I formatted this post. The words are my own. ~ Miss Reads A. Lot

Book of the (Hopefully) Week: Artemis Fowl, The lost colony by Eoin Colfer


Screen Shot 2015-07-26 at 11.30.41 AMWhat the story is about: A long time ago there was a huge battle between the humans and the fairies for Ireland, the fairies felt that they couldn’t win so they retreated underground so they could live in peace and be forgotten. Everyone except for the demons. Instead of surrendering the demons chose to enter another dimension, the Limbo, and chose to live there planning their revenge for decades. Now the spell is coming apart and demons are being randomly transported to random places on earth. The only people who can predict when this will happen is a 14 year old irish boy named Artimis Fowl and perhaps a 12 year old girl

My scale of awesomeness:  :D ! This book was sooooooooooooooo good I finished it the day after I got it! My favorite character was probably Holly (who I didn’t mention but you will know if you read the book!

PS. :) = good :) :) = great :D = OHMYGOSHREADTHISBOOKASAP!

*I typed my words, I did the punctuation, I found the book image , and I formated this post. The words are my own. ~ Ms. Reads A lot 

Book of the Week: Tuck Everlasting By: Natalie Babbitt


Screen Shot 2015-05-31 at 3.04.07 PMWhat this book is about: This book is about a 10-year-old girl named Winnie Foster. The book is also about the Tuck family, there is Mae Tuck, Angus Tuck, She is tired of her family and the same old places, So she decides to run away, into the woods that her family owns. Inside she finds a spring with a about 17-year-old boy sitting next to it, drinking out of the spring. She asks what his name is, he replies with Jesse Tuck, then Winnie asks if its safe to drink, the Jesse says no, and that she definitely doesn’t want to drink it. She points out that he was drinking it, just then Mae Tuck comes galloping into the clearing, sizes up the situation and pulls Winnie up onto her horse and gallops away with Jesse following. ( Perhaps because of the spring?)

My scale of awesomeness: :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D, That’s all I have to say, that’s it… Just Kidding! I ABSOLUTELY  LOVED THIS BOOK. Literally, I read it in about an hour! ( But the post was seriously hard to write since this book is so complicated!) – Ms. ReadsALot