book review

Bridge to Terabithia, Reviewed by Alex Reuhs, 13

Bridge to Terabithia, by Katherine Patterson, is a beautifully-told coming-of-age story. It is, rightfully so, an award-winning novel, with likable characters, a simple yet deeply meaningful plot, and a spectacular ending. The book is told through the eyes of the main character, Jess, though not with his voice. Jess is a young boy who is […]

All the Answers, Reviewed by Madeline Male, 14

All the Answers is an enjoyable novel, and so much more. It explores a yearning that humankind shares: having all the answers of the world, at your fingertips. Say goodbye to questions and guesses, right? The world would be so much simpler! Actually, when a shy middle schooler, Ava Anderson, finds a magical pencil that […]

Danny, the Champion of the World, Reviewed by Philip Chen, 12

Danny, the Champion of the World by Roald Dahl is one of the most underrated books I have read. In comparison to his other books such as Matilda and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, I feel like this book doesn’t get as much praise as it deserves.    Like his other famous books, Danny, the Champion […]

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