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Reader's Choice. See what other students are reading

Scarborough : a novel

Scarborough by Catherine Hernandez

"I believe that other students should read this book because it has a different way of writing about the struggles and the ''little rays of sunshine'' that life gives but the book is also very good because it doesn't just stay with one character in the story, it has about 4 of them but they all connect with each other. "
Birchmount Park Collegiate Institute

The thousandth floor

The Thousandth Floor by Katherine McGee

"The Thousandth Floor is a futuristic and fascinating trilogy...The book is very imaginative and extraordinary as it is a realistic-fiction and predicts the future of technology. It is an engrossing, gripping and addictive read that leaves the reader wanting the next novel. "
Agincourt Collegiate Institute

The way back home

The Way Back Home by Allan Stratton

"This book is unique because it has an excellent lesson. I would recommend this book to those people who like to read mysterious stories and would want to get a good laugh. This book will break your heart and then heal it. You would have to read the book to know what happens."
Valley Park Middle School

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