Sacramento Public Library

November 2017


    Expelled - James Patterson and Emily Raymond

    Imagine getting hacked on your Twitter account, having a photo of someone else posted, then being expelled for something you didn't do. Theo Foster in this book works had to prove his innocence. Read this book! 5/5 stars.

    -Diana, 14
    The School for Good and Evil

    The School for Good and Evil - Soman Chainani

    This book is amazing simply put. This book gives a new dark twist to seemingly pure fairy-tales and will give you a ride you'll remember.

    -Sara, 14
    The Communist Manifesto

    The Communist Manifesto - Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels

    An interesting read and very insightful to the communist ideology of the 1800s. Some interesting ideas about government and the economy. A little difficult to understand, but worth it.

    -Veronika, 14
    Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

    Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - J. K. Rowling

    I have read this book a hundred times and still love it to this day! The series is amazing, especially the movies!

    -Anonymous, 14
    The Giver

    The Giver - Lois Lowry

    This book is very interesting. And by that, I mean how weird it would be if someone just chose our lives for us. Like, who are we going to be. Jonas becomes a Receiver. Now keep in mind, this world is black and white and kids get sorted to random families. I KNOW!! SO WEIRD!! But anyway, Jonas is the only one that knows the true meaning of life, because after all he is the Receiver of his community. Read it, you'll definitely know what I'm talking about.

    -Diana, 14

    Divergent - Veronica Roth

    This book is AMAZING! Love is real here and Tris and Tobias learn to support each other. Tobias learns that Tris is strong and knows how to take care of herself. The series overall is just pure amazing! So get off that phone, and pick up this book!

    -Diana, 14
    Everything, Everything

    Everything, Everything - Nicola Yoon

    This book is definitely something. It's nothing like I have ever read before.

    - Beatrice, 14
    The 5th Wave

    The 5th Wave - Rick Yancey

    Just imagine if the world was full of aliens and you didn't even know it because they look human! Picture your friend, who isn't really your friend but someone else. Exactly! Wouldn't that be creepy? In this book you will learn about a girl named Cassiopeia (yes, she was named after a constellation) who runs away and is saved by a man named Evan. She loses her mother and father but is still left with her little brother Sammy. Definitely recommend that you check this out

    -Diana, 14
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