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Bunny Reviews: Middle grade, fantasy, adventure – FINN FINNEGAN by Darby Karchut
Bunny Reviews: Middle Grade book – Dear Dumb Diary Year Two #3: Nobody’s Perfect. I’m As Close As It Gets By: Jim Benton
Bunny Reviews: The first book in the new LOVECRAFT MIDDLE SCHOOL series: Professor Gargoyle
Bunny Reviews: Children’s horror book – Little Magic Shop of Horrors: Deadtime Stories By: Annette and Gina Cascone
Bunny Reviews: Steam punk, middle grade, paranormal, adventure novel SECTORS by Brick Marlin
Bunny reviews: The second book in the middle-grade dystopian fantasy series THE UNWANTEDS: Island of Silence by New York Times bestselling author Lisa McMann.
Bunny Reviews: the middle grade fantasy / adventure novel, The Unwanteds by Lisa McMann.
Bunny Reviews: Reality Bites by Shaunda Kennedy Wenger Growing up in a family of vampires, witches, werewolves, and other assorted embarrassments can be tough on a girl who is just trying to be normal and fit in. When the school plans a Halloween ball, dressing up proves to be a lot harder than it should. Mackenzie has high hopes to at least talk with the boy she likes, but first she has to make it out of the house ALIVE, or at least looking like she’s not Half-Dead.
Bunny Reviews: Island Eyes, Island Skies. This is the story of a friendship that develops between Rob, an introspective middle school boy, and D.C., a tall, smart-alecky girl from another town. The two meet and are drawn to each other at D.C.’s cousin’s early summer party, but as soon thereafter tragedy strikes their respective families, they don’t see each other again until the following fall. Although generally lighthearted and humorous in tone, the novel is at times serious, expressing honest, heart-felt emotion as it recounts the growth of the friendship — until tragedy strikes one more time.