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Twilightgirl525
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Registered: ‎12-13-2008
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Summer reading assignment

Hey everyone i have to do a summer reading assignment on a book of my choice but i cant figure out the book to do it on. i have read many books this summer but they where all about vampires and i dont want to do my project on vampires lol. can anyone give me suggestions on a book for my assignment? thanks :smileyhappy:
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musicangirl
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Registered: ‎11-30-2007
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Re: Summer reading assignment

I have a ton but I'll give you some:

 

 

 

  • Going to Far by Jennifer Echols (Amazing book...)
  • Anything by Meg Cabot really... I'm reading the Mediator Series now and I completely enjoy it
  • Oh My Goth by Gene Showalter
  • Sarah Dessen Novels are good
  • If you like Romance History Fiction I would suggest the books by Eva Ibboston
  • Society of S is a semi Vampire Novel but good
  • If you like fighting and stuff like that maybe Cry of the Icemark
 
-MG 

 

~Mg

Sometimes people give up,
other times they move on,
and sometimes they just stay still.

I turned to the clarinets. They were a resourceful lot.~Jennifer Echols, Major Crush
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BeeZnEEz101
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Registered: ‎03-11-2009
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Re: Summer reading assignment

skinned by robin wasserman

 

13 reasons why by jay asher