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Teen Reviews -- Summer 2013

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Book, movie, and CD reviews that have been written by teens participating in the 2013 Teen Summer Reading Program, "Beneath the Surface." Posted with permission of the reviewers.

Ratings are on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being the best. Newest reviews appear at the top of the list for each star rating.

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Book Reviews

Five Stars

I felt that Beautiful Creatures had a great story line. I liked that they placed it in the real world. It made it feel like it could happen. I liked how they made the connection with Lena and Ethan. It made it feel magical. All around it was a great book that most people would like to read.

Review by Megan, grade 9

It's very captivating with major romance and mystery. A simpleton guy from a small town finds out that this new summer time city isn't all its cracked up to be. There are real vampires and some aren't as friendly as they seem. It is truly a must read for the summer.

Review by Robin

This book is easy to read and keeps you wanting to know more. Personally, I loved Gus, he was sweet and hilarious. This book is perfect for anyone in middle school or up!

Review by Amanda

The book I'm doing my review on is "Matilda." I picked Matilda because it's one of my favorite books. I also enjoyed the movie. Matilda is about a little girl growing up on her own in a family she doesn't belong. She discovers that she has magical powers. In the end she was adopted by her teacher which she loved, and they lived happily ever after.

Review by Mariah, grade 9

Four Stars

Three Stars

Two Stars

One Star

Movie, Music and Audiobook Reviews

Five Stars

Four Stars

The movie I'm doing this review on is "Holes." I decided to do a review on this movie because it's one of my favorites. This movie is mainly about Stanley Yelnats gets sent away to a correctional camp for stealing shoes, that he was wrongly accused for. There family believes in this 100 year old curse that his great great grandfather put on them. In the end he finds a treasure chest that was meant for him all along, but throughout the whole movie they would look back into the past and tell the story of "kissing Kate Barlow." Which was one of my favorite characters, my other favorite character was Theodore aka "Arm pit."

Review by Mariah, grade 9

Three Stars

Two Stars

One Star

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