Reviews by Tag: friendship

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The BFG by Roald Dahl


By Roald Dahl
Rated by
Sep 30, 2022

The BFG is a fantasy fiction book written by Roald Dahl. The BFG stands for
The Big Friendly Giant. He's not an ordinary Giant, as he learns new ways from the
humans and the Giants. He goes through many situations with a human, and he's
learning the differences of both the worlds. The main characters of The BFG, and
his Giants. Sophie and the other orphan children are also an important part of
this book. The BFG wishes to save the children from the other mean and vicious

Teen Review
Save Me a Seat by Sarah Weeks and Gita Varadarajan

Save Me a Seat

By Sarah Weeks and Gita Varadarajan
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Sep 27, 2022

Save Me a Seat is a fiction book written by Sarah Weeks and Gita
Varadarajan. Joe and Ravi are very different, however they have a common bully
at school. Even though they have the support of their families they need each
other's support to take control over their life, during a crazy time. Ravi and Joe
both get bullied by Dillon and try to get out of this situation in different ways.
They both wish to settle in their class, and be respected, and for things to go

Teen Review
They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera

They Both Die at the End

By Adam Silvera
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Sep 12, 2022

This adventure fiction book by Adam Silvera was definitely one of the best books I have ever
read. It all begins when two total strangers get a call from Death Cast saying they are going to
die in the next 24 hours. Both download an app that finds them a best friend to live out the last
hours of their life. They set out on a mission to live a lifetime in one day together. This is a
wonderful book told by many different perspectives that merge into one plot for one amazing

Teen Review
American as Paneer Pie by Supriya Kelkar

American as Paneer Pie

By Supriya Kelkar
Rated by
Sriha P.
Aug 26, 2022

Lekha has a birthmark on her forehead. It is supposed to be luck, but for
her, she would not say it is lucky. Lekha goes to a school with not many
Indians and she is always teased for her unshaved legs, permanent bindi, and
generally for being an Indian. Suddenly another Indian becomes her
neighbor. Avanthika, is a lot more confident than Lekha even though she has
an accent. This book is how she tells her story with ups and downs about
being Indian.

Teen Review
The Ickabog by J.K. Rowling

The Ickabog

By J.K. Rowling
Rated by
Claire A.
Jul 24, 2022

The Ickabog, by J. K. Rowling, is a story about love, friendship, never giving up, and a
very big monster. Daisy and Bert live in a perfect kingdom, until a man comes
complaining of the story tale Ickabog. The king investigates with a team of men. They
return with one man dead and a king terrified the Ickabog is coming for him. Daisy faces
a new home and a nasty old lady. Bert is on the run when he finds Daisy again. As they

Teen Review
Red Kayak by Priscilla Cummings

Red Kayak

By Priscilla Cummings
Rated by
Colin K.
Jul 19, 2022

Red Kayak by Priscilla Cummings is an excellent book for adolescents about friendship and
trust-- for when thirteen-year-old Brady and his best friends J.T. and Digger get entwined in a
tragedy, Brady has to decide between company and right and wrong. I love this book because it
teaches kids to do the right thing and to tell the truth no matter what. I also enjoyed this book
because of its surprising twists and turns, keeping the reader on their toes.

Teen Review
Squire by Sara Alfageeh and Nadia Shammas


By Sara Alfageeh and Nadia Shammas
Rated by
Tyler H.
Jun 15, 2022

Squire is a story about Aiza, a girl who wishes to be a knight. Throughout all of her childhood she has struggled as she is a part of the Ornu people who were captured long ago and are not granted full citizenship. Knighthood is her only path to citizenship and her one true desire. But things are a lot harder than Aiza expected. The war isn’t as black and white as it might have seemed. Maybe she isn’t being turned into a noble knight, but just yet another killing machine.

Teen Review
Deeplight by Frances Hardinge


By Frances Hardinge
Rated by
Aadit G.
Jun 14, 2022

Rating: 3

My rating for this book is a 3 because the book felt not put together and just not right. The genre seems a bit off and mixes horror and fantasy. In my opinion, this is not a very good combination.


This is about two boys who grow up together like brothers. The story talks about how the gods of the myriads caused a lot of damage to human society and killed thousands. These two boys then have to go through many challenges throughout the book.


Teen Review
Camp by Kayla Miller


By Kayla Miller
Rated by
Cl3v3r D0lph1n
Jun 8, 2022

Camp is about two girls named Willow and Olive. They learn to trust each other and learn the value of friendship. Even though they have fights, they sort it out and are friends again. Camp is a great book and I liked it a lot. I think it has a great story line and deserves a high rating. You should definitely read Camp!

Teen Review
True (...sort of) by Katherine Hannigan

True (...sort of)

By Katherine Hannigan
Rated by
Colin K.
Jun 3, 2022

Heartfelt in many ways, True (...sort of) is a fantastic book for kids. Delly, the protagonist, is a troublesome eleven-year-old girl who is one strike from being sent away. But her pretend friend Ferris is destined to keep her out of trouble with their new surprise project. Delly’s made-up vocabulary also makes this book kiddish despite its impactful underlying message on friendship and trust.

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