Duo Wei Hu
The Lightning Thief is the first book of one of my top favourite series; Percy Jackson and the Olympians. Percy Jackson is the main character of this series and is amazed to find out that the Greek Gods exist and still do. He is a demigod, half human and half god and hero in training. He is framed by Zeus, the king of the gods for stealing his symbol of power, a lightning bolt. Join Percy as he embarks on a quest to prevent a civil war. He is a regular hero, just your average son of Poseidon.
Kerry, a sophomore outcast at Pondfield High School thinks her life has finally
started to begin when three most popular girls at school start to notice her. Finally she gets to be with the right crowd and feel like a ‘somebody’ for once. But what is she going to do with this ‘right’ crowd? Are these three girls right?
After using her for a while, those three suddenly have a horrible accident and
she is once more the outcast. But one day she gets a text message that turn into a horrifying and confusing series of events that will terrify and make you want to read to the very end…
KJ, a girl who lives with her dad most of her life after her mother died has always been pretty normal in high school and the small town she lives in. After a summer, she heads back to school, finally being confident about her appearance, a new boy from Minnesota changes her life. Being bonded together as friends from the neighbors, the wolves, they start noticing what people around them think about them. Two sides of a debate swirl around the town about killing wolves, and shocking events start to occur which will change everything about her forever.
This diary shows the point of view of Jamie Kelly, a girl who simply thinks that most things in the world are disgusting or nasty or in her own words, ewww. Here are a few things….. 1. Angeline, her yet to be unpleasantly pretty and popular cousin. 2. Poufy brown bridesmaid dresses along with a set of torture devices (which are really wooden clogs) 3. Having a best friend name your pimples. Read on and find out just what happens in this middle school life.
Connelly Sternin has always compared high school to a fairy-tale Kingdom. She would be Rapunzel locked by a high-rise apartment building, SAT’s and college applications and by the secrets she locks herself in. Her few friends think her parents are divorced-but they’re not. Her father died when she was two but she had no idea what happened. If she is Rapunzel, then Jeremy is the prince of every fairytale. He’s the son of a great, famous and rich New York City family. So when he sits next to her at lunch, Connelly couldn’t be more surprised. But Jeremy has a terrible secret of his own, not unlike Connelly’s. As their friendship grows, she finds out that secrets shouldn’t be protected in her case, it’s the truth that should be hidden.
Effie Maloney has been for years for St. Dom’s special 4th grade camp. Isn’t it great that she can spend an entire week with everyone (well maybe except for her older sister Maxey and worst enemy, Kayla) but when Maxey starts to show up around camp, Camp Wickitawa turns into Camp Calamity. How can Effie admit that she can’t swim. She can’t even float. But she better learn fast, because she needs to win outstanding camper of the week and win back her family’s good name (and she isn’t homesick, uh, no she’s not, not really) Read this adventure of laughter, smores, campfires and more!
Two complete strangers escape together to embark on a pirate journey around the high seas and endure many escapes, attacks, dangers and of course the find of treasure. One tells the other a shocking secret that brings them closer and travels them for destiny