Kid & Teen Book Reviews

Grk and the Hotdog Trail Book Review

Looking for an awesome summer read? Come follow the lovable dog Grk and his owner Tim as they try to locate a missing statue on the stre... read more

Confessions of a Serial Kisser Book Review

Evangeline is through with love, thanks to her parent's divorce, but all that changes when she stumbles upon a book that changes her mind! ... read more

Schooled Book Review

It’s time to head back to school whether you like it or not so you may as well try to get in the spirit (no one likes a sulker). Here's a great... read more

Genius Squad Book Review

Cadel Piggott is back in Genius Squad, the follow up to Catherine Jinks’ successful novel, Evil Genius.... read more

Cathy's Book Book Review

Cathy Vickers is determined to find out why her boyfriend dumped her and then disappeared off the face of the earth. Check out what this... read more

Julian Rodriguez Book Review

Julian Rodriguez is not your average eight-year-old. For starters he is a First Officer of the Federation on a secret assignment to eart... read more

The Seventh Tower Series Book Review

The Seventh Tower fantasy series follows two kids who live in a world left in complete darkness after its sun is blocked by a magical Ve... read more

The Pocket Guide to Mischief Book Review

Wanna be the best prankster since Bart Simpson? This book promises to teach you everything you need to know about pulling the perfect pr... read more

The Shell Magicians Book Review

We dug for treasure in Kai Meyer's pirate-packed new novel, The Shell Magicians. Read our book review to see what we found!... read more

A Little Friendly Advice Book Review

Ruby's world is turned upside down when her long-lost dad re-enters her life. Here's our review of Siobhan Vivian's debut novel, A Littl... read more

Nim's Island Book Review

Nim's adventures are so crazy, they've now been turned into a major motion picture. We review the book that started it all!... read more

Blood Brothers Book Review

Clay is a high school student that dreams of being a doctor. His world gets turned upside down when his best friend overdoses. Can Clay ... read more

Click Book Review

When Grandpa Gee dies, he leaves Maggie and Jason gifts that will tell them more about their grandpa and themselves than they can ima... read more

My Body, My Self Book Review

If you've ever wondered why your body does the things it does, but were too embarrassed to ask your parents, this book could be for you.... read more

Lulu Atlantis and the Quest for True Blue Love Book Review

When Lulu gains a new baby brother and is no longer the center of attention at home, she sets off to find her true blue love.... read more

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whatdaheck posted in General:
"-Gwen9--" wrote:I will get a Baja blast anyway. I'll get one too xD
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Pink_Kitty posted in Debating:
Grade schooler from 5 to 10 Tween 11 and 12 Teen 13 and up Adult at 18 Where I live you can't really get in trouble with the police until 13. At 12 you can babysit and your parents can leave you home alone for a while.
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0-1 yrs. Newborn 1-3 yrs. Toddler 3-4/5 yrs. Baby 6 yrs. Almost a small fry. 7-9 yrs. Small fry. (Except if YOLOSWAG / squeaker) 9-11 yrs. Big kid. (Except if YOLOSWAG / squeaker) 12 yrs. Preteen, should know enough. 13-14 yrs. JAWSTIN BIBUR 4EVER if female. Sagging and swearing loads if male. 14-16 yrs. I like girlfriends / boyfriends... And parties. 17 yrs. Of you go, in your new car, away from home. 18 yrs. You are either a big disappointment or the most successful and parents-be-proud-able child in history. Or you are in the army. Then just stay chill. 20 yrs. ARMY TIME! Except if you already went. 22 yrs (about). Start looking for dat job before it's too late! 22-65 yrs. Just keep working and have a nice life. (If you got a job) 65 yrs. RETIRE AT WILL! 100 yrs. A life goal, you should be fading away now. Let the next generation succeed you. If anything sounded offensive, I can edit this, and some lines are a bit of a joke or simple advice. Thanks for taking your time to read this chart over all the ages and about what should be happening then.
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-Gwen9-- posted in General:
I will get a Baja blast anyway.
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