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KDL Kid Picks: Ella Black


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KDL Kids Book Club ReaderName: Ella Black
Age: 9
School: Crestwood Elementary School in Rockford
Book: ‘Geronimo Stilton’ by Edizioni Piemme

What is the book About:
Silly stuff about Geronimo and his friends

Favorite Character and Why
Geronimo, because he is so funny

What Do You Think Happens Next
More silly stuff

What kind of book do you want to read next
I’m reading the Magic Treehouse series right now, and I love them!

What do you like most about reading?
I like relaxing and learning about things.

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