Books I Recommend: Five Little Peppers And How They Grew by Margaret Sidney

Hey, everyone! This is my 36th book recommendation list. I hope you enjoy!

1. Five Little Peppers And How They Grew by Margaret Sidney

2. Jumping the Scratch by Sarah Weeks

3. As Simple as It Seems by Sarah Weeks

4. My Vicksburg by Ann Rinaldi

5. Honey by Sarah Weeks

6. The True Story of Christmas by Anne Fine

7. The Kite Fighters by Linda Sue Park

8. Two Friendship Tales by Lisa Papademetriou and Kimberly Morris

9. The Man Who Walked The Earth by Ian Wallace

10. The Wall by Eve Bunting

11. The Giant Ball of String by Arthur Geisert

12. Joyful Noise by Paul Fleischman

13. Lake Ontario by Anne Ylvisaker

14. Amelia Bedelia Dances Off by Herman Parish

15. Horrible Harry and the Wedding Spies by Suzy Kline

16. The Boardwalk Mystery by Gertrude Chandler Warner

17. The Spy Game by Gertrude Chandler Warner

18. The Seattle Puzzle by Gertrude Chandler Warner

19. The Mystery on the Ice by Gertrude Chandler Warner

20. Memories of Babi by Aranka Siegal

21.  Prairie Winter by Bonnie Geisert

22. Memory and Magic by Erica David

23. Book of Wonders by Jasmine Richards

24. The Key to the Indian by Lynne Reid Banks

25. Who Is Malala Yousafzai? by Dinah Brown

26. Sally Ride by Sue Macy

27. The Case of the Bicycle Bandit by James Preller

28. Chinese New Year Crafts by Karen E. Bledsoe

29. Adventures in Art by Susan Milord

30. Stories in Cloth by Ann Stalcup

31. Christmas Fun by Deri Robins

32. Boredom Blasters by Susan Todd

33. Make Your Own Christmas Ornaments by Ginger Johnson

34. Horrible Harry and The Dungeon by Suzy Kline

35. Meteor Showers by J.A. Kelley

36. The Legend of Santa Claus by Tim Slover

37. East by Edith Pattou

Books I Recommend: The View From Saturday by E.L. Konigsburg

Hey, everyone! This is my 30th book recommendation. I hope you enjoy!

1. The View of Saturday by E.L. Konigsburg
2. Grace Makes It Great by Mary Casanova
3. Benny Uncovers A Mystery by Gertrude Chandler Warner
4. Wishing the Moon by Michael O. Tunnell
5. Grace by Mary Casanova
6. My Secret Guide to Paris by Lisa Schroeder
7. The Perfect Place by Teresa E. Harris
8. Danger in the Darkest Hour by Mary Pope Osborne
9. A Pinch of Magic by Kiki Thorpe
10. Remembering Mrs. Rossi by Amy Hest
11. Searching for Candlestick Park by Peg Kehret
12. The Mystery of the Star Ruby by Gertrude Chandler Warner
13. The Vampire Mystery by Gertrude Chandler Warner
14. Hound Dog True by Linda Urban
15. The Leap by Jonathan Stroud
16. I’m Too Fond of My Fur! by Geronimo Stilton
17. Vincent Van Gogh by Jan Greenberg and Sandra Jordan
18. Ripley’s Believe or Not! Kids & Silly Stories by Ripley Company Inc.
19. Vincent Van Gogh by Sean Connolly
20. Who Was Queen Victoria? by Jim Gigliotti
21. Vincent Van Gogh by Mike Venezia
22. Van Gogh by Shelley Swanson Sateron
23. Moon Plane by Peter McCarty
24. Walking to School by Eve Bunting
25. The Khan’s Daughter by Laurence Yep
26. The World Almanac for Kids 2011 by Infobase Publishing
27. Jacket by Andrew Clements
28. Hit & Miss by Paul Mantell
29. Johnny Appleseed by Will Moss
30.  If Stones Could Talk by Marc Aronson
31. Marking A Millennium by Betsy Maestro

A Friendship Story: A Friendship Between 4 Types of Candy

Hi there! This story will be for friendship. It should be helpful. You are about to enter a story about 4 candies friendship with a moral.

Jellybean went walking and found his friend Rocky (also known as Rock Candy). So Jellybean told him his wish of how he wanted to be seen. After that, Rocky set off to help his friend with a flyer. Shortly after, he ran into Orange Slice.

So he told Orange all about it. Before long, Orange set off to help Jellybean. After that, the candies became desperate and determined to help Jellybean.

A few days later, they ran into Jellybean and they told him their plan and he liked it. The plan was to let Jellybean do funny tricks. In 2 days, they put on a show.

In just 2 months, he got extremely popular. He was happy that his wish came true. From that day, they became best friends.

The moral of that story was if you wish something badly and you tell someone. Chances are you might just get your wish. Wasn’t that a great story?


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