These are my all-time, favorite books. You have to read these at some point in your life. These are the books that changed me and have stayed with me since I first picked them up. Enjoy.

Mrs. Ennis’ Must Read Books

Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry
it was amazing
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Cinder
it was amazing
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The False Prince
it was amazing
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The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane
it was amazing
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Pax
it was amazing
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The Honest Truth
it was amazing
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Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library
it was amazing
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Fish in a Tree
it was amazing
I really enjoyed this book and highly recommend it to all teachers. It really made me reflect on how my students view me and how I can help more students succeed. What a great lesson in empathy, perseverance, being unique, and staying tr…
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A Night Divided
it was amazing
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El Deafo
it was amazing
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Out of the Dust
it was amazing
When I first saw this book, I was hesitant because of the poetry format. However, this book hooked me from the start with the relatable and lovable characters, imagery, and historical context. This is a great story of perseverance and fo…
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The Bad Beginning
it was amazing
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Booked
it was amazing
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Brown Girl Dreaming
it was amazing
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The War that Saved My Life
really liked it
I loved this book. I enjoy reading about World War II and this was a different aspect of the war than I typically read about. My only complaint is the character Mam-I wasn’t fully convinced of her character and she wasn’t as developed as…
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Serafina and the Black Cloak
it was amazing
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The Crossover
it was amazing
Absolutely loved this book! I loved the language, references, and different styles of writing (rap, commentator, poetry). I also loved the themes of friendship, growing up, and family. I have hooked almost half of my class by reading the…
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The One and Only Ivan
it was amazing
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Holes
it was amazing
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Inside Out and Back Again
really liked it
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Counting by 7s
it was amazing
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The Giver
it was amazing
Thought-provoking and a must read.This classic dystopian story is rich in vivid descriptions and mystery. Lois Lowry keeps you turning pages not by non-stop action, but by feeding you little bits and pieces of information, which leaves…

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The Alchemyst
it was amazing
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Where the Red Fern Grows
it was amazing
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Number the Stars
it was amazing
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Ella Enchanted
it was amazing
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Hatchet
really liked it
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Wonder
it was amazing
This was truly an amazing story of courage and friendship. I loved the different perspectives and seeing the characters grow. Great read for all ages.
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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
it was amazing
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The Hunger Games
it was amazing
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The Lightning Thief
it was amazing
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