Among the Imposters is the second book in the series called "Shadow children." In this book Luke sees a shadow from the kitchen window. He decides to take a risk and go to that house to see what it is. He hopes it is also another third child like him. He meets a girl named Jen . They get along great until he finds out that she wants to protest in front of the government building. Jen has something unexpected happen to her at the end. I would recommend this book because it has a lot of unexpected twists and turns as you read.
This book is very funny because they are with a talking tape dispenser. The tape dispenser has humor.The raccoon is very mean and the tree can only say "I am Groot." The book is also very interesting because they are stranded on a planet that there are only robots.My favorite part of the book is that their ship was basically eaten by space piranhas!
This book is about a girl named Esperanza who has everything she could ever want. She lives on a ranch with her family and has a happy life. One day her father goes on a business trip and doesn't return. Her mother finds herself in a conflict with Esperanza's uncles. They threaten them so much that they have to leave. They leave all their belongings and go to California. There they go to a camp were her life changes forever. My favorite part of the book was when she moved to California and learned many more life lessons. I want kids to know that this book relates to a lot of people around them. Esperanza learned a lot about herself and mostly about her own abilities.
Devon Delany goes and spends the summer with her grandma. She meets a girl named Lexi. She tells Lexi lies like she is dating the most popular guy in school and that she is really popular. In reality she isn't popular and she isn't dating the most popular guy in school. When Lexi comes to her school without telling her she totally freaks out and starts to lie even more. At the end she ends up with something unexpected. My favorite part of this book is the lesson that it tells as the story goes on. The book shows that karma goes around and comes around. It also shows that you should always tell the truth and that lying will always come out with an unexpected result.