Since winter break is the perfect time for reading, our Hampton Herald staff chose 12 books that they would recommend to read during the break.
Book 1: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling.
In the fourth book of Harry Potter Harry encounters a surprise ,and is forced into it by someone. People wanting a great plot twist, fantasy, and the only known survivor of You-Know-Who will enjoy it. It is available in the Baltimore County Library and most bookstores.
Book 2: A Tale Of Magic… By: Chris Colfer
When Brystal Evergreen stumbles upon a secret area in a library, she finds a book about a world beyond her imagination, and figures out that she is capable of magic! Brystal lives in a society where magic is strictly forbidden, so Brystal embarks on a quest to find other magical people like her. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes fantasy books and fiction books. You can find this book at local bookstores, bcpl, and department stores.
Book 3: The Mystery of Black Hollow Lane by Julia Nobel
When Emmy has to be sent away to a boarding school called Wellsworth, she finds clues leading to secret societies and mysteries hidden within the school. Later, she finds clues that lead to information about her dad who had gone to the school also. The Mystery of Black Hollow Lane is a very good story that I would recommend to people who like fiction and mystery books. You can find this book at bookstores, department stores, and Baltimore County Public Library.
Book 4: Rowley Jefferson’s Awesome Friendly Spooky Stories Written & Illustrated by Jeff Kinney
This book is about a boy named Rowley Jefferson and, in this book, he is telling us about all his spooky stories
I like this book because it is funny, and Jeff Kinney and his team really put work in all the books he made
The book is in Target, Walmart, Barnes and noble, Walmart supercenter
Book 5: The invention of Hugo cabret by Brian Sezlnick. It is a book about how a boy lives at a train station. Who collects parts for an invention that he is building which you will figure out later in the book. People who like mystery in books, cliff hangers, and good endings. You can find this book in the Baltimore County Public library.