Wild Boy: The Real Life of the Savage of Aveyron r...
Wild Boy: The Real Life of the Savage of Aveyron
by Mary Losure, Timothy Basil Ering
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Biography
Five Star Award

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Age at time of review - 14
Reviewer's Location - Tucker, GA, United States
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THIS BOOK IS ABOUT A  YOUNG BOY THAT HAS BEEN LIVING IN THE FOREST BY HIMSELF NAKED FOR YEARS. THE YOUNG BOY IS DEAF AND MUTE. HE HAS BEEN TAKEN TO DIFFERENT SCHOOLS, BECAUSE SCIENTISTS WANTED TO STUDY HIM. THEY FEEL SINCE THE WILD BOY IS INSANE THEY THINK THAT THE WILD BOY SHOULD BE TAKEN TO A DARK PRISON UNDERGROUND WHERE PEOPLE THAT ARE INSANE GO AND DIE. SO IS THE WILD BOY GOING TO DIE IN THE UNDERGROUND PRISON OR IS A STRANGER GOING TO TEACH HIM AND TREAT HIM AS FAMILY?

 

THIS IS A GOOD BOOK I RECOMMEND THIS BOOK TO THE WORLD

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I PERSONALLY BELIEVE THAT THIS IS AN INTERESTING BOOK. I WOULD DEFINITELY READ THIS BOOK SO MANY TIMES. IT WAS INTERESTING THE WAY THE BOY WAS ACTING AND THAT HE KNEW HOW TO DO THINGS ON HIS OWN. HE WAS ABLE TO COMMUNICATE IN WAYS SO THAT SCIENTISTS COULD FIGURE OUT WHAT HE WANTED.

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5
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IT A GOOD BOOK FOR ANYBODY
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