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book by Kashmira Sheth (view book)
Boys Without Names is a superb book. The characters are so real, and the material is raw. The realistic fiction novel Boys without Names details the situations some homeless children in India are forced to endure: harsh conditions, slavery, and ...read more
Genres: Fiction, Juvenile Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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by Kashmira Sheth
For eleven-year-old Gopal and his family, life in their rural Indian village is over: We stay, we starve, his baba has warned. With the darkness of night as cover, they flee to the big city of Mumbai in hopes of finding work and a brighter future. ...read more
Genres: Fiction, Juvenile Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Stephanie Hoina (view book)
Kissing Atticus Primble decidedly belongs on the “basic teenage girl conflict” bookshelf. The protagonist, Kathleen, thinks only about Atticus and Bobby and seems to have no other interests in life. The predictable cast of characters is ...read more
Genres: Juvenile Fiction, Romance
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Laura E. Williams (view book)
I thought this book faced a very important issue, discrimination. By Laura E. Williams having Lauren face teasing because of her race, she connects her book with anyone who feels different. I thought it was particularly interesting how Lauren feels ...read more
Genres: Fiction
Ages: 8 - 12
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book by Rich Wallace (view book)
Genres: Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Maiya Williams (view book)
Although the beginning was a bit dull, I still loved this funny, amazing book and hope Maiya Williams will keep writing more great books just like this one.  For example, I liked when some of the adults wondered how the flyers for the school got ...read more
Genres: Fiction, Humor
Ages: 8 - 12


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