Submitted 3/5/2017 by FlyInH2O
This book made me think more about the importance of family.
this was a good book because i liked it and it was fun
This is a dream book
Submitted 3/2/2017 by GUSTER
I loved this book!
This book made me think more about friendship.
I loved the book, my daughter and I read the book 3 times and every time we found new ways to look at it always from a different point of view. This was an AMAZING book and I hope that every child and every adult can appreciate it like my daughter and I.
Imaging facing life's challenges when you are only 11!
Submitted 3/1/2017 by Design Team
It is the 1920s and Dave Caros lives at the HHB, the Hebrew Home for Boys, in New York City, because he is an orphan. At the HHB the teachers are annoying, and the bullies eat Dave’s food every day. One night, Dave sneaks out of the HHB and goes into the city. There he meets Solly, an old man who tells people their fortunes for money, and who just might be the person that could get Dave out of the HHB. Will Dave get in trouble? Will he escape the HHB forever? Read this book to find out!
Reading this book made me realize that I am very fortunate to have a family that loves me and a safe home. I thought this book was very interesting because Dave Caros certainly does not have this. Instead, he has to face life’s challenges all on his own, which is a hard thing to do when you’re only 11!
by Ellie, Design Team
Review by Abby
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