Reviews by angejohn
Off to a good start!!!!
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So far in this book, I really am enjoying it. This book tells a story about a boy who was accused wrongly of stealing, and had a choice to either go to jail or camp, which was supposed to teach him to be obedient. This is such a great book so far! I recommend it for ages 7 and up. To find out more about this book, check it out at your local library!!!!
American pride in a book
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First of all, I recommend this book for all ages. It has some of the additions that America represents, like pride. This is really a great book. I would recommend for everybody to read it. You can really see and read what America really represents! Stop by your local library and check this book out some time!!!!!
A funny movie
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Rango was humorous and showed me what exactly happens when we waste our water. I thought many parts of the movie were so funny, I could just laugh out loud. I would say, this could be a recommended movie for 10 and up children. It is a great movie!!!!!
Nigerian Sunshine
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This historical fiction piece provides us a disturbing, yet enlightening tale of truth, hope, and love between people in two related worlds. Not a traditional love story but one that is important to be told for the horrific picture of escape that a brave Nigerian girl manages and the ultimate fate she meets.
A Stirring, Thoughtful Read
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Although it took me some time to finish this - it was well worth the wait to get to the end! The tale is a multiple-generational account woven through decades of pain, love, sadness, and rejoicing. It is a real asset to have the story set in real life historical contexts. Bebe Moore Campbell proves, once again, her incredible value as a heartfelt, timeless writer.