Reviews by angejohn
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!!!!
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!!!!!
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!!!!!
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.
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.