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You would scream too, wouldn’t you, if you were dropped in sizzling oil to be fried? If everywhere you went others refused to understand you? If you felt as if you didn’t have a proper home? If someone was prepared … Continue reading
After soliders visit a small boy’s home, his family immediately leaves for America under the cover of night. They take nothing with them except a change of clothes and money to pay their fare on a small boat. Across the … Continue reading
Louis Sachar restores my faith that it is possible to write something hilarious about school without completely demeaning both children and teachers. I made it exactly six pages into this before I laughed out loud. Wayside school is a bit … Continue reading
I remember reading and loving this as a child, but I’m fairly astonished by that. The vocabulary in this book is killer. MacDonald himself says that he does not write for children, but rather the childlike and he is not … Continue reading