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Rebel

3.27 of 5 stars 3.27  ·  rating details  ·  106 ratings  ·  15 reviews
Her name was Amanda Jane Keeling, but from the time she was two, everyone called her Rebel.
Rebel's first word was "No!" And it was downhill from there. As a toddler she resisted strained spinach and potty training. At five she refused to go to kindergarten. Now, at fourteen, she has toned down her rebellious streak somewhat, but whenever faced with a challenge, she still...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published May 23rd 2012 by Aladdin (first published July 1st 2003)
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Susan
Rebel, age 14, spends a few weeks helping her grandma fix up an old house. She meets Moses, age 15, and can't help liking him. As they are out walking their dogs and as Moses is filming everything in sight, a man runs out of the deli and runs right into them. That night someone tries to break into their house, and soon Rebel and Moses are playing detective and trying to solve the mystery.

It's a cute book. Probably for 4th-5th graders. I thought it was kind of slow. Wasn't my favorite Roberts boo...more
Siri
I haven't read this book in years!
I got it from First Book when I was in fourth or fifth grade and it sat on my shelf for almost two years before I read it.
It's really really good! Crime solving and a rather kick butt female character.
I loaned it out to someone and they're mum wouldn't let them read it because of the title.
Seriously.

I never saw the book again *sad face*.
For the longest time I couldn't find it because I didn't know the authors name, but here it is!
I'll have to find a copy and...more
Jessica
***SPOILER ALERT***

Have you ever been or solved a part of a mystery? Well in this book Rebel and a boy named Moses are part of one. I think this book is realistic fiction because it can happen to any person. The reason i gave this book 4 stars its because it is a good book because there is parts where it makes you want to read more to find out what happens. I will tell you all about the book in my Book Review.

The setting takes place mostly in Rebel's Grandmas house or as they call her Old'Vi. Re...more
Laura Aase
I must say I was sadly disappointed with this book! Robert's mysteries are usually fast paced - this was sloooow. A 14-year-old lives with her grandmother for a few weeks while her parents take off for Europe. She is pleasantly surprised that her grandmother's friend and co-house owner is taller that she is and the 2 become friends and uncover a counterfeiting mystery. Her obsession with finding a perfect husband was quite irritating, as was the undercover plot the kids concocted. All around les...more
Samantha Hayward
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Leela
Rebel was a good book, if not extremely compelling. At times the plot could get a little slow, but all in all, I really enjoyed reading it.
Rebel follows the adventure of a girl nicknamed Rebel, who goes to spend a few weeks fixing up a huge house for her grandma. Her grandma is planning to rent out the rooms to college students, and is working together with a friend. Enter Moses, that friends grandson. (confused yet? XD) Rebel and Moses hit it off right away, and after a casual dog-walking thro...more
Jessie
I kept walking past this in the library and I never picked it up. I finally did after eyeing it for so long but I was a little let down. It was a decent book but nothing made me want to jump up and recommend it.
Amity☺Currently-Awesome☺
Rebel goes to her grandma's house until her family picks her up to go to Europe. she meets her gram's friend's grandson, and they solve and inportanat mystery.
Jaide
i liked it. much different adventure than i thought it would be. interesting enough to keep me going though.
Emmy
Rebel is an amazing book! I love mystery books!It has lots of Adventure and strong words!
Katie
Another book I read a really long time ago, for young adults. It was okay.
Sarah
It was good, a little slow in parts though.
Brittney
The book was one of my favorites I have read.
Patti
Sep 02, 2012 Patti marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Another for my Marigrace!
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Willo Davis Roberts was an American writer chiefly known for her mystery novels for children and young adults. She won Edgar Allan Poe awards in 1989, 1995, and 1997 for best juvenile and best young adult mysteries. Her books included The View from the Cherry Tree, Twisted Summer, Don't Hurt Laurie, Megan's Island, Baby-sitting is a Dangerous Job, Hostage, The Girl with Silver Eyes, The One Left B...more
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