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As Simple as It Seems by Sarah Weeks
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Mar 30, 2011

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I liked this book because I think that it's very discribtive, it uses very good descibing words. In the story when she was describing herself I saw her with skin as pail as a peach fuzz, her ponytails always so twisted like twizzlers, but her lips as red as a Washington apple. Something else in the story which made me like it was how the author really used good words to show how the characters were feeling. Like how one of the characters in the story (not going to say who don't want to spoil the story) was feeling upset about her always being made fun of because her mom is fat. When she was feeling that I felt the same feelings, that's how good the words were that the author used. I also thought that it was so touching how when "she" saw how others people's lives were and started to feel bad for being mean to everybody that was trying to help her especially her mom, and started to be thankful and loving instead of hating her life all the time and always wanting to be somebody else.I think that when she started to realize that you can't always get what you want and that life has it's ups and downs, and just to be thankful with what you have. Because like I know if you don't like a toy that was a present to you on your birthday and you start to whine wanting to trade it for something else and somebody else in the world would die to have that toy. that's why you should be thankful. That's my reveiw of this book



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