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Bread and Roses, Too by Katherine Paterson
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Apr 04, 11

Read from March 31 to April 04, 2011

I thought this was a really wonderful book that I enjoyed reading a lot, however there were a few details that stopped me from giving it five stars.
I felt like the main character, Rosa, was a weak character. She cried a lot and when she wasn't crying she was moaning over the strike and how she was scared for her mother and sister. It would've been better if there was a little moaning and crying (to show that the main character had some compassion) but not as much as it did.
The way the book was written also surprised me. I expected the entire book to be from Rosa's point of view instead of being split between two characters. I think I would've liked it more it if was just Rosa.
Other than these few little things I pretty much liked the story.

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