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Of a boy by Sonya Hartnett
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Aug 29, 11

Read from July 28 to August 11, 2011

I thoroughly enjoyed 'Of as it was simply written yet intricate with the outside events of his society connecting to the main character, a young boy,and how his life would pane out. As he was only a young boy the complications of his family life were uncertain to him, the innocence of his voice and personal thoughts of the world are intriguing as in doing this Hartnett makes you highlight on thoughts or ideas that you hadn't connected to the understanding of the story prior. Of a boy is a interesting, well written, eery and adventurous at times quick view of suburban issues and unknown problems/people of the american society during the 1970's
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Ms I'm interested to see what you think of 'Butterfly'. Great idea keep reading Sonya Hartnett. Her latest book 'The midnight zoo' was the winning book for the children's book council awards this year.


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