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Any Which Wall by Laurel Snyder
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May 20, 2012

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bookshelves: juvenile-fiction, sci-fi
Read in May, 2012

One of the strangest things about reading children's books as an adult is trying to shut off your adult brain. Most of the time, it's easy enough. This is a funny, fun and quick little book that sort of winks at itself and the question of fate, free will and time. Kids will like it because it has to do with magic, time travel and kids being clever enough to save themselves (I myself liked it for those very reasons). A lot of the time, I felt the dialogue was a little bit false -- grownups talking as they think kids talk. But forget all that. It's a fun book with tons of great elements. That's really all you need for a good summer read.
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