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The Library Card by Jerry Spinelli
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Dec 11, 2008

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bookshelves: 7th-grade-ir-books-deborah

The Library Card was about four different points of views of these kids who had these conflicts in their lives. But there lives start to change when they find a library card that turns out to be magical...
I decided to connect this book to the world. That is because people deal with conflicts or big problems in their life, and usually they get something or someone to help them. But in this book, the library card helps them remember what is important in their lives.
I decided to rate this book 3 stars because some parts of it I found boring, like when the author talked to much about each of the kids problems. But the good part I enjoyed about this book is how the theme of the book had to do with the power of friendship and how it refered to some fantasy, such as the libary card. I would recomend this book to anybody who likes fantasy dealing with reality.


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message 1: by Ms. C (new)

Ms. C Great work, Telka but make sure you follow the 3 paragraph format for a book report. If you need another copy of that handout, please ask me for one. =)

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