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The Master Puppeteer by Katherine Paterson
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Oct 18, 09

Read in January, 2007

This book is not exactly the type of book i would choose to read but I ended up loving it anyways. This book as friendship, betrayal, hardships, sacrifice, and victory. The Master Puppeteer is a very inspiring book. Its about a young boy living in Japan during a time of famine and poverty. His family had little to no money or food and he has to choose whether or not to stay home or to go off to the theater and work to possibly support his family. He ends up taking the job offer. Even while he had good intentions in mind and was bettering himself, things weren't getting all that better. I think that this was a great book it makes you think about life and to appreciate what you have because it could be worse. Read it!!!
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Ro Cepellos I love reading books that humble me and remind me never to take anything for granted, and to always express my gratitude for the blessings in my life. I'm glad you found a book like that!

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