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Hope's Boy by Andrew Bridge
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Apr 08, 2010

bookshelves: 8th-grade-ir-book-rick, juniorhigh

This book is about a boy named Andrew and this is his biography. It's about how the state took his mother away from him and named him a foster child for life. In his mind he can remember who his mother his. With a deep connection to his grandmother, he tries to go through his childhood with trying to hide his mother's existence. Then also when he got5 older and became a lawyer he would try to stop child foster care being better.

I can connect to the world about how people talk about foster children. They try to degrade them being like secondary citizen being adopted. Andrew though faced all this through secrecy.

I defiantly give this book a five out of five because it is the best book I've read this year. It has shown his most caring feelings for his mother and grandmother. He also tries to get the most of his situation. His book was very touching a rag to riches sort of story and he makes it so connective to ourselves and our problems.
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