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Itch by Michelle D. Kwasney
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bookshelves: sequoyah-2010, young-adult-books
Read from August 02 to 03, 2010

Easy to follow, coming of age story about a girl named, Itch. After Itch's grandfather passes away, much to Itch's disliking, her grandmother decides to move into a mobile home far from the home town she loves. Several themes run through out this book including: loss, grief, acceptance of change, friendship, and courage.
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message 1: by Timilyn (new)

Timilyn If you could vote on the Sequoyah winner, would you vote for this book?


Tammy Ward Timilyn wrote: "If you could vote on the Sequoyah winner, would you vote for this book?"

No. It's not witty, or original. It's going to be difficult to beat HG, but there are several on the list that I thought were more orginal than this one.


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