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Seedfolks by Paul Fleischman
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Mar 28, 2011

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bookshelves: young-adult-21-30

This is a book about many different people from many different countries around the world. They all have one thing in common, they share a garden in town. Each person is very different and each has their own culture and history. There book is fun it every chapter is someone new and it just builds. As you get to know someone new you may learn something about a previous character in the book. They all plant different things in the garden and it means something different for each person.

This book is an interesting way to look at the U.S as a big melting pot of culture and diversity. There really isn't a main character only a few that are recurring and kind of bring the book to a close in the end. I liked this book it was fun to read and thought provoking. It makes me think of the American culture and how it all began. It is interesting to think of the U.s as either a "salad bowl" or a "Melting pot" Which is this book representing?
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