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The Memory Bank by Carolyn Coman
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May 31, 2011

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bookshelves: fantasy, grades-3-4
Read in May, 2011

Hope and Honey were inseparable sisters, that is until their parents got annoyed with Honey and left her on the side of the road one afternoon. Hope is horrified and can't stop thinking about her sister and what happened to her. She retreats to her cot in the garage and spends most of her time sleeping until one night a man from a delivery company comes to pick her up and bring her to WWMB - World Wide Memory Bank, the place where they store memories.
Cute illustrations that tell part of the story and the most enjoyable part of the book. A sweet story for younger kids, but a few plot holes may leave older readers scratching their heads.

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