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    super10's book review was featured in The Trouble with Half a Moon.
    In a almost perfect novel, Danette Vigilante writes about the true struggles of growing up in places such as the projects. She shows the violence that is commonly caused, the problems that different people could be having, and mental and physical disabilities. At the same time, this book shows how others can have the back of others, as the main character Dellie, constantly supports a child she is looking after in the book, despite some of the limitations held against her. If that in itself wasn't enough, This book also showcases both the good and bad sides of young love. Dellie herself has a crush on another character, who has a good reputation. Meanwhile, her best friend is with a dangerous character, who relies on edgy things, such as smoking. All in all, this book has many great features, with the only downside of the book being its page length. I would recommend this book to 2nd Grade to 8th Grade, as the book has many mature topics, but is relevant for many elementary and middle students. I enjoyed reading this book, and am confident that many others will too.
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    In a almost perfect novel, Danette Vigilante writes about the true struggles of growing up in places such as the projects. She shows the violence that is commonly caused, the problems that different people could be having, and mental and physical disabilities. At the same time, this book shows how others can have the back of others, as the main character Dellie, constantly supports a child she is looking after in the book, despite some of the limitations held against her. If that in itself wasn't enough, This book also showcases both the good and bad sides of young love. Dellie herself has a crush on another character, who has a good reputation. Meanwhile, her best friend is with a dangerous character, who relies on edgy things, such as smoking. All in all, this book has many great features, with the only downside of the book being its page length. I would recommend this book to 2nd Grade to 8th Grade, as the book has many mature topics, but is relevant for many elementary and middle students. I enjoyed reading this book, and am confident that many others will too.
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    super10's book review was featured in Out Of The Dust.
    This book was one of the best, as it narrates the struggles of the Dust Bowl perfectly, while creating great characters that the reader can relate to. This book changed my perspective of the Dust Bowl completely, and Karen Hesse truly delivers a gem, for anybody wanting to know more about the Dust Bowl. This story starts in the 1930's, and takes place in The Great Plains. Billie Jo, an average girl at the time, knows life as normal, and the way it should be. Inspired by her mother, she is passionate to play the piano, and becomes good at it. But, The Dust Bowl comes into town, and changes everything that counts as normal. To find out how, you have to read the free-verse book itself, Out of The Dust! The story teaches an important lesson to the people that read it, which is that it's never to late to change. Billie Jo constantly changes for the better, which happens a lot in this book. This book was truly a masterclass, and I rate it five stars because of its perfect description of history. I recommend this book to anybody that wants to learn about the Dust Bowl, as this book describes it nearly perfectly!
    Over 3 years ago
  • super10
    super10 added a book review.
    This book was one of the best, as it narrates the struggles of the Dust Bowl perfectly, while creating great characters that the reader can relate to. This book changed my perspective of the Dust Bowl completely, and Karen Hesse truly delivers a gem, for anybody wanting to know more about the Dust Bowl. This story starts in the 1930's, and takes place in The Great Plains. Billie Jo, an average girl at the time, knows life as normal, and the way it should be. Inspired by her mother, she is passionate to play the piano, and becomes good at it. But, The Dust Bowl comes into town, and changes everything that counts as normal. To find out how, you have to read the free-verse book itself, Out of The Dust! The story teaches an important lesson to the people that read it, which is that it's never to late to change. Billie Jo constantly changes for the better, which happens a lot in this book. This book was truly a masterclass, and I rate it five stars because of its perfect description of history. I recommend this book to anybody that wants to learn about the Dust Bowl, as this book describes it nearly perfectly!
    Over 3 years ago
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