Summer Reading in Delaware County
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Reviews
Title
Jeremy Fink and the meaning of life
Author
Wendy Mass
Review
I really enjoyed this book. It had great detail, and made me want to cry. It was a beautiful story. After I read the book i watched the movie too. Then are both touchingly good! Jeremy fink`s story- Jeremy Fink's father had died years ago, but there was a box, a box that he couldn't open until he was 13 years old to receive it. He had know about it though it was his memory of his father. He searched and seached for the key with his friend, Lizzy. They searched anywhere for the key to open it, flee markets, stores, any key. His friend would steal things though... It was pretty funny too. He and his friend loved to collect things by the way.- that's important. His father was a good person and had his way of life's meaning, everyone's life meaning i different and there is none. (SPOILER ALERT)-then needed four keys to open the box and when they finally got it open... the box had..... A ROCK AND BASEBALL CARD WITH A NOTE. the rock was for his son Jeremy because his father wasn't sure if he would ever see his son turn 13, and with that he gave him a rock since he used to have a rock collection. As for his best friend Lizzy, she got baseball card she needed for hr collection when she lost it and that was in the box for her. it was a great book with a happy ending!  Search the DCLS catalog
Rating 1=worst, 5=best
5
Title
Lula Bell on Geekdom, Freakdom, and the Challenges of Bad Hair
Author
C.C Payne
Review
I loved this juvenile fiction book!   Search the DCLS catalog
Rating 1=worst, 5=best
5