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This is a really good book because it made me cry.
After reading Jordan Sonnenblick's book Drums, Girls and Dangerous Pie - I decided to read what happens to the little brother Jeffery when he gets to eighth grade.
Mr. Sonnenblick writes this book as realistically as the first, and I loved all the characters.
My 11 year old daughter couldn't put this down. She loved Drums, Girls and Dangerous Pie, so I kind of expected as much. Read morePublished 7 days ago by iPhone mom
This is not one of the cases where the 2nd is the worst, in fact, I think this one is betterPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This book was amazing! It was one of the best books I have ever read. The only part I disliked is the sad ending! Other than that it was awesome!Published 2 months ago by United
This book enthralled my 13 year old reluctant reader! It's a sequel that lives up to or surpasses the first book Drums, Girls, & Dangerous Pie. Read morePublished 2 months ago by readingteacherlovesbooks
I loved how the book started and how it ended. The book had lots of detail and lots of emotion.Published 3 months ago by dimple thiara
My 12-year old son loved it, and so did I.
The use of humor even in tough situations; the relationships portrayed between middle schoolers, teachers, guidance counselors and... Read more
I didn't dislike anything and I loved the story because of Steven staying with Jeffery from Samantha's words it was nice!!!Published 3 months ago by Jenny Stults
It was an amazing book that was really heartfelt while humorous at the same time. This book shows the real mess and flaws with life and will pull you in during the first paragraph.Published 3 months ago by Jordan