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The book was flat reading. Could not tell where the climax was.
Not an w read. A more entertaining book would have been a better choice for kids off this age.
I don't usually read books aimed for middle school aged children, however when my granddaughter had a required reading assignment of this book, I read it. Read morePublished 11 months ago by M. F. Cheek
Very well written book. Good for all ages. But most importantly an inspiration to kids and parents across the world.Published 17 months ago by bookreader
I had read the book a few years ago and simply loved the style of writing and the approach to the personal side of each character. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Karen Peters
I purchase All of the Above from my son's required reading in his English class. It totally has his attention. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Michelle Hood
I liked this book besides the small racism in the middle of the book. So I say four out of five.Published 22 months ago by hdhhfhf
I am reading this with my 7th graders and am excited to see how they connect/empathize with the characters in this book. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Lindy Evans
I'm 13 and I had to read this book for math to make a small tetrahedron and it was good but longPublished 23 months ago by Gianna
I liked this book , I liked how it was mostly told from the students perspectives I didn't like how the chapters weren't numbered . Read morePublished on May 21, 2013 by Jayda Parker