I bought this book for one of my Education classes.
Boys Without Names by Kashmira Seth, is sad and heart touching because of the tragic and depressing events that the characters must go through.
This book reminded me how important telling a story can be and how important it is to have someone listen to it - without interrupting.
I loved this book it made me realize how lucky I am to have a family. I am inspired. I love seeing what these boys have gone through and see what family really is aboutPublished 2 months ago by Elliot Dombkowski
Loved this book. I read it through quickly to see if it would be appropriate for my 10 year old son to read and ended up enjoying it very much myself! Read morePublished 2 months ago by miss celie
This book was very, very exciting. It really kept me reading, with all the suspense constantly building in the book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Super Dude... 9077
The first page didn't grab me , the writing seemed childish. Then I caught on to the child's voice of the child protagonist... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Selqet
I read this book with my 13 year old daughter and I had the opportunity to discuss the reality of child labor in the world. I like how this books from the child's point of view.Published 8 months ago by jorge garcia
I purchased the book for my 11 year old who was assigned this in her Geography class. It was an interesting read as it shows one example of how India uses children as slaves for... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sandra D. Serrano
This book arrived quickly and in great condition. It is a good story that I will be using for a read aloud in my classroom.Published 9 months ago by Danielle Mahnken
Live this book about these guys and how they come together, talk about their lives and change leadership positions and seemingly double cross each other all while in the confines... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kitty L. Huff