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My kids read this book and didn't want to finish it. I read it to see what the problem was. I can't blame them. The lead character Lucky is not very likeable or nice. Read morePublished 9 days ago by C's Mom
Let me start off by saying that the world needs more variety when it comes to representation of family in young readers literature. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mirrani
Granted, this series is not for everyone, and the target audience is hard to pin-down. Children's book??? Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rez
Susan Patron has written a marvelous book, flat and simple.
The concerns and interpretations of what is going on in the life of Lucky, a ten-year-old orphan living with... Read more
The book was absolutely hilarious but with a great story. Once you read one page you had to keep going because it was so entertaining.Published 15 months ago by V. Guiliano
I've read and reviewed, (and enjoyed), a lot of fantasy and adventure and action and school daze books, but sometimes you want a calm, mellow, well crafted book that's just about... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Pop Bop
I give this book 4 stars because it has an interesting story. I would recommend this to my friends and family.Published 19 months ago by Greg Figurski
This is kind of long.
Pictures- Easy to visualize and got me thinking about what the characters were going through.
Characters- I didn't fall in love with them. Read more