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It's a strange story, but strangely compelling and lovely too. Louis Sachar uses poker-faced understatement to create a bizarre but believable landscape--a place where Major Major Major Major of Catch-22 would feel right at home. But while there is humor and absurdity here, there is also a deep understanding of friendship and a searing compassion for society's underdogs. As Stanley unknowingly begins to fulfill his destiny--the dual plots coming together to reveal that fate has big plans in store--we can't help but cheer for the good guys, and all the Yelnats everywhere. (Ages 10 and older) --Brangien Davis --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
My son read it at school & like it so I let him read. It on my tablet.Published 1 day ago by andora cabey
I truly like this book. It is a very understandably good story with a good context. I really liked the story and the characters too. Too people who like this book... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Jennifer Hobson
An all time favorite book that I have passed along to my two oldest children to read as well.Published 16 days ago by melinda a. noble
This book was a great fun book that kids an adults everywhere would love to read and s book that they should read.Published 16 days ago by JG Plotts
A little upsetting because of loss of family issues but good for an upper elementary/middle schooler.Published 20 days ago by AP
A funny mystery about family past. It is a puzzle that is solved in an interesting way.Published 25 days ago by kate