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Living Up The Street (Laurel-Leaf Books) Mass Market Paperback – February 1, 1992
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by Gary Soto
Living up the Street is an autobiography by Gary Soto. Those who love autobiographies will love this novel. One of the reasons I liked this book is because Gary has some very interesting events that occur in his life. Sometimes those events can be quite hilarious, and other times he makes you wonder why he was doing the crazy things he did. Gary not only learns from his mistakes, he also applies what he learns to other problems he encounters throughout his life.
I generally like reading autobiographies because I get to see what another person's life was like and I get to see what problems they faced in life. Then I try to figure out how I can use their problem and solution to make my life better. Another thing I like about reading autobiographies is that it can be fun learning what happened on another person's life. For those of you who hate autobiographies, I think you will still like this novel because Gary's life is very interesting.
The difficulty level was not very high at all because he rarely used highly sophisticated words in his writing. He randomly used Spanish words throughout the book. That increased the length of the book for me because there were some words I did not know the meaning to. Overall, I would say that the novel is not very long and it is very intriguing.
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Awesome packaging, great price, decent quality. No pages were ripped or written on. Just had a sticker on the front but easily removable.Published 2 months ago by Shawna Hornbaker
I LOVE this book even though it was for homework but it was very interesting :)Published 4 months ago by Raomi Lozano
Perfect for college ELL and remedial readers. Lively, and emotionally honest.Published 19 months ago by Laurel Halsey