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Surprises await in every chapter, making the reader want to quickly turn to the next page.
For example, in this book, Jane's poet-mother is evidently doing what she can to find and put food on the table and there is mention of a large bag of rice.
I know that people who love detail will enjoy this book, and it is wonderfully written, as well.
Reminded me of myself at this age. Great adventures every turn of the page. Love how carefree the mom always is portrayedPublished 11 months ago by Rex Balboa
I really liked this book but have one complaint: it never tells if the hanger man dies or not. I thought that it would tell at the end but it didn't. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Mark A. Ostrowski
I agree with the commenters who said that this story is neither for children nor in a child's voice. I listened to it on CD with my kids, 7 and 8, and I really regretted it. Read morePublished 16 months ago by SHD
Sometimes I forget what lyrical writing there is out there for young adults...this was a wonderful way to take a break from my usual fare.Published 19 months ago by Marianne
This is definitely a five star book! The story line is unpredictable, yet amusing! The philosophical side of it is simply delicious. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Ava Brenneman
my one hundred adventures is one hundred percent delightful! I plan to lend it out to friends and read it over and over again, myself.Published on February 11, 2013 by valleyfaye
Polly Horvath's book My One Hundred Adventures is about a girl looking for adventures during her summer vacation. She lives in a town with quirky people. Read morePublished on July 2, 2010 by thereader18
I purchased "My One Hundred Advemtures" for my granddaughter, but I always read the books before sending them. Read morePublished on May 25, 2009 by Sharon L. Willasson