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Sharon Creech, author of Newbery Medal winner Walk Two Moons and Newbery Honor book The Wanderer, is in fine form with her hilarious yet poignant novel about downtrodden siblings who refuse to be squished altogether. The perfectly happy ending is somewhat predictable, but readers who have fallen in love with each quirky character won't mind a bit. (Ages 8 to 13) --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I highly recommend this book to older children, maybe 12 and up.
The reason I choose this book to read it is because I heard that Sharon Creech is a good author and her books are really good, and everyone likes it.
You will fall in love with the four main characters - Dallas and Florida and their temporary foster parents in Ruby Holler, Tiller and Sairey.
My review was a 5. I liked the book because it puts you in a mood. This book was great!Published 1 month ago by Stephen E.
oh my i love this book. it is almost better than walk two moons the ending was amazing the best to mePublished 2 months ago by George Roane
Sharon Creech, Thanks!
The Trouble Twins--Florida and Dallas--orphans much maligned. Enter Tiller and Sairy, and a planned pair of Journeys they'd like to share... Read more
Five things about this book:
1. Modern wholesome story of two rough-and-tumble orphans who stay with a gentle older couple in need of traveling companions.
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Ruby Holler by Sharon Creech is realistic fiction at its best! Dallas and his sister, Florida, are twins who have had a very rough life. Read morePublished 7 months ago by The DMS
This was so good
one of my favorite book
EVER I have a lot of great books in my room
this one is one of the best books.