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Of Small as an Elephant, the author says, "I believe in Jack and his ability to understand his mother in shades of gray. I believe in his ability to be fiercely independent: to try and try and try . . . and at the same time to recognize that he needs others. That others are right there, waiting to catch him."
That was one of the greatest books I have ever read!!!
The story was both riveting and touching, the characters (especially the protagonist Jack) were interesting and realistic, and the pace fast moving.
Jack's love of elephants and the small plastic elephant he carries for most of his journey, help Jack complete his journey.
Adventurous, sad and touching all at once. A good read! A fast read for adults or teens-check it out! :-)Published 7 days ago by Amy Gath
I really loved this book. I'm a big elephant fan so was happy to learn more about them during the course of the story.Published 9 days ago by ESCK
My 5th grade class read it and it was so exciting we had a hard time telling them not to read ahead. Kept the whole class entirely engrossed and fostered many discussions. Read morePublished 23 days ago by patty-mae
A serious issue handled with adventure and, at times, humor. I liked the way the story was told from how the world looked to Jack in his situation. I would recommend this book.Published 1 month ago by Calvin Fan
I bought this for my son. He loved it so much that he wanted the other book that she wrote like this one.Published 1 month ago by Trevor W.
I chose this because the book was interesting and I couldn't put it down. This book is worth reading because it has a lot of twists.Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
First part was kind of boring then it got better. I thought it was a great book for anyone over 8 or 10Published 2 months ago by Macy bowers