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One star because it doesn't belong in my recommendations. Don't blame the author. Blame Amazon.Published 24 days ago by Tessandori
As a former teacher, I found the teacher's idea for the contest a great way to motivate his students.Published 4 months ago by bfowler
Based on a true story, this book shows how focusing on something bigger than themselves helps a group of kids who are experiencing difficult things in their personal lives. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Chocolate Education
The book was flat reading. Could not tell where the climax was.
Not an w read. A more entertaining book would have been a better choice for kids off this age.
Very well written book. Good for all ages. But most importantly an inspiration to kids and parents across the world.Published on February 11, 2014 by bookreader
I had read the book a few years ago and simply loved the style of writing and the approach to the personal side of each character. Read morePublished on January 3, 2014 by Karen Peters