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I love Lynda Barry. She has such a delightful way of telling what seems to be kind of a simple story, but with universal appeal.Published 3 months ago by C. Ott
I love Lynda Barry and this book was as awesome as everything else I've ever read of hers. Loved it.Published 3 months ago by J. Sarrel
Favorite Lynda Barry book. Coming of age story captures race issues from pre teen late 60's/70's perspective.Published 6 months ago by Sam
As with the other Lynda Barry GN's I wish she would let her filipino side bleed into her books more. Either way, nice book...good moral.Published 14 months ago by Chris
I GOT THIS BOOK FOR MY DAUGHTER WHO WAS TO TRY OUT FOR THE LOCAL PLAY. SHE DID NOT TRY OUT BUT HAS BEEN UNABLE TO PUT THIS BOOK DOWN SINCE I GOT IT. Read morePublished on September 4, 2011 by jupitermap
When I finished this book, I had to stop and think for a long time. It was a simple story from a kid's point of view, encompassing very difficult subjects: Poverty, abuse, and... Read morePublished on October 13, 2009 by Barbara B. Ullman