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The book Replay is mostly about a kid named Leo who is best kid in the house. Leo's nickname is sardine and fog boy. Read more
Sadly this wasn't one of my favorite books from Sharon creech. I couldn't really relate to the boy but still there were nuggets that were thoughtful. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ali Shadle
I loved this novel because it was so detailed anyone who read it would imagine everything that sharon creech was trying to explain precisely.Published 10 months ago by Demari
Replay is a very exciting book to read besides it is by my all time favorite author Sharon Creech I can not stop reading her books I will not stop until I read all of themPublished 12 months ago by Rebecca Colley
This was a great story. It really made me want to read it all in one go. I read it for a school book group and it's really fun to talk about it.Published 17 months ago by Kindle Customer
What a sweet, imaginative and funny book about the secret daydream lives of children, the similarities between kids and their parents at that age, and the business of growing up.Published on March 22, 2014 by Amazon Customer
the preview made this look really good but i ended up getting really bored with this. i recommend not reading this. bad book.Published on January 4, 2014 by Brady
my son loves this author but I didn't give it to him because it's only about a 3rd grade book. not spending money on a book that he'd be done with in a day.Published on March 25, 2010 by J. Chastant
One of the most reliably, consistently talented writers for young people, this is another gem for Creech. Read morePublished on November 14, 2009 by S. Silverman