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    Was Westing Game a book that you were required to read for school? Or did you just pick it up on your own?

    I have heard of it before but just curious if it was required by school to read.


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    well kind of.. we got to choose from like 3 or 4 different books. The other books were Transalle Saga, Dear, Mr.Henshaw, and Phantom Tollbooth
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shere_Khan View Post
    Was Westing Game a book that you were required to read for school? Or did you just pick it up on your own?

    I have heard of it before but just curious if it was required by school to read.
    I loved Westing Game. We always had our sixth graders do a project with that. They were trying to figure out all of the clues. It was so fun to watch them!


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    Quote Originally Posted by vmkplayer View Post
    well kind of.. we got to choose from like 3 or 4 different books. The other books were Transalle Saga, Dear, Mr.Henshaw, and Phantom Tollbooth

    I would pick Westing game or Phantom Tollbooth. Not a fan of the others. But that is just my opinion.


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    lol i wasnt a fan of any of them.. but The Westing Game was a good book and plus my favorite teacher was teching it. she made the lessons so fun
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    for young adults: Once upon a Marigold is a great book. I really enjoyed that one.

    I haven't had time to read anything other than textbooks lately. I sure need to find something fun read.


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    im reading May Bird. its a fantasy book. then i have to finish Peter and the star catchers then start Peter and the Shadow Theives, then after that Peter and the secret of runedoon
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    I love Dear Mr. Henshaw. I have always loved it ever since I was a kid.

    I will have to pick up Westing Game when I go to Borders, I am still a huge fan of young adult/children's lit.

    I'm also getting Peter and the Secret of Rundoon on my next trip to Borders. The first two are spectacular vmkplayer. I am sure you will love them.


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    My friend just got secret of rundoon for her birthday
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    I am an avid reader, but I haven't been able to read my choice in a while because of school. I finished The Scarlet Letter for American Literature a couple of weeks ago. I just picked up Twilight for a book report. Twilight is more of the kind of book that I like to read. It came highly recommend from some of my friends.
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    Has anyone read "Realityland - True Life Adventures of Walt Disney World"? I just discovered it on Amazon. Looks interesting

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    I'm reading "Please Kill Me" by Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain for about the millionth time. great book for music fans, especially for punk and rock fans.

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