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Ciro Osorio Jr Osorio Jr itibaren Texas

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Ben bir Oz Büyücüsü büyücüsüyüm, kitap dizisi filmden çok daha fazlası. Bir Baum biyografisine rastladığımda, onu alacağımdan eminim, bu yüzden Baum'u ararken Goodreads hakkındaki bu kitapla karşılaştığımda çok heyecanlandım. Ancak, aslında kitabın açıklamasına hiç bakmadım, bu yüzden bir çocuk kitabı olduğunu fark etmedim. Sonunda kütüphaneme geldiğimde biraz hayal kırıklığına uğradım ve onu aldım ve beklediğim şey değildi. Kitabı okudum ve mükemmel bir çocuk biyografisi. Çok fazla bilgi verdi ve daha önce bilmediğim birkaç gerçeği bile aldım.

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Marvelous use of language, deeply depressing as Nick describes how times change, not for good. But a good reflection of human relationships is made: through eyes of innocence that want to be changed, people pass from past to future inside a material world, watching how society is mold and can be represented in peoples' relations.

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This story was a fun read. It is about a hen who is tired of her boring life in a cage. One day the cage is left open and she takes advantage of it to escape to the bus where she head to a town where she is caught again by a coyote. She uses her smarts to outwit the coyote by convincing him she can cook something better tasting than her. The kids would love the book and it had some fun pictures in it.

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What happened here??? King wrote himself into the story and spoiled everything, that is what happened. Finally I am to start the last one of the series.

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I thought it did a good job of staying away from the religious part of faith, but it could have been a little more direct in that purpose, and better structured overall in its presentation.

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Loved this book! Was recommended to me by another working mom, so glad she did. The back cover calls her this generation's Erma Bombeck, and I agree. I remember reading my mom's Erma Bombeck books and knew they were funny before I was even old enough to actually appreciate the jokes. This time, I have had some of these hilarious/heartbreaking moments as a working mom and van Ogtrop provides a vocabulary to go with them. Three favorites - hamster wheeling, list paradox, no visibility on that right now.