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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 21, 2013

    I agree with the person below

    That person shouldn't spoil it for us and nobody care if you read the book because more than one million people read it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2012

    To brlow

    We did not asks for the whole story

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2008

    I Also Recommend:

    I am a 6th Grade student in Glendale,AZ

    The title of the book is I.D. by Vicki Grant<BR/><BR/>The protagonist¿s name is Christopher.He is irresponsible because he gets to school late.He is also lazy because he doesn¿t do his homework.<BR/><BR/>At the beginning of the book Christopher finds a wallet.The wallet had a key,business cards,and a dry cleaning receipt.He tries to return it but the owner isn¿t home.Chris gets mad because the person who owns the wallet is rich and Christopher is poor.Then Christopher takes money out of the wallet to make himself look like the rich person.In the story Christopher takes out money from the ATM because he finds out the number for the credit card.The story has a shocking ending but you have to find out what happens when you read the story.<BR/><BR/>In the story Christopher goes to many places so there is a lot of settings.The story does not give you a time of when it happens.<BR/><BR/>I think that the story is trying to tell me to always return something that you find.<BR/><BR/>I liked the story because it¿s the first time I have read something like this.<BR/><BR/>Unfortunately I don¿t have any connections because I have never taken someone¿s I.D. <BR/><BR/><BR/>The names of some related books are Inside out, and Dead-End Job.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2007

    A reviewer

    Attention Students: This book is a great ISU (Individual Study Unit) novel for english, i choose this book for my isu because it was short and easy to do my isu for. You should take the time to read it!

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