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If You're Reading This

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  • Posted February 3, 2015

    As a high school teacher, I see so many young men drifting throu

    As a high school teacher, I see so many young men drifting through the day with no guidance from a father figure. For 15-year-old Mike, who lost his father in Afghanistan, daily life is its own struggle. Bullies, a lack of self-confidence, no clear path in life has left Mike feeling confused until letters from his dead father arrive and show Mike that life isn't what he thought. With a set of missions (such as to ask a girl out), Mike now has a clear goal. Wanting to play football, Mike must move past his mother's disapproval and find his own identity. Inspiring and powerful, Reedy gives all young men hope.

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  • Posted January 14, 2015

    GREAT book!! this book had funny,cute, and heartfelt moments. I

    GREAT book!! this book had funny,cute, and heartfelt moments. I TOTALLY LOVED THIS BOOK!!!

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  • Posted December 9, 2014

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    Creative and deeply rooted The book, If You¿re Reading This, t

    Creative and deeply rooted


    The book, If You’re Reading This, took on a kind of story that has not been used often. It was creative how the book channeled feelings through a newfound connection, from the son of a dead soldier to his father’s messages. Then the notes lead him to a different life that unravels as you progress through the story. The conflicts come in once the rapidly created changes start to come back at him. Choices and even more changes are made as this creative and deeply rooted story finishes up. It’s a book that I really enjoyed and think people who appreciate well-made books might like.

    Review by Young Mensan Jose C., age 12, Vandalia Mensa

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 25, 2014

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    He is a very good writter he came to our school mattoon middle school i now have all of your books and want to become a writter some day :) rate infinty ;)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2014

    This novel is quite thought-provoking.  It helped me remember th

    This novel is quite thought-provoking.  It helped me remember that we have many families who have sacrificed and many more who continue to sacrifice so we can enjoy watching our children grow up.  The novel does not lean left or right, but, instead highlights the human emotions that are not always obvious.  Additionally, I hope more people will read this novel so we can begin to focus on the heroes in our everyday lives as well as the ones who have gone before us.  If You're Reading This is ideal for families, but any teenager who feels alone or who may feel that he or she needs some guidance during a challenging time can draw some level of strength from this novel.  All middle schools and high schools should invest in a copy.

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