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Posted March 21, 2006
What Happened in the Summer
'Another girl! Not another girl? Don't tell me I've got another daughter!' Those were the first words Amen McBee heard when she was born. It was summer at the willows in 1899 and the Bella's (Amen's twin sisters), Abigal and Augusta (also sister's of Amen), and Mr Tominski are about to encounter some adventures that could turn their small world upside down. They will be faced with new inventions, death, and new people coming to their world. Amen herself has to witness the death, the birth, and the unforgiving anger. In this book the pages really fly and I really felt as though I were being sucked into the novel as it got more and more in depth and intenser. You other middle schoolers will have a greater sense of self after reading this book I guarantee it!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 17, 2006
Breanna's Review: Keeper of the Doves
This book was very good and well written. It is about Amen and her pesky sisters mainly, the Bella's. But when Amen becomes curious about Mr. Tominski, the mysterious man who lives in the cemetary, the Bella's start telling her stories. They tell her things that frighten Amen, and makes her terrified of Mr. Tominski. But Amen soon learns the family history with Mr. Tominski, the keeper of the doves, and could change her feelings about him forever. I enjoyed this book very much! Some parts are suspensful and if you like that in a book, Keeper of the Doves could be a book for you. I felt like I was in the book, right there with Amen and some of her fears. I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.