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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2007

    Looking for Red

    I thought Looking for Red was a great book because it showed you should be grateful and thankful that you have a little brother or sister. You should be thankful because you may never know when you lose them. Some brothers and sisters fight over nothing and don't know when it's their time to die. Looking for Red is about a twelve-year-old girl who's name is Mike. Mike is short for Michaela. She loves the ocean, the sights, sounds, and smells of her coastal home are placed in her very soul. Michaela loves her brother, Red, even more. Then one day Red disappears. One minute he's there, the next he's gone. Mike must come to terms with that loss or risk never finding comfort in what remains of the life she and her brother once shared. I think that having a brother or a sister means to bond, to love, and share or work out your disagreements. It's not all about fighting everytime, it's about sharing the love you have for one another. That's why I always pray that nothing bad never happens to my brother because I love my brother with all my heart and soul. I would never let anything bad happen to him. I thought this book was a very good book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 11, 2006

    A reveiw for Looking For Red

    The book I choose was Looking For Red by Angela Johnson. There are two major characters, Michaela and Red. Red died when Mike was twelve years old. The book mostly takes place on the Cape Cod ocean because Mike loved the ocean so much. Mike looked for Red every day in the ocean. Angela Johnson used imagry throughout the whole book. For example, you could see every wave in the ocean that went by. I enjoyed this book because it was sad and those are the kind of books I like.

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