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Miracles on Maple Hill

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2013

    This book is about a girl named Marley. She lives with her mom,

    This book is about a girl named Marley. She lives with her mom, dad , and brother Joe. One day they were driving in the snow and got stuck. They tied and tried to get over to the side and finally got there. When they got there Joe and Marley's mom said that Joe should go and find a guy named Mr. Chris, so Joe got out of the car and the snow almost flooded in! About 5 mins later Marley wanted to go out and find Mr. Chris too. Marley went out and actually found Mr. Chris first! This book is an OK book. Its not an fantastic book, but people would like it if your adventures. I wouldn't read it but if I have to then i will. this book is not an interesting book like jumping up and down, but its sorta interesting.  

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 5, 2009

    Miracles on Maple Hill

    Miracles on Maple Hill takes place in a wide open country in Pennsylvania. It is about a young girl named Marley and all of her family and friends. Marley, her brother Joe and her mom and dad all go to Maple hill for a nice vacation in the country. Later they decide to stay there for good. Marley hopes that by going to Maple Hill her family will change for the better. Her dad not being tired all the time and her mom not being worried. Soon everything starts getting better for them until a close friend gets sick. Then everyone has to pitch in to make things better again.<BR/><BR/>I give this book three out of five stars. It has a lot of good detail but at times too much detail so I get confused. Sometimes the transitions from the different seasons and places go by to quick. Also in some parts the book is slow and gives details that arent important to the story. Yet i can always tell who is speaking and i think this book has a wonderful plot. Most of the time i could imagine the setting and characters because of all the good detail. I think this book is a good book for children, seven to tweleve years old. I hope you enjoy this book just as much as I did.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2006

    Basic and boring

    I was very disapointed when I read this book. It has no excitment in it and it is very plain. This book needs somthing to jump at you and spice it up a bit so you can actually enjoy reading it. Unfortunatly I was very bored when I had to do it for my Novel Study. I would not recommend this to anyone.

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