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Possibles

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2003

    What a Great Book

    Possibles is about a girl named Sheppy who believes in the Possibles until her dad dies from cancer and her family is short on money. Sheppy has to take a summer job as a lady sitter for Constance Montgomery who is very grumpy. Miss Montgomery¿s uncle feeds her what Sheppy calls ¿boring food¿ which Constance wont eat, so Sheppy brings her moms food to constance and gets paid extra for getting constance to eat. While working at the Montgomery house Sheppy gets involved in their family business, Sheppy over hears a conversation in which the Montgomery¿s neighbor asks if she should hide another letter that came for Constance. Sheppy asks Constance about the situation and she asks Sheppy to come over tomorrow to help her find that letters to find out more read Possibles. I liked this book and I would recommend it to anyone who likes a happy ending.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2000

    5 Stars All The Way!

    I love this book! When every I go to check out books, my friends are like 'possibles again?' I have read it a zillion times, and so have they. It is really sad how it's a 12 year old little girl who has to overcome the emotions of her fathers death. While doing that she has to give up camp and go 'lady sitting' to earn money to help her mama. I learned a lot from it, it would be cool if we could have this as a lit set instead of the boring books we get. I really think you should read it, no matter what your age.

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