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Quake!: Disaster in San Francisco 1906

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2007

    Man's Best Friend Saves Boy After Quake

    This book was very exciting and adventure was about to begin for Jacob Kaufman as he walked a stray dog early in the morning of 1906. The earthquake happens and Jacob can¿t find his family. This is an adventure for Jacob and his dog. Another friend is made along the way when Jacob¿s dog rescues a trapped boy in Chinatown. Back then Chinese people were treated poorly and even after the quake kids were treating him differently so Jacob tries his best to help him. This book was filled with excitement and adventure, the timing for things was just rite and the settings were described with detail. The decisions were big in this book and kept you reading. The end wasn¿t obvious and the book was complete.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 11, 2006

    The best book I ever read!

    The book was about a boy who was in an earthquake and his sister and father and uncle and aunt were their house and he was with his dog Quake, and their boarding house fell down and he had to search for his father, sister uncle and aunt. He searched with a boy named San. San found his father and Jacob found his family. I think if you could give it a certain amount of stars and the highest was a billion, I would give it a billion out of a billion stars. I love this book because it was very adventurous! It was one of the best books I ever read.

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