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amazing book you have to read it!

posted by 6046397 on December 27, 2010

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I had to read this for school. It was a group decision and this book won. I was very surprised about the beginng and how they called Lou "sardine"... I ended up liking this book.

posted by Anonymous on February 24, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 29, 2008


    I am an actress who read this book. I read some things that have happened to me before! I really connected with Leo. Sharon Creech is a wonderful author! Leo¿s family is very interesting to read about. When ever they have a family dinner with his WHOLE family Leo always says or does something wrong, its always interesting to read about. This is a good book for anyone who's in for a funny book, or if you¿re an actor or an actress or a director. Its realistic fiction.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 1, 2007

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    I am a 6th grader. We had to read this book for(battle of the books).It is a good book if you like plays. Leo finds his fathers autobiography at age 13 and is caught up in a new world. And who is this mystery girl?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2007

    Replay by Sharon Creech

    Replay is about the life of a little boy named Leo, otherwise known as Sardine, or Fog Boy. Leo is a dreamer (which is why one of his nicknames is Fog Boy) who feels his life is cramped with his two brothers and sister (which is where Sardine comes from.) Leo learns a lot about his own family and growing up as he practices for his part in the school play and reads his father's autobiography at age 13.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2006


    ¿Sardine! Fog Boy!¿ yelled Pietro. At the beginning, Leo¿s family was neglecting him, so he spent his time daydreaming, which is why his family and friends and even teachers called him those nicknames. His real name is Leonardo and he is twelve years old. He also has two younger brothers named Pietro and Nunzio, and one older sister named Contento. Since the rest of his family had after school activities, he decided to try out for the play. It was called Rumpopo¿s Porch. As Leo was rummaging through boxes in his attic, he found a box that says GIORGIO, which is his father¿s name. When he opens it he finds two things that get him into trouble and that help him with his problems. This book, Replay, written by Sharon Creech is very interesting. I enjoyed it because it makes you want to keep reading because you never know what is going to happen next. I recommend this book to anyone who likes realistic fiction, plays, and an interesting short read.

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