Dillon Dillonby Kate Banks
For his tenth birthday, Dillon's parents give him a red rowboat with his name painted on the stern: Dillon Dillon. Why did his parents give him a name like that? To Dillon, it seems like the right time to find out. The truth alters everything Dillon has ever known or felt about himself/i>/p>/b>
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I really liked this book because the blurb was very interesting, and the plot of the story was interesting, but really when you are in the middle it gets boring because there is no mystery, just plain words right infront of you. And they tell you like it is. There's nothing really special about the book. So I just stopped readin in the middle.
I bought this book for its beautiful cover and the inside didn¿t let me down. This has to be one of the best stories for young adults that I¿ve read in a long time. It¿s circulated among all five members of our family (ages 45, 42, 14, 12, 11) and it¿s left us all feeling that we knew personally each of the characters and that we¿d walked through their lives. The story left tears in our eyes, but filled us, like Dillon, with hope and awe at the beauty and wonder of life