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When he enters fifth grade after his mother's remarriage, Joey has trouble adjusting to his new ...
When he enters fifth grade after his mother's remarriage, Joey has trouble adjusting to his new teacher and to his new stepfather.
Posted June 19, 2005
This book is a lot like real life. A young African American boy going through some rough days; not having it so easy at home; always bringing a bad note home to mamma; and having a hard time standing on his own two feet. And even more problems that follow. But in the end, everything is alright. You will hold your head high. I enjoyed this book because it taught me to go for my dreams and be brave and have a good amount of pride in myself. In this book, I feel as if I am hanging out with the characters. To use my imagination, I take people that I am familiar with, like my cousins and people on TV, to be the characters in the story. In closing, Cheverolet Saturdays is an excellent book, especially if you want to learn a lesson.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.