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Maybe he is. But Simon's flour baby is helping Simon figure out his own life - why his father walked out on ...
Maybe he is. But Simon's flour baby is helping Simon figure out his own life - why his father walked out on him, and how strong his mother is, raising him alone. In fact, Simon might not be able to give up his flour baby as the day of the giant, glorious Flour Free-for-All approaches....
When his class of underachievers is assigned to spend three torturous weeks taking care of their own "babies" in the form of bags of flour, Simon makes amazing discoveries about himself while coming to terms with his long-absent father.
Posted May 20, 2003
This is an interesting book that definitely reflects on real life and is worth a read. However, the book is slightly dragged down by the ending which is confusing and rather forced. Otherwise, give this book a chance because it isn't all too bad.This book is probably more appealing to those younger than my age group, but I had to read this book as part of a class project.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.