Crunch, by Leslie Connor

Summary:  The oldest Marriss brother, fourteen-year-old Dewey, attempts to be the “embodiment of responsibility” as he juggles the management of the family’s bicycle repair business while sharing the household and farm duties with his siblings after a sudden energy crisis strands their parents far from home. 330 p., Katherine Tegen Books.

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  1. This is a book that makes you want to keep reading until it’s done. it also makes you wonder what you would do in Dewey’s situation. i think the ending was really good and not too unexpected.

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