Year of the Book, by Andrea Cheng

Summary:  When Anna needs company, she turns to her books. Books, however, can’t tell Anna how to find a true friend. She’ll have to discover that on her own.
This novel subtly explores what it takes to make friends and what it means to be one.

HoughtonMifflin

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4 Responses

  1. This book had a simple plot and wasn’t very interesting. It is probably for younger kids but I couldn’t really connect with the characters. I don’t think it could win.

  2. I think this book might be popular with a younger audience, but the main problem was unclear and the book never seemed to climax.

  3. This book was very sweet. I agree that this book was written for younger audiences. However I don’t think it has a chance at winning Newbery. It was very choppy in places and the characters were kind of flat. I also agree with Lucy, it never seemed to have a climax.

  4. A Cute, short read. I’d probably recommend it to my friend’s younger sister, a 6-8 year old sort of age group, but otherwise, it was just a fun read,

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