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The library card
Jerry Spinelli
Children's Fiction SPINELL

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Jack L. said:
I just finished reading The Library Card by Jerry Spinelli. The book is divided into 4 parts. The first part is called Mongoose. Mongoose is a boy who just turned 12. When the library card comes out of nowhere, Mongoose turns into a completely new person. Mongoose uses the library card to get out a book that he loves. The second part is called Brenda. Brenda is a girl who watches A LOT of T.V. Section three is is called Sonseray. Sonseray is a 12 year old boy. He lives with his uncle Jack, who has lost several jobs in 7 states, all because of Sonseray’s rotten behavior. The very last section of this fabulous book is called April Mendez. April and her family move from New York City to a mushroom farm in Pennsylvania. April is kidnapped by Nanette who has just hijacked the book mobile. I would recommend the Library Card by Jerry Spinelli to everyone. This is a really good book. The characters are a lot like me, I love the library and I love books. The last story about April and Nanette was my favorite. It ended happily and I was glad about that. I loved The Library Card. It is a great book.
posted Nov 25, 2013 at 10:45AM
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Shoplifts some candy; finds a library card that changes everything.
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