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The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane

by Kate DiCamillo, Bagram Ibatoulline

The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo, Bagram Ibatoulline
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    Feb 2006, 228 pages
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    Jan 2008, 208 pages

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ashlee (10/25/06)

The Miraculaous Journy of Edward Tulane
I think this is the best book ever if I could borrow it from someone I would read it a millon times.! Who ever is wondering about this book you would love it .
3rd grade reader (05/15/06)

Disappointed by the ending
My mom is writing this, but I am telling her what to say. I did not like how the picture on the book cover made you think the story was going to be different than it was. My mom says the word is misleading. I really enjoyed the entire story up until the very ending. It seems there were so many different ways she could have ended the story that would have been better [comment removed due to plot spoiler]. Pelligrina could have been so much more important in the book too. Winn Dixie is much better. Too Bad.
Natasha MW (02/14/06)

Edward Tulane
The book "Edward Tulane" I think is one of the best books I 've ever read. The book is about a snotty china rabbit who goes on a boat and falls off! He gets lost and found a few times and he startes to understand that life is not luxaury! And he starts to learn to love the things and people around him.

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