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The Wanderer

by Sharon Creech

The Wanderer by Sharon Creech X
The Wanderer by Sharon Creech
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  • First Published:
    Apr 2000, 288 pages

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    Apr 2002, 320 pages

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Tory

It's a really good book!
jessica

I JUST THINK ITS COOL!!!
Sarah

Just Amazing!
D.

I truly enjoyed sailing with this book. Sophie and Cody are great complex characters. Creech uses such descriptive prose that you feel like you are "sailing on" with the crew.
coolart

i just wanted to say that I love "The Wanderer".It's a real cool book I really love you should make another book about Sophie and her family called :The Wanderer2!
it waz fab,an awsome novle!!!! i totally agree with you. It was a great book!!!!!
it was a very good book. I read it in 4 weaks but i was only 10. I think outher people should reade it. It was a good book and im glad it won a medal

It was a great book, good for all ages. It inspired me a lot!

Nate

I totally agree with you. It was a spactacular book!!!!!
Nate

THis was a very good book. I read it in 4 weaks but i was only 9. I think outher people should reade it.:) It was a good book and im glad it won a medal
Brianne

This was a very good book I read it in 2 days because i couldnt stop reading it! It defantly deserved to win the Newbery Medal!

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