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Inside Out and Back Again

by Thanhha Lai

Inside Out and Back Again
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  • Published in USA  Mar 2011
    272 pages
    Genre: Poetry

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Danielle (11/15/15)

Favorite book by far!
I never knew a book could be this good! It tells of a girl who is forced to flee from Saigon, Vietnam and when she gets sponsored, goes to Alabama and learns english and goes to school. She is forced to cope with everyday challenges. If you're up for reading something new, I definitely recommend this book, 10 out of 10!
Lizzie (10/02/13)

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I loved this book, absolutely has made one of my top 10 list!!! I highly suggest this book to the younger readers for sure. This book defiantly portrays to them... very moving and uplifting.
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