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Drama

by Raina Telgemeier

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Eden :)

AMAZING!
I always enjoy this book whenever I read it. I love how it shines a light on the LGBTQ community, and coming from a 7th gradee, that means something. Its a splendid book!
natale

Drama By Rana Telgemer
Amazing. 5 star rating !
bob

great
THiS BooK iS GreAt. It iS inSPiRing to tHe ReAdeRs tO be ThEmsElVes
sky

Drama by Raina Telgimer
I think this book is very amusing, and great for 4-5 grade to read .
Zainny

It was a really good book!!!
I would actually give it a 4.5 because if you read the book the ending just ends in some sort of a twist that is hard to understand. But overall the book is great and really funny... This book would be good for 5th grader to about a 7th grade level.
Tori

Best book
It was so good I read the book 10 times!
K.C.

Good for older readers
Parents do your research. This book is banned for some Elementary schools. It isn't appropriate for kids under 11. Get ready to have an interesting conversation with your child earlier than you imagined. Shame on all these book reviews that don't include this info for parents!
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