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The Time Bike

by Jane Langton

The Time Bike
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  • First Published:
    May 2000, 144 pages
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    May 2001, 144 pages

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U.S. weekly (05/28/07)

This book was....
This book was really good something new happened when you turned the page. It made it sound like it was a real story. I would recomend this book to people whom like exciting things.
Eddie (04/18/05)

Time Bike
It was one of the most interesting books I have ever read!
nate (02/08/05)

great
jim (11/04/04)

I tought the book was great. I think its worth reading it over an over again. My real name is jim not bob, but I still think the book was awsome.
danielle (10/31/04)

it was the best book that i ever read before , in my whole entire life !!!!!!!!!!!!
bobby (10/05/04)

great
Steve (04/29/04)

I think people shoud love this book because it is very exciting and unimaginal!!!! Trust me I read it 6 times and didn't grt bored, really.
bob stookman (04/11/04)

it was good
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