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The Time Bike

by Jane Langton

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The Time Bike by Jane Langton
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    May 2000, 144 pages
    May 2001, 144 pages

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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.

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It was one of the most interesting books I have ever read!


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.

it was the best book that i ever read before , in my whole entire life !!!!!!!!!!!!

bob stookman

it was good

This is the best book in the world! I was surfing the web to find out some info on the book because I'm doing a book report on it, and found this! This was my chance to tell the world how good this book is!! Jane Langton Knows exactly how Eddie feels when his birthday bike dissapears and how dissapointed he was when he was given a new one. I'm 10 years old, and I love to read. I can't choose a favorite book but this one is up there!!
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