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Strider

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Strider

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Author:

Cleary, Beverly

Illustrator:

Zelinsky, Paul

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Ages:

9-12

Summary: In a series of diary entries, Leigh tells how he comes to terms with his parents' divorce, acquires joint custody of an abandoned dog, and joins the track team at school.

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Name:

Taylor

Hometown:

Kingston

Age:

8

Review:

I like this book because I always wanted a dog.The boys parents are going through a divorce. I like it a lot!

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J.T.

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Age:

9

Review:

This book is cool!

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Jimmy

Hometown:

Arizona

Age:

12

Review:

I like this book because its about a dog and his new friend that loves him forever.

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Name:

Ralph

Hometown:

New York

Age:

10

Review:

This is a great book. I like it because it can happen in real life. It's also fun!

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Name:

Alonzo

Hometown:

Astoria

Age:

10

Review:

This book is cool. I like it alot. It talks about a boy and his dog. It also talks about friendship and how a boy deals with the problem of the divorce of his parents.

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