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Oddballs

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Oddballs

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Author:

William Sleator

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Publisher:

Puffin

Categories:

Humor

Ages:

3-5, 6-8, 9-12, 13+

Summary: Science fiction author William Sleator recalls his childhood and family, including tales about describes their loony adventures from childhood through adolescence, including Tycho's toilet training, Vicky's purple hair, Jack's self-taught hypnotizing skills, Halloween seances, zany skits, and what they called Pitiful Encounters acted out on streetcars.

 


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peru

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7

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it is so cool because it teaches you something

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carthage

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12

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It was good.

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Cameron

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Hopedale

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10

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I thought it was very interesting. I even told my friends to read it!

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Jenny

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Philadelphia

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12

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I love book. It is funny and I read it two times.

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Brittany

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Frederick

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13

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This is a book about a very funny, eccentric family. They have a million funny stories. This would make a good TV show.

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