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"Fans of R.J. Palacio’s Wonder will appreciate this feel-good story of friendship and unconventional smarts.” —Kirkus ReviewsAlly has been smart enough to fool a lot of smart people. Every time she lands in a new school, she is able to hide her inability to read by creating clever yet disruptive dis

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Author Lynda Mullaly Hunt

Pages 320

Publisher Penguin

Published Date 2017-03-28

ISBN 0142426423 9780142426425


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cori_3779 shared a tip "I loved it, great kids book about dyslexia"

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Sunshine_Vibes shared a tip "This was such a relatable book ♥️♥️♥️"

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ayda_christianson shared a tip "Yes, probably 1 for the Murphys"

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Mongoose_rena shared a tip "This is a young-teen book, but it shows how to respect and help one another."

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stephanie_tea shared a tip "I agree. It may be for a younger audience, but it is still educational and emotional and can relate to anyone trying to fit in"

allison_jibbs shared a tip "Amazing!!"

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anabella_lopez shared a tip "It's such a good book! I never wanted to stop reading!"

reef_abu_kally shared a tip "It was a amazing book"

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twilightbloodnight53 shared a tip "I loved reading this book. I've probably read it about 10 times in the past year"

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cruz_here shared a tip "This was a good book 12/18/21"

kirstin_s shared a tip "It is, but i’d say it’s for a younger reader. I first read it in the 5th grade i think."

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lil_brat shared a tip "I loved this book and I really connected with it I would recommend reading it in the 5 grade so you can fully understand it"

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