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1. 13 Hangmen, by Art Corriveau, 342 pp, RL 4

I hope that I can to justice to 13 Hangmen by Art Corriveau in this review. Not only is is a layered, complex story that spirals back in time like the image on the cover, but I enjoyed it so much that I tore through it, even sneaking off to read behind the shelves while I was at work and might get a bit over-enthusaistic while writing about it. Also, being a complex story, the plot takes a

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2. Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson, 300 pp RL 5

Now in paperback!!! This book is a MUST read and will, no doubt, become required reading in many, many 5th and 6th grade classrooms now that it is in paperback.The sequel, titled FORGE, is due out this month!!!Chains, by Laurie Halse Anderson, is yet another National Book Award finalist from this excellent author. Not as well known or as old as the Newbery Award, which is given by the American

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