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Kelly Carter rated it it was amazing Oct 26, Abby rated it liked it Apr 16, Daddy rated it it was amazing Oct 03, Sarah rated it it was amazing Jun 14, Young Adult. About Betsy Haynes.

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Betsy Haynes. ABOUT ME Maybe it's because my feisty grandma chased tarantulas around with a broom when we lived on an oil lease property when I was a baby that made me love danger and adventure. And maybe it was my father's spending nights as a trombonist with the bands of his day and his days spent drawing sketches that sparked my artistic side.

Do you suppose that because my mother stood only four feet ten inc ABOUT ME Maybe it's because my feisty grandma chased tarantulas around with a broom when we lived on an oil lease property when I was a baby that made me love danger and adventure. Do you suppose that because my mother stood only four feet ten inches tall that I feel like a giant at five feet?

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My childhood friendships and rivalries with old enemies all find their way into my books. I've even spied on my own kids for story ideas. Unlike most kids who can't wait to grow up, I've gotten younger--at least my stories have. Donald Judd. Healing Trauma with Guided Drawing.

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I only succeeded in one of those 4 though.

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It has very simple language and plot, so it is not difficult for any reader, and it has very little violence so is suitable for younger kids there as well. Speaking from an adult point of view, it is more funny than anything. I would say, though More 90's nostalgia. I would say, though, preview each of these before the kids, since some are more violent and scary than others.

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Pretty cheesy book. Sometimes that works, but here not really. The writing was well done for the young age group, and the character realistic enough as a snarky young boy. Using the school and cafeteria works to play up kids and their thoughts of school lunches and cafeteria ladies. Pacing was pretty quick and kept everything happening well enough.

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Kids without a lower attention span would get a kick out of that. The story is amazingly out there, predictable to me, but maybe not a younger age g Pretty cheesy book. The story is amazingly out there, predictable to me, but maybe not a younger age group , and the ending is a rushed events, which again doesn't work well for my age group but may with the young ones.

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