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READ & DOWNLOAD ï E-book, or Kindle E-pub Þ Cyndi Sand-Eveland

Dear ToniEs Dear Somebody who evolves into Dear Toni And bit by bit Toni a good listener becomes a best friend to whom Gene tells everything And there’s lots to tell Gene’s family is in transition to say the least Her dad is looking for work they are moving again her brother is the bane of her existence and than anything else in the world Gene wants something she can’t have a dog Toni is the first to learn that Gene is moving to a rent free empty apartment at the back of a gas statio. I really enjoyed this book It is aimed at ages 8 12 and I would agree The book is designed to look like an actual journal with lined pages plus Gene includes hand drawn doodles which really make the journal come alive Even the page numbers look hand written The story was cute and had some good lessons and most importantly it sounded like a 6th grader writing which is what Gene is It has high points and low points happy points and sad points and really captured my interest even at age 25

FREE READ Dear Toni

FREE READ Ò Dear Toni Ò ➪ Dear Toni Read ➲ Author Cyndi Sand-Eveland – Feedmarkformulate.co.uk When sixth grader Gene Tucks moves south she dreads being the new kid at school and almost everything else about her life as a “nobody” But what she dreads most is the hundred day journal writing When sixth grader Gene Tucks moves south she N so her dad can manage it And wonder of wonders the owner’s dog needs looking after Not just any dog a St Bernard who happens to have three pups Through Gene’s one hundred entries the whole story unwinds and in the end just like Toni does forty years later we have come to know one of the freshest funniest characters to grace the pages of a book in a very long time Decorated with doodles by the author Dear Toni has the look and feel of a journal but the heart of a special year old. A uick read journal by a sixth grader Gene Tucks Given a hundred day journal writing assignment Gene shares her boring life with a sixth grader forty years in the future time capsule Of course her life turns out to be anything but boring A good book for reluctant readers

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When sixth grader Gene Tucks moves south she dreads being the new kid at school and almost everything else about her life as a “nobody” But what she dreads most is the hundred day journal writing assignment her teacher has given the class His brilliant idea is to have the journals locked in the town museum’s vault for forty years so that future grade sixers can read them At first Gene has trouble writing to someone who isn’t even born yet But little by little Dear Nobody becom. This is an elementary age book but since I’m a sucker for a journal I gave it a read A nice little book with a sweet message I think it would be enjoyed by the target age group