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stacey posts on 3/24/2008 12:09:18 AM this book was really nice i enjoyed it so much
Sweets42894 posts on 2/29/2008 12:07:13 PM This book is so good =) and still so very SAD =S Eulinda is a strong girl and I couldn't do half of what she did or go through half of what she had to. She went through it alone and that is very hard to do. I am a 13 yr old who loves to read everything and this is on the top of the list.
jan posts on 2/25/2008 7:00:56 PM Summary on chpt. 12-13 needed!

Anonymous posts on 2/24/2008 2:22:13 PM I'd like a honest vote, raise of hands how many of you would pick up a book on werewolves, vampires, magicians or cupid.
bob posts on 2/24/2008 1:27:10 PM I need 10 important events that happened in the story! Please
katie posts on 2/24/2008 11:50:21 AM can u please tell me 10 important events that happened to sarah beginning to end?
anonomous posts on 2/1/2008 3:31:21 PM What's the whole thing with Neddy's ring in Numbering All the Bones? I have no clue. Please help.
annonmous posts on 2/1/2008 2:50:19 PM What is the conflict in Numbering All the Bones? Is it Eulinda's situation? Please help quickly.
N/A posts on 12/31/2007 8:30:10 PM Numbering all the bones is about how a little girl survives during the American Revolution. The master of her plantation is her father and her mother was a slave. She also had two brothers. one was older than her and the other was younger. Her brother name Zeke died from a sickness, while her older brother Neddy was in the war. Around the time when Zeke was about to die, the master's(her father)wife was a very mean woman. she lost a ring that was worth millions of dollars and blamed it on Zeke. In reality, Neddy took the ring. This made Zeke's mother really angry. Zeke's Mother also had a serious disease that was contagious. so, when the woman was going to get Zeke, his mother stepped in and began talking in her face. Later on the master's wife ended up dying from the same disease. The little girl was not a slave all the time except when in front certain people. Because her mother was a slave, she was to be considered a slave as well. But, she also had advantages. She had a
Beonka posts on 12/13/2007 9:51:02 PM What happend in the end of the book?!?!?! I really need to know!!!
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