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PATTY posts on 8/13/2011 5:58:49 PM what are some of the important artifacts in the yellow fever book by anderson. i need at least 5. so that i can research.
kate floom posts on 12/6/2010 4:32:58 PM heyy , does this book tell what state / town kate lives in ?
Gabrielle Pinard posts on 11/17/2010 11:10:01 AM hey I would like to Know what made you write Speak. What did you go though that made you write this story. well that's what I would like to know thanks and I love the book by the way!



hazel679 posts on 9/21/2009 11:42:54 PM Speak the book is one of my favorite books! it is sooo good and i could read it for more than 1 hour straight....im going to read catayst i hope this one is just as good!
c posts on 4/1/2009 1:07:33 PM I just Finished the book FEVER 1793 i was an aswone book, now i have to do a book repory over spring break *Wish me Luck*
michael faerese posts on 3/21/2009 5:52:20 PM i love to read. i just finished reading the book casey at the bat. i loved it so much. i like when the umpire says strike one. bye
Shelby posts on 3/1/2009 8:10:03 PM Catalyst is a good book. If you liked it, then you'll absoluty love Speak. Its, by far, the best book Ive ever read.
Chelsea posts on 2/9/2009 3:54:02 PM what is the report melinda does about in the book speak?
ryota posts on 1/17/2009 11:11:40 AM uh whats da baby's name again?
Kasey Rae posts on 1/8/2009 1:29:18 AM . i looked up the book catalyst because i was reading it about 10minutes ago.. now i dont like reading but i read about 60 pages tonight. im not done, my mom took my book because it was time to go to sleep :( i wanted to keep reading because i was crying about Mikey. if anyone is thinking about reading catalyst .. i say do it ..its a wonderfully intriging book.P.S. i havent read speak yet is it a good book?- bye
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