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Kim Reads Books About Things

I like most books, particularly children's and YA. The fact that I am 21 does not and will never hinder this, and it shouldn't. A good book is a good book is a good book. Anyway. I'll read anything I can get my hands on if the mood suits me.


Clementine  - Sara Pennypacker, Marla Frazee Anybody who doesn't love the title character of this book must have a heart made of stone and covered in riveted steel. She is a fantastic creation: adorable, funny, quirky, and very, very fun to read about. She reminds me of no other kid in middle-grade fiction than Ramona Quimby, which I suppose is quite a compliment as those books were highlights of my childhood reading. I would definitely have adored this book when I was a kid, but maybe as a near-adult it is even better because I can look back and see the similarities between Clementine and my childhood self. This is a hit with kids and adults alike, and there is a good reason for that: it's perfect for nearly everyone.