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    andsay1617 added a book review.
    I liked how I could picture the characters in my head. The author was able to give great details to the reader and it helped my imagination. The story was action-packed and very enjoyable. I listened to the audiobook while following the story in my paperback book. This made the book more exciting because the audiobook used different voices.
    Over 2 years ago
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    andsay1617 has read this book.
    Over 2 years ago
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    andsay1617's book review was featured in Middle School: Get Me out of Here!.
    Rafe Khatchadorian gets into trouble again. In the second book, Middle School Get Me Out Of Here written by James Patterson and Chris Tebbetts, Rafe and his family move in with their granny. Rafe is going into 7th grade and his mother sets up an interview for Rafe at Cathedral School of the Arts. When Rafe, the protagonist, is admitted into the art school, he soon meets Zeke, the antagonist in the story. Zeke is also in 7th grade and spends his time making fun of Rafe. Rafe does a self portrait and the entire class critiques each other’s work. In the first conflict, Zeke and his friend, Kenny, are very critical of Rafe’s self portrait. The second conflict happened when Rafe and his friend, Matty, decided to steal Zeke and Kenny’s art projects. He does get suspended and had to apologize to Zeke for destroying his art project. The turning point is when his mom gets a job. I recommend this book to the 8th grade level. Some high school students may enjoy the characters and the dangers they come across.
    About 3 years ago
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    andsay1617 added a book review.
    Rafe Khatchadorian gets into trouble again. In the second book, Middle School Get Me Out Of Here written by James Patterson and Chris Tebbetts, Rafe and his family move in with their granny. Rafe is going into 7th grade and his mother sets up an interview for Rafe at Cathedral School of the Arts. When Rafe, the protagonist, is admitted into the art school, he soon meets Zeke, the antagonist in the story. Zeke is also in 7th grade and spends his time making fun of Rafe. Rafe does a self portrait and the entire class critiques each other’s work. In the first conflict, Zeke and his friend, Kenny, are very critical of Rafe’s self portrait. The second conflict happened when Rafe and his friend, Matty, decided to steal Zeke and Kenny’s art projects. He does get suspended and had to apologize to Zeke for destroying his art project. The turning point is when his mom gets a job. I recommend this book to the 8th grade level. Some high school students may enjoy the characters and the dangers they come across.
    About 3 years ago
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    andsay1617 has read this book.
    About 3 years ago
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    andsay1617 replied to a comment in
    I like how you said this book is really cool because I also think this book is really cool.
    About 3 years ago
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    I actually read this book once and I still like it and I even have the movie.
    About 3 years ago
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    I'm also a fan of Pokemon. My favorite Pokemon is Pikachu.
    About 3 years ago
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    andsay1617 wants to read this book.
    About 3 years ago

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