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    cadiebug2008 replied to a comment in
    Hi ravenclaw_gal, I understand your reasoning. It is very reasonable. I get it. Hermione is very popular. But I also have reasoning. As well as Ginny, Hermione has gone through a lot of Harry's crazy adventures, and has helped impact him greatly. She has braved a lot of things, as well as being close to Harry. I have read through the first four books, and I know what you mean by how Hermione is a know-it-all. But I really don't think she tries to be rude. She just supplies info, since Harry and Ron don't read as many books. As for Ginny, I agree; she IS a very good character. But, Ginny and Hermione are both VERY good characters. But, as I said before, Hermione is closer to Harry, so she has to brave more. I hope you take this into consideration, and also, just remember your reasoning was very good. Thanks for listening! BTW, I'm Ravenclaw too! Ravenclaw forever!
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    I think this is literally one of the best books ever wrote.
    About 2 months ago
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    cadiebug2008's book review was featured in Little Women.
    This is a wonderful book. It is about four sisters: the March sisters. Meg; the eldest and the prettiest, Jo; the tomboyish, author, Beth; the sweet, shy one, and Amy; the youngest and most self conscious artist. They and their wise mother have to face the brave of the war going on, with the hanging feeling that their soldier father might not come home. While so, they meet a young man named Laurie, who soon is like a part of the family. Later in the book, Laurie falls in love with Jo. Jo, however, does not feel the same way.When Laurie confesses, Jo breaks his heart. I for one, disagree with this. I feel Laurie and Jo would have made a lovely couple. Later on, Beth gets brushed with death once, but manages to survive. I was really sad when Beth died from scarlet fever, and I wish she didn't. When the girls grow up, each one goes to pursue their dreams except for Meg, who marries John Brooke, Laurie's old tutor. They have twins, and have a happy family. As for Amy, she heads off to Europe with grumpy old Aunt March to paint. While in Europe, she stumbles upon Laurie, who also tried to escape from home for a while to try to mend his heartbreak. Honestly, I think Laurie was being a little creepy. But of course, Amy and Laurie fall in love and get married. And for the last but best character, Jo, she escaped to New York City to study, and writes a book. While there, she falls in love with a college professor, and they later get married. It was a very good story. I recommend it to anyone looking for a relatable historical fiction with excellent vocabulary.
    About 2 months ago
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    cadiebug2008 added a book review.
    This is a wonderful book. It is about four sisters: the March sisters. Meg; the eldest and the prettiest, Jo; the tomboyish, author, Beth; the sweet, shy one, and Amy; the youngest and most self conscious artist. They and their wise mother have to face the brave of the war going on, with the hanging feeling that their soldier father might not come home. While so, they meet a young man named Laurie, who soon is like a part of the family. Later in the book, Laurie falls in love with Jo. Jo, however, does not feel the same way.When Laurie confesses, Jo breaks his heart. I for one, disagree with this. I feel Laurie and Jo would have made a lovely couple. Later on, Beth gets brushed with death once, but manages to survive. I was really sad when Beth died from scarlet fever, and I wish she didn't. When the girls grow up, each one goes to pursue their dreams except for Meg, who marries John Brooke, Laurie's old tutor. They have twins, and have a happy family. As for Amy, she heads off to Europe with grumpy old Aunt March to paint. While in Europe, she stumbles upon Laurie, who also tried to escape from home for a while to try to mend his heartbreak. Honestly, I think Laurie was being a little creepy. But of course, Amy and Laurie fall in love and get married. And for the last but best character, Jo, she escaped to New York City to study, and writes a book. While there, she falls in love with a college professor, and they later get married. It was a very good story. I recommend it to anyone looking for a relatable historical fiction with excellent vocabulary.
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    cadiebug2008 has read this book.
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    Yes, let's spend half the country's money on something that can be easily resolved. Hey, I respect the president and the White House. But I feel there's got to be a better way to solve this problem.
    About 2 months ago
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    it isn't a monkey! It's just a newly discovered early human form. But it's not a monkey, and it is female(girl).
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