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    goobertpie's book review was featured in Long Way From Chicago: Novel-Ties Study Guide.
    Summery Joey and Mary Alice do not want to go to grandma's because they don't like spending the night there. Joey and Mary Alice are being forced to go whether they like it or not. They haven't seen a stiff but that's about to change. A reporter asked grandma if she knew how Shotgun got his name. So grandma told the reporter that Shotgun got his name in the civil war and that U.S. Grant gave him his name when Vicksburg fell. Then later in the book grandma tells Ernie Cowgill that Joey is part of a chicago gang and he is meaner than he looks. Grandma told Mrs. Weidenbach that the quilt and stovepipe hat were Abraham lincolns and Mary Todd Lincoln's. Joey and Mary Alice had to dress like old time people during the Centennial Celebration. In the Centennial Celebration Uncle Grady and Mrs. Weidenbaches dad fought. That is my summary of the book A Long Way From Chicago. Opinion This is my opinion of A Long Way From Chicago. My opinion of A Long Way From Chicago is that the book is good. At first I was not interested in the book but now I am. My favorite part in the book A Long Way From Chicago was when grandma blackmailed O. B. Dickerson. The reason I liked that part in the story was because he is not happy about it. Another reason I like that part in the book is she is feeding the hungry. I think the book is about 4.5 stars out of 5.0 stars. I personally would recommend the book A Long Way From Chicago. The people who I would recommend the book to are people who don't like action. The book has a little action, it could have had more action.
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    Summery Joey and Mary Alice do not want to go to grandma's because they don't like spending the night there. Joey and Mary Alice are being forced to go whether they like it or not. They haven't seen a stiff but that's about to change. A reporter asked grandma if she knew how Shotgun got his name. So grandma told the reporter that Shotgun got his name in the civil war and that U.S. Grant gave him his name when Vicksburg fell. Then later in the book grandma tells Ernie Cowgill that Joey is part of a chicago gang and he is meaner than he looks. Grandma told Mrs. Weidenbach that the quilt and stovepipe hat were Abraham lincolns and Mary Todd Lincoln's. Joey and Mary Alice had to dress like old time people during the Centennial Celebration. In the Centennial Celebration Uncle Grady and Mrs. Weidenbaches dad fought. That is my summary of the book A Long Way From Chicago. Opinion This is my opinion of A Long Way From Chicago. My opinion of A Long Way From Chicago is that the book is good. At first I was not interested in the book but now I am. My favorite part in the book A Long Way From Chicago was when grandma blackmailed O. B. Dickerson. The reason I liked that part in the story was because he is not happy about it. Another reason I like that part in the book is she is feeding the hungry. I think the book is about 4.5 stars out of 5.0 stars. I personally would recommend the book A Long Way From Chicago. The people who I would recommend the book to are people who don't like action. The book has a little action, it could have had more action.
    10 months ago
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