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    The Story of Doctor Dolittle, by Hugh Lofting, teaches about tolerance. Dr. Dollitle is a doctor who can speak animal languages and loves animals, but he has so many animals that his sister left and he became poor. He didn’t mind, though, because he still had his animals. After some time, a swallow came and told the doctor that he needed to cure some monkeys in africa. He didn’t have enough money, but he borrowed a boat and supplies from people who knew that he was a good doctor. After a while, he cured the monkeys and went back home. The animals also showed him the pushmi-pullyu, an animal which has two heads. He earned enough money showing people it that he had enough for a while. I recommend this classical book for boys and girls, grades third to sixth.
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    The Mysterious Benedict Society, a group of five friends who have completed tons of dangerous missions together, thought they defeated the villainous Ten Men. Most of them have been locked in the Citadel in Brig City, and their evil leader Mr.Curtain has been trapped inside a specially designed security suite on an island. A few years have passed since they defeated the villains. But there were two Ten Men who weren't captured, and they have freed all their associates. Now, they are on the loose in Stonetown, and they' re planning on freeing Mr.Curtain....and also take revenge on the Mysterious Benedict Society. Soon, they find that the Ten Men have a telepath, who could be able to track down their location. To save the world, the Mysterious Benedict Society will have to meet up again, along with their new friend Tai. The Mysterious Benedict Society has its own telepath, and they've battled the Ten Men before, but will they succeed this time? This book was sometimes a bit boring, and I liked the first book better, but it was a pretty good book. You should read it if you like books with lots of action.
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    tendergalaxy's book review was featured in Adhd & ADD Experience: 2 Pack: Joey Pigza Swallowed the Key; Joey Pigza Loses Control (Children Series Book Sets : Grade 4 - 7) by Jack Gantos (2000-05-04).
    This review is for the first book in this 2 pack. Joey Pigza Swallowed the Key, by Jack Gantos, teaches that sometimes when somebody gets too much of something and then too little, he or she can go a little crazy. Joey Pigza was a wired Pennsylvanian kid who always did the wrong thing. His father was wired too, so naturally he was. Every day he got meds, but because he got the cheap medication, only half of them worked. One day, he went on a field trip during school time to a farm, but while all the other kids got to eat shoefly pie, Joey didn’t, so he went crazy. Finally, he caused so much trouble that he had to go to the Special Education Center for six weeks. After those six weeks, he got a patch on his head which wouldn’t increase his medicine, but give him a constant flow of them. He became better and returned to school, and he wasn’t as bad anymore. I recommend this fictional book for boys, grades third to sixth.
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    tendergalaxy added a book review.
    This review is for the first book in this 2 pack. Joey Pigza Swallowed the Key, by Jack Gantos, teaches that sometimes when somebody gets too much of something and then too little, he or she can go a little crazy. Joey Pigza was a wired Pennsylvanian kid who always did the wrong thing. His father was wired too, so naturally he was. Every day he got meds, but because he got the cheap medication, only half of them worked. One day, he went on a field trip during school time to a farm, but while all the other kids got to eat shoefly pie, Joey didn’t, so he went crazy. Finally, he caused so much trouble that he had to go to the Special Education Center for six weeks. After those six weeks, he got a patch on his head which wouldn’t increase his medicine, but give him a constant flow of them. He became better and returned to school, and he wasn’t as bad anymore. I recommend this fictional book for boys, grades third to sixth.
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