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Monday, April 04, 2011


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You've got me intrigued. I'll certainly look this one up and consider adding to the Doucette Library's collection(supports university undergrad-teacher prep. program). Would this appeal to struggling readers?
Thanks for this one.
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Tammy, I think so. The chapters are quite short and I don't think the vocabulary is too challenging - when I saw it, I immediately thought of 7th grade and up "I don't like reading" types. Just tell 'em IT'S CRIME. It's not all crime, but there's definitely plenty of lawbreaking!

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