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ANY SMALL GOODNESS

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Sweet as Mexican dulces, here's an episodic story about life in the Los Angeles barrio. Picture-book veteran Johnston (Uncle Rain Cloud, not reviewed, etc.) presents her first novel for children, and what a treat it is. Arturo's close-knit family, who arrived from Mexico only three years ago, stands together against the ugliness of the world. "In L.A. there's bad. Druggies. Gangs. Thieves, lifting ... Read full review

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This a easy

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In my opinion Any Small Goodness was not at all a good book and should not even be called a touching novel instead it should be called a stinky novel. The reason I think so badly of this book is some parts of the book is confusing and the book has to many climaxes and is hard to identify the main climax and theme of the story. I would NOT recommend this book. 

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boring

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