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An impeccable read from start to finish. The character of Huck Finn makes the pluckiest kid a body might happen to know. His comrade, Tom, is no straggler, neither. And the end most teared me up, for Jim's sake; I come near crying when Tom revealed that Jim was a free man. There'll never be another author like Mark Twain, you bet your granny.
11/22/2020
A marvelously written book for young readers. However, it is not to say that it is exclusive to them alone, for as a matter of fact, older groups may also learn and enjoy the earnest virtues that the story brings.
The authoress is indeed a model woman, regarding her multitude of experience with youngsters and of course, her apparent experience with her Creator.
09/23/2020
The fourth novel I've read by this marvelous author. His is a truly unique style of writing.
04/09/2020
First book I read by this author was Saved At Sea, and to a class of sixth graders. Such great impression it made on me and upon those seemingly untouched minorities, that I determined to read another book by this author, incidentally Black, White and Gray. I'm in a bit of a rush, so I'll say it here: this book is absolutely fantastic!
04/06/2020
A wonderful book with a delicately knit plot. An insightful read of the outdoor life of Boys Scout; makes me want to be one of 'em. And an uncommon happy ending for all. Truly, the authoress is a first class storyteller.
09/07/2019
Eight pages of a great work of literature by Ellis Parker Butler.
Favourite line: "Cold!" he said as he entered and began to beat his hands. "Can't you keep this place warm?"
11/24/2016
Michael James Ploof - A Satirical High-Adventure Romp Through the Fantasy Genre
FEATURED AUTHOR - Michael Ploof spent his youth in the land of make-believe. School was a bore, and growing up in the "Boonies" without cable television forced him to use his imagination. If he wasn't holed up in his bedroom playing with his vast collection of action figures, he could be found in the forest with a wooden sword or staff in hand, battling the forces of evil. As an 80's kid, he was raised on a healthy diet of movies like Star Wars, The Neverending Story, Labyrinth, Goonies, and endless other… Read more