BOOK REVIEW: Stones in Water (Russell S.)

Posted on September 26, 2008. Filed under: Reading | Tags: , |

Over the summer I read a book called Stones in Water by Donna Jo Napoli.  I chose this book because all my friends were talking about how good the book was and it sounded interesting, so I read it.

The book is about a boy named Roberto.  Roberto had a stone as a gift from a Jewish girl who was imprisoned at a holding camp.  Roberto helped build that camp.

I really like this book and I want to read a lot more books just like Stones in Water.  Before I read the book, I thought it was going to be about a boy just throwing stones in the water, but I was wrong.  Stones in Water is the coolest book I have ever read in my life so far.

I would recommend this book because it is really cool and the book has a very good setting.  The book may sound boring to you but I think the book is the coolest book ever because it kept me thinking about it even when I wasn’t reading it.  I would recommend you to read this book because this book probably could be the coolest book you could ever read.  Stones in Water is a great book with an inspiring ending.

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2 Responses to “BOOK REVIEW: Stones in Water (Russell S.)”

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Russell,
Why and how does Roberto help to make the camp?
Russell

Russell, this book sounds interesting to me, but I would like to know more about where the camp was and what time frame it was placed in. Keep reading, it will never do you wrong.


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