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    The book Lemonade War, by Jacqueline Davis, has mainly the two main characters Jessie and Evan that are in the same grade, and are both siblings that do fight. The two siblings get into a fight that led into the Lemonade War, and so this leads into many settings in the book, some settings are outside or even in their friends house. The book's writing style is also very creative, it has some pictures here and there that help the reader imagine all of the scenes. “Whaddya think?” he shouted. “Yeah?” she stood up. “No, I don’t want any stupid ice.” The pain was starting to go away, like humongous wave that crashes with a lot of noise and spray but then slowly fizzles away into nothing." This quote shows how the author, Jacqueline Davies writes her story, she thinks about her audience which is usually children. And so her writing is a way that children may see the world ( or their P.O.V. ), to help the audience understand the story. I would recommend this story but just for fun because it is enjoyable to read the book because it has many interesting surprises in the story. But personally, I think that this book is okay because it does give the surprises/plots away pretty easily, because you could predict the up coming surprises that are going to happen.
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    451052 added a book review.
    The book Lemonade War, by Jacqueline Davis, has mainly the two main characters Jessie and Evan that are in the same grade, and are both siblings that do fight. The two siblings get into a fight that led into the Lemonade War, and so this leads into many settings in the book, some settings are outside or even in their friends house. The book's writing style is also very creative, it has some pictures here and there that help the reader imagine all of the scenes. “Whaddya think?” he shouted. “Yeah?” she stood up. “No, I don’t want any stupid ice.” The pain was starting to go away, like humongous wave that crashes with a lot of noise and spray but then slowly fizzles away into nothing." This quote shows how the author, Jacqueline Davies writes her story, she thinks about her audience which is usually children. And so her writing is a way that children may see the world ( or their P.O.V. ), to help the audience understand the story. I would recommend this story but just for fun because it is enjoyable to read the book because it has some pretty good surprises in the story. But the thing is that I think that the book is okay because it gives away the surprises/ plots pretty easily because you can guess what is going to happen next.
    Over 4 years ago
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