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    borntoread's book review was featured in A Drop of Hope.
    Are you looking for a book that is full of sweet moments and true friendships? Well, if so, then “A Drop of Hope” is the book for you! Centered around several kids and their lives, this book will keep you hooked the whole time! One of the characters is Ernest Wilmette. Ernest is from a very wealthy family. He is shy, so he tries to keep to himself at school, but things begin to change for him after he goes into his grandfather's attic. Ryan Hardy is an athlete at the school, who's life starts to change, when he helps keep Ernest from being bullied. Lizzy MacComber is a girl struggling with her parents' divorce. Once Lizzy finds out what is happening between Ryan and Ernest, she is drawn into the mystery behind what Ernest discovered in his grandfather's attic. One of my favorite parts of this book was when Lizzy embraced who she is, and stopped worrying about what other people think of her. This book is such a great reminder to always be yourself, to treat people the way you want to be treated, to support each other and to be your best YOU! It was a great book for me and I hope you will love it as much as I did!
    About 2 years ago
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    Are you looking for a book that is full of sweet moments and true friendships? Well, if so, then “A Drop of Hope” is the book for you! Centered around several kids and their lives, this book will keep you hooked the whole time! One of the characters is Ernest Wilmette. Ernest is from a very wealthy family. He is shy, so he tries to keep to himself at school, but things begin to change for him after he goes into his grandfather's attic. Ryan Hardy is an athlete at the school, who's life starts to change, when he helps keep Ernest from being bullied. Lizzy MacComber is a girl struggling with her parents' divorce. Once Lizzy finds out what is happening between Ryan and Ernest, she is drawn into the mystery behind what Ernest discovered in his grandfather's attic. One of my favorite parts of this book was when Lizzy embraced who she is, and stopped worrying about what other people think of her. This book is such a great reminder to always be yourself, to treat people the way you want to be treated, to support each other and to be your best YOU! It was a great book for me and I hope you will love it as much as I did!
    About 2 years ago
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