Just My Luck: The Sunday Times Number One Bestseller from the author of gripping domestic thrillers and bestsellers like Lies Lies Lies
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Then Benny's school starts a program to catch kids doing good deeds. Benny is determined to be recognized, but he is continually ignored. His teacher tries to explain that he's so good already; he shouldn't need the extrinsic motivation. But Benny does.
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Listened to Audio: Very good audio with lots of different voices used. I've heard this speaker before in many other books I have listened to.One of my favorite parts of the book is finding out how Benny feels about his classmates. Even though classmates might think he’s odd because he’s quiet and doesn’t enjoy sports like other boys in his class, he’s never unkind to anyone. Benny, like many real kids, just takes a little longer to come out of his shell and discover what kind of friendships are important to him. Benny has two brothers, both are older. The eldest is in high school and the other, George is in 6th grade. George is autistic and needs a lot of support from his family and teachers at school. Between meeting, George's needs and their father's Benny and his family are facing a lot.
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This is a fanfiction novel. I do not own the rights to the Ladybug and Chat Noir universe. I also don't own the graphics on the cover, but I'm in the process of making a new cover. Thanks!You don't think you could ever, in a million years, handle it, and then it happens and you do. You just go one day at a time and suddenly you realize, here I am. I'm handling it.'" (p. 159)
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This book would make a great read aloud for children ages 8-10, and it is of course a great read for middle grade and up. I highly recommend it! I feel like I say this all the time, but this is ANOTHER heavy book. The main character is a 4th-grade boy wrestling with a lot of questions in his life. Ten year old Benny is incredibly thoughtful and introspective. He looks inside himself and questions the world around him.Stupendous! I read this totally compelling modern-day morality tale over a weekend – I couldn’t put it down. As ever, Adele Parks does not disappoint – you’ll love it’ Ruth Jones