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Restart | Gordon Korman
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Chase's memory just went out the window. Chase doesn't remember falling off the roof. He doesn't remember hitting his head. He doesn't, in fact, remember anything. He wakes up in a hospital room and suddenly has to learn his whole life all over again . . . starting with his own name. He knows he's Chase. But who is Chase? When he gets back to school, he sees that different kids have very different reactions to his return. Some kids treat him like a hero. Some kids are clearly afraid of him. One girl in particular is so angry with him that she pours her frozen yogurt on his head the first chance she gets. Pretty soon, it's not only a question of who Chase is--it's a question of who he was . . . and who he's going to be. From the #1 bestselling author of Swindle and Slacker, Restart is the spectacular story of a kid with a messy past who has to figure out what it means to get a clean start.
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Chase gets what a lot of us have wished for — a chance to have a fresh start. He can‘t remember anyone, doesn‘t remember who he is. But his efforts to be a new person, the person he wants to be, are thwarted by his old friends and the things he‘s done.

A well-told story of redemption, forgiveness, and the difficulties of making the right choices.

LibrarianRyan I have been reading so many Letters about Lit for this book. Oh so many 3w
PurpleTulipGirl I‘m amazed by how much I‘ve thought about this book in the weeks since I read it. I‘m hoping to add it to the reading list for my church book group this fall. (edited) 3w
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TheDailyBook
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This book is amazing!!! I have been sucked into it from page one! I originally had to read this for school and I was still amped up for it because so love to read but this book is perfect for anyone transitioning into 6th,7th, or 8th. Korman uses the best descriptive language and is always ready to surprise you! I would have you read it immediately!

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Have you ever wanted a second chance at life? Chase gets one after a fall from his roof causes amnesia. Unfortunately, everyone else remembers him or at least how he was before. A great story with fabulous characters. It has the heart of a Korman novel but is a bit more serious.

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😎Genre: Fiction
Date started: Sept. 10th 2019
Date complete: Oct 15th 2019
How I chose this book: because once I started to read ungifted, he got me hooked on his books, and know when a new one comes out, I get it a read it immediately.
What its about: Chase Ambrose gets injured and has to learn about himself again. Know thats he is a goody two shoes, he will learn about how dark his past was with all his so called friends.

LibrarianRyan I LOVE his Swindle series. 5mo
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Great read! Young adult

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hdhubbard
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9/10 YA fiction is a good change of pace. Simple story with an interesting premise, this would be a fantastic jumping point for other short stories. Well written, charming without being smarmy and cynical.

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I read this to lead an empathy book club with adults with intellectual disabilities at my internship. Besides the fact that the book club has been a great experience, the book was pretty good too! Chase falls off the roof and gets amnesia. Once he tries to resume his normal life, he finds out that he was a bully. He has to decide what kind of person he is now. Great for making you think about empathy and how to treat others

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📚tagged
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🎶 All I want for Christmas is my 2 front Teeth
#manicmonday #emojimadness @JoScho

JoScho 🖤🤓🖤 12mo
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Karisa
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Compassion, change, and identity in school are all tackled here for preteens. Parts felt like listening to great episodes of my favorite podcast, Story Corps. It captured students' experiences from various viewpoints and a medal of honor recipient sharing his mixed feelings on war. It was great to see stereotypes of older people broken down a bit for this audience.

#Booked2019 (podcast) @BarbaraTheBibliophage @Cinfhen @4thhouseontheleft

Cinfhen Very interesting 🤓I‘m loving all these new podcast suggestions, too!!! 13mo
4thhouseontheleft My daughter just read this last week! She recommended it to me...it‘s added to a huge list of books she asks me to read. ☺️ 13mo
Karisa @4thhouseontheleft It's terrific! I think my sixth graders will connect with it too. 13mo
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Karisa @Cinfhen Story Corps is wonderful but makes me cry on the way to work every few weeks. Just people telling their stories in a conversation is so powerful. 13mo
Nebklvr @4thhouseontheleft That is awesome! Wish more parents would read recs from their kids. 4mo
Nebklvr @Karisa Hmmm...never thought about that. I listen to it on the way home so it doesnt matter if i am a blubbery mess. 4mo
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shadowsdogs
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It was fantastic! What would you do if you had amnesia and are learning about yourself?

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jenkes
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Good conversation starter for YA

rather_be_reading welcome to litsy 📚🎄📚 1y
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I really enjoyed this middle grade novel by Gordon Korman. I am going to do a book talk about it this week to recommend it to my 7th grade class. The main character, Chase, has an accident, wakes up with amnesia, and is unable to remember anything about himself. The book follows him as he comes to terms with what he learns about himself.

Daisey I liked this one, and I just finished another book by Korman that included amnesia as an important plot point. Interesting, I hadn't thought to connect the two until I saw your post. 1y
Melwilk @Daisey That one looks interesting. I put it on my “To Read” list. Thanks! 1y
Tamra My son (11) got this one because the premise is very interesting. I‘d like to read it with him! 1y
Melwilk @Tamra I hope you both like it as much as I did 😊 1y
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My eleven year old passed along Gordon Korman‘s Restart to me. What a great book! The protagonist, Chase, wakes up one day in the hospital, with no memory of his life. As he returns to school, he begins to learn about who he was and to consider whether that‘s who he still wants to be. The novel is a fabulous springboard to considering how our identities are created by the choices we make and whether we have the power to change.

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B00kNerd746
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Great book but very frustrating because you know chase is innocent but he‘s also not innocent in other ways

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Lmstraubie
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Thank you to @TheBookHippie @amie @Peddler410 @Daisey @Mdargusch and @Chelsibno for participating in this month's #mgbuddyread. As always the conversation was thoughtful and thought-provoking. You ROCK!

On a side note - I'm so sorry for spelling Chase's name wrong in all the prompts. 😖 I have a student named Chace who spells it the way I typed it. Oops!!! 😳

sblbooks I'm new to Listy sorry I missed this post. I really enjoyed this book. 13mo
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Amie I'm probably the only person who didn't really care for the book, but realistic fiction is one of my least favorite genres so it's probably just not the book for me. I found it really boring and ended up skipping a big chunk of it - which probably a lot of important stuff happened so I'm sure that affected my opinion too. I appreciated how Chase took responsibility even though he didn't remember his actions, but ⬇️ 2y
Amie I would have preferred a story where he changed due to a conscious realization that his actions were wrong rather than changing because of a head injury. 2y
TheBookHippie @amie I find in books where the bully changes on his own the kids reject the book entirely ...Blubber is still a favorite because the bully remains, nothing changes. I'm interested to see what my kiddos think of this one. 2y
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TheBookHippie Thanks for hosting these! It's good for me to get new books for bookclubs, Library and my personal use. I can't wait for kids I know to read this. 2y
Amie @TheBookHippie that's a good point - I'm probably not looking at it like a kid would. 2y
TheBookHippie @amie I'm at the point where they are: bullying really does not get handled ..so you get a little jaded 😭 I'm very interested to see what happens when this gets read. 2y
Peddler410 I really liked this story.....more so for the other characters and how they interacted with Chase. Again, I did not finish my reread, but @amie I think by the time Chase took responsibility in the end he did have some of those memories back. I'm still planning to finish reading this one with my daughter. 2y
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Question 11 #mgbuddyread

TheBookHippie I think so. Sometimes this would be good, sometimes bad and with Alzheimer's and traumatic brain injuries it's very very heartbreaking. 2y
Daisey I think it can be, but there are too many causes and variables to say it is. 2y
Peddler410 I do believe losing your memory does change your life. Regardless of the situation. Even when the change has positive elements, it would have to be heartbreaking to lose yourself. 2y
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Question 10 #mgbuddyread

TheBookHippie Him admitting he feels differently but doesn't know for sure IF he is, is the sign he's changed I think. 2y
Daisey @TheBookHippie I agree! He seems to admit that he knows he‘s going to have consciously work to be different, so he doesn‘t fall back into what he was. That seems important to me for there to be real change. 2y
Peddler410 I agree. I think I would like a companion novel. 2y
Lmstraubie @Peddler410 Interesting... would you want it to show more of Chase before or Chase after? 2y
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Question 9 #mgbuddyread

TheBookHippie Shoshanna..she was brave enough to change her own hatred. 2y
Peddler410 I would have to say Shoshana — after all Chase did to her brother, she found a way to forgive. That said, I think Chase was brave as well. I think recovering who he was and choosing to make things right is huge. (edited) 2y
Daisey I‘m going with Brendan. He had been physically bullied as well and took the first steps to get to know the new Chase. This even meant standing up to his own friends a few times to give Chase the benefit of the doubt. (edited) 2y
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Mdargusch I can‘t decide. I agree with all 3 of you @Peddler410 @TheBookHippie @Daisey 2y
Lmstraubie Each of the main characters was brave in their own way, but I would have to say Brendan. He gave Chase a chance, more than once, stood up to his own friends and stood up to Aaron and Bear. 2y
Peddler410 Since I did not finish my reread, I feel like I've forgotten more than I thought. I need to locate my copy so I can do justice with my answers. 😃 2y
Lmstraubie @Peddler410 No worries! Check in once you find it 😁 2y
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Question 8 #mgbuddyread

Chelsibno I think their relationship is amazing. Julius gives Chase a different type of male role model than he‘s used to (his dad). Julius was a war hero, who doesn‘t remember his heroic moment nor is he really proud of it. He‘s may be irritable, but he‘s straightforward & speaks his mind, & he obviously loved his wife when she was alive. In his stories, Chase sees the type of man he could someday be. Someone who is honest, though mischievous, and caring. 2y
Chelsibno Meanwhile, Chase gives Julius something to look forward to each day, something he‘s been sorely lacking since the death of his wife. He‘s never had children, so Chase becomes a sort of grandson to him. Someone he can tell stories to, laugh with, and simply connect with. 2y
Lmstraubie @Chelsibno I agree with your observations. I also think the relationship with Julius supports Chase in the new person he is becoming. 2y
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Question 7 #mgbuddyread

Peddler410 I like their relationship. Shoshana has every right to hate Chase but she comes to see Chase as a different person which allows her to find some forgiveness in her heart. 2y
Daisey I thought it was great and relatable in how she continued to doubt him for a long time but was willing to consider actions as evidence for a second chance. 2y
Lmstraubie I also think that she got so wrapped up in the project that she was able to see past how she originally viewed Chase. 2y
Chelsibno At first, I wasn‘t sure I would like their relationship. I think Korman developed it well throughout the story, making it more believable. Shoshana‘s initial hatred of Chase is warranted and her gradual acceptance of the new Chase, sprinkled with doubt at appropriate points, was great. @Lmstraubie, I also think that the project helped them to connect. It‘s difficult to dislike someone when you both are working on a project that you care about. 2y
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Question 6 #mgbuddyread

Peddler410 I would say it had to do with the dad. He took a boys-will-be-boys approach (as wrong as that is). 2y
TheBookHippie @Peddler410 I agree poor little girl 😭 2y
Mdargusch Just like the bullying at school - he was allowed to get away with it. 2y
Lmstraubie It bothered me that neither of the moms took a stance to stop the bullying. Helene was being terrorized by her brother and 3 adults allowed it to happen. 2y
Chelsibno I agree with @Peddler410. His dad took that awful stance of boys-will-be-boys, allowing Chase to get away with his bullying behavior toward Helene. Unfortunately, when one parent takes that stance, it‘s difficult for the other parent to crack down on troubling behavior. I think this might explain a lot of Chase‘s behavior. It‘s hard to discipline your child‘s troubling behavior when both parents aren‘t supporting each other or their viewpoints. 2y
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Question 5 #mgbuddyread

Daisey I think that in a way it‘s just who he is, but I also think he got a clear sign that things were different that first day at lunch. I also feel this character is so important because I‘ve seen kids try to make a new start and be held back by the people around them being unwilling to consider the possibility. 2y
Lmstraubie @daisey I agree. Brendan was able to let go of the past and appreciate the present. 2y
Peddler410 My thoughts exactly! 2y
Chelsibno Brenden seemed like a super accepting and friendly character who was always willing to give people second chances or the benefit of the doubt. We see this with Chase that first day and we see it with his interactions with Kimmy. 2y
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Question 4 #mgbuddyread

TheBookHippie A lot, he was reliving his "glory" days through him...I cringed reading some of his conversations ... 2y
Peddler410 Oh my gosh, everything! The son inherited the father‘s sports talent. They most likely bonded over that and hence, the son made choices he thought his father would respect. 2y
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Mdargusch Poor Chace definitely just wanted to bond with him through his sports before the accident. 2y
Lmstraubie He definitely encouraged the behavior as if it was almost a right because he was such a good athlete. 2y
Chelsibno I feel like his father had a huge influence on Chase‘s character. Chase had inherited his sports abilities and seemed to emulate a lot of the bullying behavior his father had. Many times it seemed like his father encouraged Chase‘s bullying behavior, even at the expense of his other children. 2y
Lmstraubie @Chelsibno He didn't seem to have much of a relationship with his older son. 2y
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Question 3 #mgbuddyread

TheBookHippie I think she was ashamed and embarrassed...probably hoping the incident would change him. I think that's why she didn't give him information that first day. 2y
Peddler410 To add to what @TheBookHippie said, I think she wanted to give her son the chance to figure out who he wants to be without knowing all the details of who he was before the accident. 2y
Daisey I think she was trying to give him a second chance to decide who he was, but I also think she could have given him more information once he started figuring out his past. 2y
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Mdargusch I just can‘t believe I would feel that way and not give me amnesiac child all the info they need. She should‘ve tried to intervene before his accident. @TheBookHippie @Peddler410 @Daisey 2y
TheBookHippie @Mdargusch I agree WHY didn't she intervene before he got to the point he was at? 2y
Chelsibno I definitely think she was ashamed of what a bully he was, which makes me wonder if she had done anything before the start of the story to change his behavior. Going into the book, I had this idea in my mind that she probably did try to curb his behaviors, but eventually gave up at some point because it didn‘t look like it was having any effect. I know some real life parents who have fallen into that dangerous slump. 2y
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Question 2 #mgbuddyread
That should say CHACE! UGH! Autocorrect!!!

TheBookHippie I see this on the daily...sports are so important as well as certain families ...makes me sick. Entitlement. 2y
Peddler410 Agreed, @TheBookHippie Sports always seem to be regarded so highly. I‘m glad my middle schools have strict grade and behavior expectations. However, some students slip right back into bad choices once their sport is over🤨 2y
Mdargusch So true. Football players are put on a pedestal for some reason. Maybe winning teams earn alumnae dollars so they let them get away with more? 2y
Lmstraubie As an educator myself the lack of action by the school was so unacceptable. The fact that these 3 were allowed to terrorize the school simply because they are successful athletes sickens me. 2y
Chelsibno I agree with everyone on the fact that the only reason those three characters got away with so much was because they were successful football players. It always makes me sick how often schools are willing to bend rules so that athletes can keep playing. It‘s a disservice to the school and community, and it‘s a disservice to the student. It makes them think that they can go through life getting away with anything. 2y
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Question 1 #mgbuddyread

TheBookHippie I think he thought he was being his dad repeating his glory years and trying to please him, full of himself inflated ego...allowed no boundaries .. 2y
Peddler410 Totally his dad! He was trying to impress his dad by following in his footsteps. @TheBookHippie 2y
Mdargusch His dad was definitely a bully in his own way. 2y
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Lmstraubie His behavior was definitely encouraged by his father, but I kept wondering why the mother didn't do something to discourage it. 2y
Chelsibno I agree that his dad was definitely a huge influence on his bullying ways. @Lmstraubie I wondered the same thing. I also think that having the friends he did didn‘t help matters at all either. When you surround yourself with jerks, it‘s easier to act like a jerk. 2y
Lmstraubie @Chelsibno It's like they were drawn to each other because they supported each other's lousy behavior. 2y
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Lmstraubie
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Good morning #mgbuddyread friends! It's time to start our discussion of Restart. I'm looking forward to a great discussion! Remember to tag anyone you are responding to. Here we go!

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Daisey
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This is my #readathon TBR stack, although I have to read lots of middle school science fair reports rather than enjoying all of these. However, I am finishing up Restart first this morning for the #MGBuddyRead discussion. I also plan to finish Marmee & Louisa on audio throughout the day.

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Join in the conversation tomorrow for our #mgbuddyread! A #middlegrade (mg) book is one geared towards readers 8-12 years old or those who enjoy reading this book type. Questions will be posted in the morning. Join in when you can!
@LitsyHappenings

Mdargusch I didn‘t get this one finished but I will be following along. 2y
Lmstraubie @Mdargusch Bummer! 😕 You can always add to the questions for the parts you read and add to the rest when you finish. Glad you'll be following along! 2y
TheBookHippie I'll chime in when I can today !!! 2y
Lmstraubie @TheBookHippie Looking forward to it! 2y
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Daisey
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Starting this book for the #MGBuddyRead during some silent reading time with my class today. I bought it for my class library because of the author without really reading the blurb, and after a couple of pages I'm intrigued!

#TeachersofLitsy #MiddleGrade #MsDsLibrary

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Lmstraubie
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It's not too late! There is still time to read this #middlgrade book and join us for the discussion on Saturday morning. #middlegrade is usually defined as books written for kids 8-12 (or those who still feel that way in their heads 😂). Join in the fun!
#mgbuddyread @LitsyHappenings

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341609634 I loved reading it it was so sad. Restart is about when a boy doesn‘t remember anything after he hit his head and then he has to learn all about his life all over again. 2y
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Chelsibno
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Just finished this great book for the #mgbuddyread. I‘ll post a more thorough review after Saturday.

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tjwill
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Started today for #mgbuddyread! Already read 1/3!

Lmstraubie Enjoy! 2y
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Can't save much. I need to save it for our #mgbuddyread discussion on Saturday, April 28th. Join us!

erzascarletbookgasm I can‘t join this month, don‘t have the book :( 2y
Lmstraubie @erzascarletbookgasm Booooo!!! Sorry you couldn't get a copy. How about the next one? 2y
Peddler410 I started a reread with my daughter at the beginning of the month. We were also reading Zorgamazoo at bedtime. Now that we are finished with Zorgamazoo I thought we would go back to this one —-she‘s not interested 😢 I think I will try again with her next year. I will still participate—I really really liked this book. 2y
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Suetara
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I‘m at a weekend camp with my youngest and her Junior Scout troop. We‘re going horseback riding this afternoon, which I have not done in 30 years-this should be interesting. But, I‘m thrilled to see that so many of the girls brought books. The tagged one is my daughter‘s. Others include: Wonder, 365 Days of Wonder, one of the Pegasus books, Haunting the Deep and The Wicked Deep.

Cinfhen That is heartwarming 💜 2y
Bourriquet76 His MacDonald Hall series was one of my favorites as a child. My son loves them too, along with his others. 2y
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Only a few pages in and am already hooked on this month's #mgbuddyread

Mdargusch I just started this. 🤞🏼 2y
Daisey Is the discussion the last week of the month? I need to make sure to put this book in the reading schedule. 2y
Lmstraubie @Daisey Yes! April 28th 2y
Lmstraubie @Mdargusch Hope you enjoy it! 2y
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Hi Littens! Join us for the next #mgbuddyread Saturday, April 28th when we'll be discussing Restart by Gordon Korman. Better yet - take a screenshot so you have the next 4 titles. Please consider reposting to spread the word! Happy Reading!
@LitsyHappenings

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Hey #mgbuddyread! Here's what's coming in the next few months. We'll be discussing Restart by Gordon Korman on Saturday, April 28th. Can't wait to chat with you all!
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Thanks to @merelybookish @Mdargusch @Peddler410 @amie & @erzascarletbookgasm for joining in our last discussion. 🙂📚
Looking forward to your insights @TheBookHippie 😁

Sassy_Steph Posted looks really good 2y
Lmstraubie @Sassy_Steph That discussion will probably be either May 26th or June 2nd because of Memorial Day weekend. Join us! 🙂 2y
SamHeartCoffee Hi! This is a silly question but what does the "mg" stand for in mgbuddyread? 2y
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Lmstraubie @SamHeartCoffee There are no silly questions! mg stands for middle grade - books usually geared towards 8-12 year olds and this of us who are still this age at heart 😉 2y
SamHeartCoffee Oh, nice! 👏🏻😁 2y
merelybookish Loved Gordon Korman when I was a kid! (He's been writing a long time!) Will be fun to read something by him now. 2y
Peddler410 I loved Restart and I‘m looking forward to a reread — this time with my daughter. 2y
tjwill I plan to read Restart and will be ready to discuss at the end of the month! 2y
Lmstraubie @merelybookish @Peddler410 @tjwill So glad you are looking forward to this! A great conversation awaits us. 2y
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Keeping in mind that it's 5.30pm December 30th where I am - and tomorrow I have to shop and bake for, and attend a NYE get together - can I fit one more book into 2017? It's YA and only 243 pages long. I reckon I can make it 😝

GrilledCheeseSamurai You. Can. Do. It! 🙌 2y
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CogsOfEncouragement
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The kids and I read this together. (Fifth and tenth grade.) We each give it 5 out of 5.
Korman has not let us down yet!
#BedtimeBookClub

britt_brooke Cool photo! 2y
Laura317 Korman is awesome! We love his books. 2y
CogsOfEncouragement @Laura317 Right? I‘m glad the kids and I can enjoy them together. 2y
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