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Book Review: Planet Tad by Tim Carvell

Join Tad as he journeys from the 7th grade to the 8th grade in Tim Carvell’s quirky novel about a year in the life of an average middle schooler. Kidzworld reviews Planet Tad. Back to Article

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AngelBoy192
AngelBoy192 wrote:
2013-08-18 14:24:52 -0700

I litteraly gest finnished it! and it is awesome!

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Molly47426
Molly47426 wrote:
2012-07-25 18:01:24 -0700

I read it and loved it.

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Lil Miss Swaggerzz
Lil Miss Swaggerzz wrote:
2012-07-05 20:30:57 -0700

Haha planet tad is in my mad book

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