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Flowers for Algernon Book Review

If you haven't read it for school yet, you will. Here's the scoop on what makes Flowers for Algernon an award-winning classic. Back to Article

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Hawksong - Read It or Not?

  • I'll definitely read Hawksong. I love Amelia's books.
  • I might read it, if I find the time.
  • I'm not going to read it.
  • I'll read it after I finish Harry Potter.

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