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Book: Searching for David's Heart - A Christmas Story by Cherie Bennett

Book Reviews: Searching for David's Heart - A Christmas Story by Cherie Bennett

categories: Books, Children's Books, People & Places, Social Issues, Death & Dying, childrens books

Author: Cherie Bennett
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks

 Really Good

I think it is about how you should make something better about your problem not be all dramatic and make it worse. Sometimes you complain about things and you don't realize what you have and what happens to other people in life. So my opinion is to give this book a try and if you don't like it then find something else to read. [by kieara]

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 The Sadest Book and the Most Marvelous at the Same Time

My opinion about this book is that it talks about realistic stuff that happens throughout this world. I think that this book talks about that if you make a mistake you should fix it even if it is too late - there is always another chance to undo the things that you do. So read this book because you'll be amazed about the kinds of adventure that this girl gets into.

 A Lost Heart Found by Great Words...

This book has an amazing plot! The characters are also very well defined and their actions bring us more and more to the conclusion of how they act. For example, Dee-Dee's constant emotions of anger that she could not control and guiltiness she had with the situation may bring us the idea that she will probably have a meltdown now and then. Each chapter and/or scene is very interesting. Another thing I'd like to say is how much I admire David's relationship with her sister. By the way they supported each other was extraordinary because with any brothers or sisters they would constantly fight but David's relationship was definitely different. [by Estefania Torres]

 Tear Jerker!

Oh I just loved this book! I bought it because my sister bought this "Scholastic" thing from school and I had seen the movie in 2004. Get ready to cry a lot. I wanted to cry but I couldn't because I was in my sister's school with all her friends around but save this book for a rainy day, sit in your bed with the covers up to your neck and a gigantic box of tissues next to you. I would also recommend a freezing cold bowl of "Rocky Road" Ice cream next to you. (My favorite, it can be your favorite ice cream if you don't like "Rocky Road" which I think would be impossible!) Ha, Ha. Well I think Sam and David are both great characters.

David should have been a little more careful about giving that necklace to Darcy, you know the one the J-word had. I don't know what I would do if that would have happened to me, but she could have controlled just a little bit her emotions, just a little bit. In my opinion the J-word had it coming. I'd recommend this book with my eyes closed, it's a great and beautiful story. Oh and I recommend the movie too. Daniel Panabaker did an excellent job. And Ricky Ollman was great as Sam, the great "Samdini". Ha, Ha. I just love it I hope people appreciate this book as much as I did and do.

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