The Adventures of Freak the Mighty
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: June 30th 2004
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Books
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Read For School
, Realistic Fiction
, Middle Grade
, Coming Of Age
Series: Freak The Mighty (#1)
And then there was crying. I was seriously under prepared for my level of emotional involvement in this book even though it was very short. This will teach me to put off reading classic YA for years. This was worth it.
The book was much better than the movie.
Read this to my 6h/7th grade readers, and it really connected with them. Even the "cool kids who aren't into book learnin'" listened intently and were genuinely touched by the story of Max and Kevin. I, as a reader, was also really charmed by the simple narrative style, and straight forward story te...
I used to read this aloud each year to at least one of my middle school English or Reading classes. Each year, I cried as I read it. It's a powerfully moving and well-written story.
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