This is a really good book, but could've been better.
This is a really good book, as Jack Gantos writes obituaries on a typewriter, and Miss Volker tells her history of the people going dead in the town of Norvelt, Pennsylvania. There is mild violence, including a shooting with a rifle, and a mishap when a character is cooking her hands. There is also some mild language (damn, cheeze, cheeze-us, cheeze-us-crust), which one word the main character makes up to mock the swear word, Jesus Christ. Although it has a great story with great characters, this book could've been better.
This title contains:
Positive role models
Violence & scariness