Kid reviews for Where the Watermelons Grow

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Book about mental illness in family is real yet reassuring.
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Teen, 13 years old Written byJustALittleWeird13 March 3, 2019

Easy Read But Still Great Book

The book it's self is very good. The fact is that there are not many books that focus on schizophrenia. But this book not only does that, but makes it's suitable for children and helps them understand what it is without confusing the reader. I would recomend to most people!

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Kid, 10 years old January 20, 2019

Emotional book

Kids will love this emotional and heartbreaking story.

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Kid, 12 years old December 15, 2018

AMAZING BOOK!!!

I read this book and (like the title says) it was AMAZING! Where the Watermelons Grow is a very deep and insightful novel written for middle schoolers. The author, Cindy Baldwin, has a VERY descriptive writing style. All of her characters have their own unique personality, which I think makes the book so much more interesting and vivid. Overall, Where the Watermelons Grow is a must read for a middle school student of any age. There is not a single bit I would change, which is very rare for me! I hope you will consider reading this novel!!!

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