Over the Hedge by T Lewis and Michael Fry for June 30, 2020


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    michael jones  12 days ago

    if only…

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    hammytech  12 days ago

    Pass the conch…

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    EcurbYkspohs  11 days ago

    Verne give RJ one Twinkie for each chapter he reads ! How do we prove RJ read a chapter ?

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    EllisAmirRogersArcher  11 days ago

    Where’s the magic conch shell when you need it?

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    P51Strega  11 days ago

    It’s having to read books like Lord of the Flies that make people non-readers.

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    Purple People Eater  11 days ago

    I read all the time. For example, before I came here, I was reading One Big Happy, and after I’m fineshed here I’ll read Over the Hedge.

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    P51Strega  11 days ago

    It occurs to me, if they assigned 1-2 chapters in the various books that schools force kids to read, instead of the whole books, then let the kids decide if they want to keep reading, kids would find reading more enjoyable. .•°º(that’s the worst run-on sentence I’ve ever posted)

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    FassEddie  11 days ago

    “You wanna get mad, fine, but don’t throw things and mess up all this expensive crap we bought!“

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    david_42  11 days ago

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    Pohka  11 days ago

    Good book. Not as good as Animal Farm, Brave New World, or Anthem bu still good.

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    Bruce1253  11 days ago

    A lot of this could have been prevented if a certain large Orange Person would learn to read.

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    Bill The Nuke  11 days ago

    When I was forced to read Lord of the Flies as a kid I hated it. I should try it again now that I’m a bit older. I won’t go so far as to say more mature. ☺

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    rlaker22j  11 days ago

    Stephen King doesn’t know how to write endings

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    Stephen Gilberg  11 days ago

    Near as I can tell, the only commonality between the present conflict and LotF is people being stuck together. Reading the book would not have helped at all.

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    thelost wizard  11 days ago

    Maybe just the Cliff’s notes then.

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    KEA  11 days ago

    Reading involves effort. Thinking involves effort. 2 things 2 many of my students abhorred.

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