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by Kate Brian

eBook Lucky T (Turtleback School  Library Binding Edition) download ISBN: 1417792809
Author: Kate Brian
Publisher: Turtleback Books (March 27, 2007)
Language: English
ePub: 1520 kb
Fb2: 1843 kb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: mobi azw rtf lit
Category: Teenager
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

School & Library Binding: 256 pages. Publisher: Turtleback Books (February 1, 2004). Lucky is a story that describes how cruel people can be. The author tells us how he thinks we should deal with such cruelty. This is a young adult novel that shows us love has no labels.

School & Library Binding: 256 pages.

For use in schools and libraries only. When fifteen-year-old Reed Brennan wins a scholarship to Easton Academy. The binding is strong and text clean, very lightly read, if at all. We ship daily.

Library Binding: 400 pages. Beth, the book's damsel in distress, two thumbs up for this woman, she races Ben on her own, helps her grandmother and teaches in their local school

Library Binding: 400 pages. Beth, the book's damsel in distress, two thumbs up for this woman, she races Ben on her own, helps her grandmother and teaches in their local school. While bullied, in a way, by her ex-husband, she's strong enough to fight for the man she loves. School & Library Binding: 32 pages

For use in schools and libraries only. Sam must decide how to spend the lucky money he's received for Chinese New Year. School & Library Binding: 32 pages. As an elementary school teacher, I love this book and I always try to read this to my students around the Chinese New Year. It is a wonderful story of a boy who receives a special monetary gift for the holiday. As he shops around, he learns a valuable lesson and gives of himself in an unselfish way to help a stranger in need.

Library Binding: 224 pages. This book is loved by so many kids I know. This series are great fun for kids

Library Binding: 224 pages. This series are great fun for kids. They are funny and creative and keep kids reading. Few homeowners will ever need another wiring book.

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School & Library Binding published 2000-02-01 by Turtleback. School & Library Binding published February 2000

School & Library Binding published 2000-02-01 by Turtleback. School & Library Binding published February 2000.

Turtleback binding is a highly durable alternative to a hardcover or paperback book

Turtleback binding is a highly durable alternative to a hardcover or paperback book.

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY.
Comments: (7)
Bele
Have you ever cleaned your room/closet and decided to donate your excess clothes to charity? Maybe it was a mother-ordered mandate to get rid of the clutter? Whatever the reason or inspiration, did you ever give away something you didn't really mean to give? What would you do to get it back?

Carrie's mother does just that. She gives Carrie's favorite T-shirt to the Help India foundation. Unfortunately, the T-shirt is not just a T-shirt. It was given to Carrie by her father, and she superstitiously believes it is the reason for every success in her young life. She must get it back.

Since the T-shirt is traveling to India, Carrie makes arrangements to travel there, too. Carrie arrives at the Help India headquarters to find herself bunking with several roommates in a hostel. The roommates are horrible, and India is nothing like she expected. She is assigned to the group building homes in Calcutta. Needless to say, Carrie seriously lacks building trade skills. From dropping a hammer on her flip-flop-exposed big toe to dropping a boxful of nails in wet concrete, Carrie is not very popular at the building site.

Much to her relief, Carrie meets Dee, who tells her about his work at the Calcutta Children's Shelter. When she's offered a chance to start volunteering there, she decides anything is better than her current situation. Her work with children is the beginning of a new understanding for Carrie. Maybe the T-shirt isn't that important after all.

When I started LUCKY T, I was frustrated with the whining of main character Carrie. As the storyline began to unfold, though, it gained depth and purpose, and everything fell into place. Kate Brian gives readers a chance to watch the growth of Carrie and what her experience teaches her about exactly what things/people are important in life.

Reviewed by: Sally Kruger, aka "Readingjunky"
Gann
Lucky T was simply amazing. Carrie was an amazing young lady in school who everybody wanted to be like she had the hottest boyfriend, she was the only sophomore on the Varsity basketball team and she had the perfect figure.

What I liked most about this book would most defiantly have to be when she discovers everything she thought she had because of her Lucky T was actually all her the shirt just gave her confidence to do what she wanted.

What I didn't like to much about this book was when she got out of the shower and couldn't find her Lucky T. Because I know we all have at least lost something very special and felt very hurt inside, I just didn't like when that happened to her.

My favorite character in this book is without a doubt Carrie she brought a lot of life into the story and she was just like perfect it, well in my opinion.

A scene in the story that really meant something to me was "Deena and her mother have no place to go, no income, she needs clothes". That meant a lot to me because it made me think about what all I have and what other people don't

This book sets apart from any other book that I have read because it really had me thinking about my life. I even felt a tear down my cheek when I read this book. Because we have things that other people would have never dreamed about having and we take it for granite and never think about what we really have.

If someone was to ask me about this book I would have to say. You should really read this book it was have you thinking about your life. Very good book!!!!

One of the questions I have after reading this book. Well not that Carrie realizes that it wasn't the "Lucky T". What is she going think about the rest of her? Is she going to be able to do everything without hr lucky t? That's what I would like to know.

My strongest reason for recommending this book is because after you read this book you will never look at your life the same way. You will have more thanks for the things you have and realize things that have never crossed you mind before. This was without a doubt one of the greatest books I have ever read.
Spilberg
Are you in the market for a great book? Well, go no further because the book you have been waiting for is here and it's called Lucky T by Kate Brian. It offers romance, comedy, and adventure for young adults and up. It starts with a girl called Carrie whose parents are divorced. A lucky tee given from one of her dad's world trips makes her get whatever she wants, even the cutest boy in middle school. Once she gives it accidentally to a charity in India, will she get it back, or will she be doomed with bad luck? It is all at suspense until you read it for yourself. Good luck containing all that emotion while reading, it can be very heart breaking and gorgeous at different times. If you love romance books and adventures around the world, then this is the book for you.