April 20th, 2010 by You(th)
Submitted by Hahaha me, Age 11 from Maine
Zzz. Another boring read aloud. Zzz. Another non-fiction. Zzz. That’s what I thought when I first heard of Marshfield Dreams. Who cares about Ralph Fletcher as a kid? I had never even heard of him! But Marshfield Dreams ended up being interesting and funny.
It’s a book about the memories that Ralph Fletcher had as a kid — writing his first story, playing Statues. Meeting Michele, and making the perfect friend he only spent one day with. Marshfield Dreams is short, funny and interesting. But don’t blame me if this review doesn’t catch you; I read it in September!