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Amphibian Free download Ï 109 ↠ Shortlisted for the 2010 Commonwealth Writers' Prize for Best First Book Canada and Caribbean region;Shortlisted for the 2010 Commonwe. What to say about this book It improved near the end but most of it just wasn’t enjoyable to read It reminded me somewhat of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night time or Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend but without the urgency of those plots and with a much annoying narrator Sorry Phin I know you’re a kid who is having a hard time but how did you even get to this dark place in your young life I try not to judge other parents but fictional ones are fair game right What was his mother doing while he was glued to the Green channel and its message of doom and gloom Doing right by Mother Earth is a wonderful thing but it was difficult to relate to this little boy and his intense ecoanxiety

Carla Gunn ¶ 9 Summary

Alth Writers' Prize for Best Firs. I LOVED LOVED LOVED this book A fabulous voice in the child narrator Although the blurb on the back compares it to The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime I wouldn't go so far as to say this child's uirky personality has to do with a disability I saw him as an extremely bright child with some anxiety and since I've got one of those in my life it was a delight to read his adventures trying to save the world Written for adults and probably most appreciated by them this book would also be great for teens

Free download µ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¶ Carla Gunn

AmphibianT Book Canada and Caribbean regio. I found this a hard book to read Might be because I saw a lot of myself especially my kid self in Phineas The way his brain was worried at night and couldn't sleep and all that stressed me outI still can't fall asleep half the time worrying about everything Then I got worried while reading due to all the animal facts That said the book was well written and I thought Gunn did a great job with the voice of an 11 year old narrator It was a moving story and I liked reading from his viewpoint especially trying to understand the actions of adults