Teen Book Review: Countdown by Deborah Wiles

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countdown.pngBenjamin returns with a review of the book Countdown by Deborah Wiles:

Countdown was a book about a girl named Franny who lives in 1962. Her dad's in the Air Force, her uncle is crazy, and Franny herself thinks she's invisible to her teacher, family and friends. She and her brother Drew also have to face the horror of the threat of the bomb being dropped on them any minute and losing their loved ones.

I would recommend this book to a friend because it's a novel that mentions real historical events with real photos from that time period.

Rating: Love it

Thanks Benjamin. 

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