The Stars Beneath Our Feet

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This book is about a boy who is twelve years old. His name is Wallace, but he goes by Lolly. His older brother, Jermaine, was just shot dead recently. He is struggling with the truth of his brother not being with him anymore. It gets to a point where he becomes depressed. He does have one way of dealing with it, though. He constructs Lego buildings. He loves Legos. They take his mind off the things that he is pondering, and he just gets the feeling of accomplishment afterwards. He learns to deal with his depression until it finally goes away. After, he makes a new friend, and together they both help solve each other’s problems. The characters in this story were very lifelike, and it felt like these were real people. I think ages thirteen and up would be able to understand this book. I recommend that you read this book, and I cannot wait to read more books by this author. I say you should read this book if you like a good story with a heartwarming ending!

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Author David Barclay Moore
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 304 pages
Publisher Knopf Books for Young Readers
Publish Date 2017-Sep-19
ISBN 9781524701246
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Issue December 2017
Category Tweens


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