“Bud, Not Buddy”

April 28, 2014

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Another great book is “Bud, Not Buddy”. This is the story of a 10-year-old boy who lives in an orphanage during the Depression. He is in the orphanage because his mother died and he has no other relatives. He thinks he knows who his father is but is not sure. All he knows for certain is that he was a musician. When his mom died, he found posters and other items that must have belonged to his dad. They were very important to her, so they became important to Bud also. As Bud is sent to a foster home, we see how strong he is in dealing with negative events, and we learn how sincere he is in wanting to find his father. When he escapes from one place, it is easy for the reader to feel sorry for Bud’s situation. The story of Bud switches back and forth between funny and sad and scary and daring. Reading this book will certainly keep your interest!

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