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  • lisa - I'm not sure this book has a mood.

    Sofia has a troubling past and abandonment issues after her abusive mother is put into an asylum and her emotionally distant father becomes distant physically. Sofia is being raised by friends of the family, the saving grace of which is Ben, their son and Sofia's crush.

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    These earbuds sound great! While trying them for the first time, my husband and son were talking to me and I could see their lips moving but no sound. It was great! :) They are a little big and stick out from your ear, but the sound quality makes up for it. I haven't had any issues with the music cutting in and out like others. It connects to my iPhone 6 without any issues.

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    Kids and adults are greatly reminded by this book about how we should be careful labeling things and re-examining how quickly we call things small or big and that many things and issues are relative. Loved this book. Being a petite person I grew up with many other people around my size so I was never called "small" but when I started meeting slightly taller and much taller people I was suddenly being reminded how smaller I was by comparison which was irksome. I try to remind slightly taller folks that but I suppose they get enough hard times from taller people. This book reminds me that we can all get along.

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