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The Biggest Poutine in the World
by Andrée Poulin
ANNICK PRESS
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Thomas sets out to make the biggest poutine in the world in hopes of bringing his mother back.

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5.0 stars

I’ve always wanted to break a world record. This book is about a boy who wants make the world’s biggest poutine, but he’s doing it so he can find his mother so it’s a bit sad. He meets some interesting people and makes new friends though. I like the way the book describes how they plan to make the poutine.

Jun 12
5.0 stars

Very good book!It was about a boy that wanted see his mother so to to break the world record so his mom would notice…

Aug 11
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this book has bad words but maybe this book is for 10 to 18

Aug 03
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