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Lucky Jonah
by Richard Scrimger
Harper Collins Canada
4.5 stars
11 Reviews

With the help of a magic camera, can Jonah overcome his insecurities and learn to accept himself?


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5.0 stars

Wow! Amazing book! I’ve never read a book like this before. It’s a new type of adventure that gets you stuck into the book. When your mom calls you for dinner, you say,” Just a few more minutes mom! This book is really amazing!”And it really is to tell you the truth. I liked it the very start after I read the part when he changed into Magnus, his best friend. It’s so cool how you can enter someone else’s body and control them just with one click from a small camera. Sometimes Jonah gets into a lot of trouble turning into other people, but other times he learns some new facts he didn’t know about them.

Aug 09
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Jul 24
5.0 stars

The book is really good…It is kind of like a book I read before. Jonah turns into different people,and learns that he should aprreciate who he is already..

Jul 18
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