Book Reviews of Zazoo

Zazoo
Zazoo
Author: Richard Mosher
ISBN-13: 9780618439041
ISBN-10: 0618439048
Publication Date: 6/7/2004
Pages: 224
Reading Level: Young Adult
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Graphia
Book Type: Paperback
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A good read for older children and adults. A good study in growing up looking different than everyone else, being adopted, having a grandparent with dementia, and also of how WWII affected France even 50 years later. The detail of war crimes is probably a bit much for younger children; there is also a lot of time spent discussing breasts and puberty.

I had only one beef with the writing style; if there had not been French words sprinkled throughout, and if the secondary story had not been about the German occupation in France, I would have thought it was an American book. The poetry is in English, which means it wouldn't rhyme in French. All of the characters and conversations felt American to me.
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A good read for older children and adults. A good study in growing up looking different than everyone else, being adopted, having a grandparent with dementia, and also of how WWII affected France even 50 years later. The detail of war crimes is probably a bit much for younger children; there is also a lot of time spent discussing breasts and puberty.

I had only one beef with the writing style; if there had not been French words sprinkled throughout, and if the secondary story had not been about the German occupation in France, I would have thought it was an American book. The poetry is in English, which means it wouldn't rhyme in French. All of the characters and conversations felt American to me.
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A great, quick read!
reviewed Zazoo on + 386 more book reviews
A good read for older children and adults. A good study in growing up looking different than everyone else, being adopted, having a grandparent with dementia, and also of how WWII affected France even 50 years later. The detail of war crimes is probably a bit much for younger children; there is also a lot of time spent discussing breasts and puberty.

I had only one beef with the writing style; if there had not been French words sprinkled throughout, and if the secondary story had not been about the German occupation in France, I would have thought it was an American book. The poetry is in English, which means it wouldn't rhyme in French. All of the characters and conversations felt American to me.
reviewed Zazoo on + 386 more book reviews
A good read for older children and adults. A good study in growing up looking different than everyone else, being adopted, having a grandparent with dementia, and also of how WWII affected France even 50 years later. The detail of war crimes is probably a bit much for younger children; there is also a lot of time spent discussing breasts and puberty.

I had only one beef with the writing style; if there had not been French words sprinkled throughout, and if the secondary story had not been about the German occupation in France, I would have thought it was an American book. The poetry is in English, which means it wouldn't rhyme in French. All of the characters and conversations felt American to me.
reviewed Zazoo on + 386 more book reviews
A good read for older children and adults. A good study in growing up looking different than everyone else, being adopted, having a grandparent with dementia, and also of how WWII affected France even 50 years later. The detail of war crimes is probably a bit much for younger children; there is also a lot of time spent discussing breasts and puberty.

I had only one beef with the writing style; if there had not been French words sprinkled throughout, and if the secondary story had not been about the German occupation in France, I would have thought it was an American book. The poetry is in English, which means it wouldn't rhyme in French. All of the characters and conversations felt American to me.
reviewed Zazoo on + 386 more book reviews
A good read for older children and adults. A good study in growing up looking different than everyone else, being adopted, having a grandparent with dementia, and also of how WWII affected France even 50 years later. The detail of war crimes is probably a bit much for younger children; there is also a lot of time spent discussing breasts and puberty.

I had only one beef with the writing style; if there had not been French words sprinkled throughout, and if the secondary story had not been about the German occupation in France, I would have thought it was an American book. The poetry is in English, which means it wouldn't rhyme in French. All of the characters and conversations felt American to me.
reviewed Zazoo on + 386 more book reviews
A good read for older children and adults. A good study in growing up looking different than everyone else, being adopted, having a grandparent with dementia, and also of how WWII affected France even 50 years later. The detail of war crimes is probably a bit much for younger children; there is also a lot of time spent discussing breasts and puberty.

I had only one beef with the writing style; if there had not been French words sprinkled throughout, and if the secondary story had not been about the German occupation in France, I would have thought it was an American book. The poetry is in English, which means it wouldn't rhyme in French. All of the characters and conversations felt American to me.