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A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
Author: Betty Smith
ISBN: 58626
Pages: 430
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4.3 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Perennial Library
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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reviewed A Tree Grows in Brooklyn on + 43 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 11
I loved it!!!! The language really takes you back and make you feel like you're living in Brooklyn 100 years ago...she takes you into the lives and struggles of the characters and does an excellent job of creating emotional connections. I would definitely recommend this!
reviewed A Tree Grows in Brooklyn on + 95 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 6
A sweet book about a little girl who loves to do nothing more than read. Of course this has to be on my favorite books of all time. Every girl/ young woman should read this book. Highly recommended!!
reviewed A Tree Grows in Brooklyn on + 86 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 5
Simply put, a classic. One of my favorites and one I can read again and again.

That's what I like best about it - I remember the first time I read it as a young girl, scavenging through my older sister's book collection. When I read it a second time in high school, I picked up on so many different things, and again as a young adult. I was just thinking about this book the other day, and now I wanted to read it again, and I'm guessing this time I'll read it through the eyes of a mother who has, at times, been overworked and overwhelmed with life and family! :) You find yourself so invested in these characters - Francie, her mother, her father, brother... and their story is timeless.
reviewed A Tree Grows in Brooklyn on + 136 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 5
This has been around for sixty-six years and I have read it for the first time. I can't believe my ignorance of, truly, one of the great pieces of literature of the Twentieth Century.
reviewed A Tree Grows in Brooklyn on + 16 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 5
This book is a great read.I loved the main character Francie and if you enjoy reading books about a person growing up you will love this one.Her life is so believable it makes you believe that if you want something and you persevere it will work out in the end. *****5 stars
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