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I liked this book because
1. It didn’t have a namby-pamby ending. The kid screwed up, and he had to deal with the consequences.
2. It taught a fantastic lesson about how to say no when someone is urging you to do something you know is wrong.
3. It also taught a good lesson about admitting when you’re wrong and doing what you can to make amends even when you can’t fix the problem–rather than either denying the problem or wallowing in it.
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