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My Book Review Book title and author: A Year Down Yonder By: Richard Peck Title of review: This is a great book! Number of stars (1 to 5): 5 Introduction The plot of this story is held in mostly in Illinois, but it was also held in partly Chicago. The theme of the story is treat people good but don’t let people run over you. Description and summary of content This book is about a young girl, who lived with her parents in Chicago. Her parents were very poor so she had to move to Illinois to live with her grandmas, because they couldn’t afford to have her live with them in Chicago. She moved to Illinois when she was 15 years old. She wasn’t too fond of her grandmas at first, but she grew to love and care about her grandmas. Her grandma was the kind of person who cared about everyone but she wasn’t going to put up with anyone who caused her trouble. Evaluation I really liked this book. It makes you think of how you treat people. It makes you think if you treat people how you would want to be treated even if they are mean to you, you still treat them right. Conclusion This concludes my review of the book A Year Down yonder. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who wanted to read it. If you pay attention to what you read it can teach you a lot.