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We named our daughter Harper because of this book. I wish I could give 4.5 stars I reserve 5 stars for books I want on my bookshelf and would read again and again This book, while not quite that, is riveting I wish it had been around when I was an adolescent. Because my parents are religious, they have said some things about reading certain books from time to time but it usually had been in a passing note probably because they already have read the books before and enjoyed it hehe and they let me decide for myself if I should keep this book a part of my memory or just put it in the trash part of my brain But what Harper s parents does to t I ts been fun to mine the newest literature for tweens and teens, under the guise of pre reading for my young son This book was published long after my teen years I enjoyed its portrayal of the out there wing of the evangelical church, banning books they think might cause people to think or question It s a poor faith that can t stand up to Judy Blume and books on natural history The main character, a compulsive and enthusiastic reader, is believable, although she does sometimes have insigh I ts been fun to mine the newest literature for tweens and teens, under the guise of pre reading for my young son This book was There are quite a few books about books or reading or the power of words , but I liked the angle this one took what if you grow up in a religious family that thinks many books are dirty and even fights them In the end, it wasn t so much about the books which made me go a little meh but a story about growing up and having to choose between your family and your books your freedom of thought It was a nice read but considering the topic, I expected it to begripping, deeper, someth There are quite a few books about books or reading or the power of words , but I liked the angle this one took what if you grow up in a religious family that thinks many books are dirty and even fights them In the end, it wasn t so much about the books which made me go a little meh but a story about growing up and having to choose I need a sequel and I need it now.This book also scares me.But it s also super short.And beautiful.Loved the main character and gRAY I need a Gray in my life so bad Hated the parents and all the people like I was supposed to.So glad I |Download Book ☨ Memoirs of a Bookbat ⚕ Harper Jessup Is An Avid Reader, And When Her Parents Become Migrants For God She Must Keep Her Books Secret As Harper Grows Older And Realizes How Valuable Reading Is To Her, She Comes To Understand That Her Parents Radical Efforts In Favor Of Educational Censorship Are Related To A Quest For Control Within Their Own Family And So Harper Finds She Must Make The Hardest Choice Of All Sure To Be Controversial, Prepare For A Stimulating Conversation The New Advocate If you have Harriet The Spy on your all time favorite book list, you should have this on there, too I m not comparing the two other than the age and sex of the protagonist, the books are completely different but rather, my reaction to them I read Harriet over and over, re read as an adult, and would still be reading it now if I hadn t practically memorized the whole thingIf I d come upon Bookbat at the same age, 10 or so, I d have done the same might still And it might have induced m If you have Harriet The Spy on your all time favorite book list, you should have this on there, too I m not comparing the two other than the age and sex of the protagonist, the books are completely different but rather, my reaction to them I read Harriet over and over, re read as Harper Jessup moves a lot after her father loses his job and then her parents start fighting In order to bring this under control they join a church and gradually become convinced that the church s truth should be everyone s Harper, an avid reader, finds that her favourite activity is inappropriate or at least her choice of books is As her little sister, Weesie, becomesandaccepting of her parent s direct The overall point of the story was great, and there were some really interesting points here, but I feel like there was too much room for improvement I imagine it is difficult to portray certain thought patterns