Rex Zero

Rex Zero

The Great Pretender

Book - 2010 | First American edition
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In 1963, when his family moves across town to a new school district in Ottawa, Canada, twelve-year-old Rex conspires with best friends James, Kathy, and Buster to attend the school in his old neighborhood.
Publisher: New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2010
Edition: First American edition
ISBN: 9780374362607
0374362602
Branch Call Number: J FICTION WYNNE-JO
Characteristics: 212 pages ; 22 cm

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SandraLH
Aug 05, 2018

I am an adult reader, and I enjoy the Rex Zero books. This was also a fun, easy read depicting family dynamics within an interesting story of a boy’s struggle with constantly changing schools and having to make new friends because his family is frequently moving. He gets creative with this challenge while also dealing with a bully.

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Apples937
Dec 15, 2011

This book is a great book that has everything a great book needs: humor, suspense, mystery, and a kind of thing that pulls you right into it and makes it hard to drop because the pictures are so vivid in your head and makes it easier to visualize everything.

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