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The Tale of Despereaux: Book Reports & Reviews

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If you've written, or would like to write, a book report about The Tale of Despereaux by Kate DiCamillo, grab an adult who would be willing to post it for you, and please post it here (anonymously, please, though age and/or grade in school is always nice to know).  Club members love to read children's book reports!  Also, if you are not a child but would like to write something about the novel, such as a review, please feel free to share it with us here as well.
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