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  • Paperback
  • 91 pages
  • Masks (Wild at Heart, #11)
  • Laurie Halse Anderson
  • English
  • 05 November 2018
  • 1584855312

About the Author: Laurie Halse Anderson

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10 thoughts on “Masks (Wild at Heart, #11)

  1. says:

    Sunita loves animals Her and her friends assist at a local veterinary practice But her own cat has become injured, and she s been asked to volunteer at a lab that does animal experiments Can she reconcile her love for animals with what happens when they are harmed Unusual book in that it takes its subject matter seriously, and ends on a bit of a down note While Sunita learns she can t be a party to harming animals, it s not a one sided screed against animal research The veterinary parts of Sunita loves animals Her and her friends assist at a local veterinary practice But her own cat has become injured, and she s been asked to volunteer at a lab that does animal experiments Can she reconcile her love for animals with what happens when they are harmed Unusual book in that it takes its subject matter seriously, and ends on a bit of a down note While Sunita learns she can t be a party to harming animals, it s not a one sided screed against animal research The veterinary parts of the book are well done.However, as the other reviewer notes, the book is unrealistic Sunita looks like a twelve or thirteen year old, albeit a bright one it would be rare for her to be able to volunteer in an normal vet, let alone intern in a research facility When her cat Mittens becomes sick, he spends a very long time under care, which would be too expensive for most people to afford If you can overlook these things, it s a fine book with a smart, Indian American heroine

  2. says:

    When Sunita helps with her own cat s surgery, she questions her ability to work with animals I do question who would let a child work in a research lab That part of the book doesn t seem very plausible.

  3. says:

    See the first book in the series for a full review.

  4. says:

    This was a great book It was better than Time to Fly, but not as good as Trapped.

  5. says:

    Good story Laurie, never stop writing these beautiful, touching books

  6. says:

    Great Book

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