March 19, 2013

Review: Scrawl by Mark Shulman

 Tod Munn is a bully. He's tough, but times are even tougher. The wimps have stopped coughing up their lunch money. The administration is cracking down. Then to make things worse, Tod and his friends get busted doing something bad. Something really bad.
 Lucky Tod must spend his daily detention in a hot, empty room with Mrs. Woodrow, a no-nonsense guidance counselor. He doesn't know why he's there, but she does. Tod's punishment: to scrawl his story in a beat-up notebook. He can be painfully funny and he can be brutally honest. But can Mrs. Woodrow help Tod stop playing the bad guy before he actually turns into one . . . for real?
 Read Tod's notebook for yourself.
 This was a very interesting read. It teaches you alot about teenagers. It shows that some people aren't as bad as they seem at first glance. Some events turn bad, but people's intentions and inner thoughts are good. I rate this book three and a half stars because of the message it inflicts.
Publisher-Roaring Brook Press
Reviewers Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by~Taylor
Thank you to the Publisher for the donation of this book to the Read for your Future book program in exchange for a honest review!

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