Speechless

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Speechless

Jennifer Mook-Sang

4 thoughts on “Speechless”

  1. joe is a very interesting character, How can he be so kind but soooo dumb! if he were to go to my school he would be appreciated for all the community work he does. I think the fact he doen’t like public attention is part of his artistic skill. How do YOU say NO to stop a bully?

  2. speechless is awesome and creative, I think it can relate to a lot of us such as TUSC of speech club. I like it because its outlines a lot of stuff like bulling, I would rate this 5 out of 5 stars because it showed how to deal with certain people or things.

  3. Speechless is that type of book that teaches you about bullying. It also teaches you a lesson that you don’t win everything, especially if it’s an ultimate prize that you really want to win. In the book, Jelly was being bullied because he wanted to join the competition to win the ultimate prize. But, Jelly managed to ignore the bullies with the help of his friends. One thing everyone knows about Jelly is that he hates the spotlight. Again, Jelly managed to pull it off. But, Jelly didn’t win the prize the bully did because she pulled off a great speech that Jelly was going to do. Of course, Jelly was sad and mad but he thought it was worth a try. I hope you read this book because it’s really a great book to read. I rate this book a 9/10.

  4. Have you ever read Speechless?
    Well I have and Speechless by Jennifer Mook-Sang this book is about a boy that just wants to play video games with his friend(P.B).Then theres a big contest for the Puplic School Annual Speech Compettion that invoulves a really good prize.Some of the students from his school are participating and are desperate to win,but who will really win the contest.Thats why you need to read this book,to find out what happens.When you read this book I hope u enjoy this book when u read it and tell other people to read it too.

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