Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life, by Wendy Mass

Posted by CathyP on Thursday, Sep 29, 2011 - 11:44 AM

Grades 5-8
As New York City kid Jeremy Fink approaches his all-important thirteenth birthday, he receives a box. Not just any box—one engraved with the words: “The meaning of life: for Jeremy Fink.” It needs four unique keys to open it, and it is gift from his dad. Yet his father died five years ago. The story of how Jeremy and his impulsive, funny friend Lizzy find the keys—and learn some big and little things about life along the way—is a fast-paced and surprising, yet introspective journey. Jeremy and Lizzy’s quirky yet caring friendship makes this unusual story a winner.

Lots of Wesporters had the opportunity to hear how the book was brought to the big screen when the author, the producer, and an actor from the film visited the Library on Friday, October 27, 2011 Read more >>

Grade8, Grade7, Grade6, Grade5


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