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Steven Lenton hails from Cheshire where he spent many a school holiday working in the family Pom-pom Factory, packing poms and designing new products. Other than that I think Millions was well written, and the characters were portrayed in different interesting lights.

I did also like the relationship between the boys and their father because it showed how family is one of the most important, if not the most, important aspects in a person’s life. Although this book isn't something I would usually read, I did enjoy it and found it funny yet heart warming.The next day they try and find where the saints and the poor live, but before they can get to the house where the saints live they see a saint walking past them so they gave him some money from the bag. Damian is obsessed with saints and builds himself a little hermitage to live in down by the railroad tracks. Damian, on the other hand, feels the “weight” of the money on his shoulders, and constantly looks for needy people and good causes whom he can help out.

Then there are problems other than the money, like Dorothy, whom the boys are convinced aims to replace their mother, whose death aches still. Because the story is told from the sweetly naive perspective of Damian, it is filled with many silly but poignant observations. Damian and his brother, Anthony, have recently lost their mother, and their father is doing all that he can to raise them well. It seems that they’re at loggerheads over this too, with Damian convinced that the saints need thanking for their intervention in his life.Yesterday a parent came over to tell me how impressed she was by the book fair and that you did a fabulous job of selling the books to the children first. Then a big bag of money falls off a train and as he and his brother struggle to spend it wisely and hide it from their Dad the book unfolds. K. switches to the Euro while still keeping the fact that they have so much money a secret from their father and eventually from thieves who stole the money in the first place.

This is a noteworthy book with a truly deep and emotional side to it that perfectly combines fun, adventure, and humor into the sensitive issues.When he prays for guidance and a giant bag of money falls out of the sky, he figures God has sent it. They would also only drop off a case of books and leave us to run it – it was so lovely to have you on hand to chat to the children and recommend them books, as well as the small (but appreciated! You guys are such a force for good and I am a passionate supporter of Indie booksellers, so I'm so happy this worked out well (I'd love to know how many books were sold if you have it to hand - it felt like quite a lot! The boys’ are scared she is going to replace their mom when Dorothy makes lasagna from scratch just like their mom used to and they don’t want a new mom.

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