Tell Me Who

Tell Me Who

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Want to know the name of your future spouse? Try tarot cards, Ouija boards, or . . . the Who-Meter! When Molly and her best friend, Tanna, discover an antique machine that reveals their future husbands, news spreads fast! Now every kid in their class is lining up for an appointment. Knowing the future is fun at fi rst, but when things get sticky, Molly wonders if the unknown is preferable to discovering too much too soon. This fast and fun novel is perfect for Valentine's Day and everyone who has ever wished for a glimpse into the future.show more

Product details

  • 9-12
  • Hardback | 224 pages
  • 149.86 x 182.88 x 27.94mm | 317.51g
  • Penguin Putnam Inc
  • E P Dutton & Co Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0525420878
  • 9780525420873
  • 1,483,298

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82 ratings
3.4 out of 5 stars
5 16% (13)
4 27% (22)
3 40% (33)
2 16% (13)
1 1% (1)

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Molly\'s dad is engaged to Phyllis. Molly refers to Phyllis as \"the claw\" because of her nails. Molly\'s mom died when she was young, and after her mother\'s death she and her dad became the best of friends. They spent so much time together, but now Phyllis is ruining everything and Molly hates her. One day, Molly and her best friend, Tanna, find a weird antique machine in the basement that belongs to \"the claw.\" When they turn it on, they discover that the machine tells you who you are going to marry. After several tests, they decide that it indeed does tell the truth. Molly is determined to change the outcome of the Who-Meter when it comes to her father. All Tanna wants to do is tell other people and charge them money to find out who they will end up marrying. But when an interesting thing happens, Molly and Tanna might start thinking differently about the machine. This book was really cute and also funny. Phyllis - \"the claw\" - seemed like such an awful person that it made sense that Molly wanted to find her dad somebody else to be with! There were a few parts of the book that were unexpected to me, which was a nice surprise. The ending was pretty good, as well. I\'d recommend this book to younger readers around age 12 or so. It seems like a book they might enjoy a lot.show more
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