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Echo Still

By: Tim Tibbitts

Contemporary Fiction

Fig’s dad is forcing him to have a bar mitzvah, and Coach may kick him off the soccer team because of a fight. Seventh grade is turning into a bad year. And then his grandmother moves in…

Ages: 10+

192 pages

Green Bean Books

Average Rating: (19 Ratings)

Submitted 10/8/2018 by FreeTime

I loved this book!

It's a good combination of soccer, religion, friends, and family

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Submitted 10/4/2018 by Frankie15

Thumbs up!

This book taught me more about Jewish holidays, rituals, and even food.

It was a great book!

Submitted 10/3/2018 by tiger8

I CAN RELATE TO THIS BOOK
Submitted 8/16/2018 by Pripples

I loved this book!

This book made me think more about the importance of family.

Submitted 8/8/2018 by Olechka

Submitted 8/8/2018 by Olechka

Submitted 8/4/2018 by CoolStripesDude

This book was just OK

This book is pretty boring at the beginning, but then in the middle you feel like it is actually going somewhere. I did not like this book very much. I felt like there were some parts that were supposed to be really suspenseful, but they actually weren't. Another reason that I did not like this book is because I am not very into sports, but I read it because I had read other books about sports like Understanding Buddy and it was okay. I did not finish this book, and I did not find the part that I read sad at all.

Sad and Adventurous
Submitted 6/5/2018 by Bookwormmartialartist

I loved this book!

This book made me think more about the importance of family.

This book had many twists and turns. Fig was an amazing athlete but was going through hard times at home. This story made me want to read more by Tim Tibbitts. I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes a mix of sadness and adventure.

Awesome!!
Submitted 6/1/2018 by MrMan

I loved this book!

This book made me think more about being Jewish.

Really good sport book

Great!!!!!
Submitted 4/10/2018 by Booklover2

I loved this book!

This book made me think more about being Jewish.

I couldn’t put it down until I had to

really awesome the only reason i did 4 stars not 5 was it was sad
Submitted 4/9/2018 by ybrown328

I would read more books by this author.

This book made me think more about being Jewish.

it was awesome but there were many times i could not relate to him at all because he was soooooo different to how i celebrate being different. also i don't think it would be good for a little kid. i also don't think any can relate to him, because his mom died and he was left with his Christian father still raising him Jewish but really it is a good book.

Wow... seariosly
Submitted 4/3/2018 by IMReader

Even though the book has a soccer ball on the front cover, it is not mainly about soccer. Even though I can't describe what it is mainly about. Though the book is categorized as contemporary fiction, I think it should be categorized "realistic fiction." I would never regret rating this book 4 stars.

Very meaningful and powerful
Submitted 4/3/2018 by outsidelover

I loved this book!

This book made me think more about the importance of family.

Very meaningful book, I like the way Fig fought through his emotions

Fig loves soccer but when his coach kicks him off the team for a while he realizes that it’s not just about soccer.
Submitted 4/2/2018 by AshWilton

I loved this book!

This book made me think more about the importance of family.

When Fig gets kicked off the team his GG comes to visit but not just to see them. She has medical tests but doesn’t mention it and looks like she’s having a great time. Fig doesn’t know it but his GG has cancer.

Perfect read for me!
Submitted 4/1/2018 by sydneyschwimmer

I loved this book!

This book made me think more about the importance of family.

I loved this book, Echo Still. It was funny and sad. PERFECT!

SO EMOTIONALLLLLL!!!!!!!
Submitted 3/21/2018 by sheebabear10

I liked this book.

This book made me think more about friendship.

I could not put this book down! LITTERALLY!!When I was in class we were lining up and I was rushing to read it because I could not miss any of the parts .If you were looking for a book that is emotional this would be the one

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Submitted 2/9/2018 by amyzlot

I loved this book!

I looooooooove this book.

AWESOME!!!!!!
Submitted 2/7/2018 by amonkeyd

I loved this book!

This book made me think more about being Jewish.

too good to be true

Can be enjoyed by all ages!
Submitted 1/31/2018 by NationalDT

"Echo Still" is the story of Fig, a normal, Jewish, 12-year-old 7th grader who loves to play soccer. He thinks his science teacher hates him and his dad is forcing him to go to Bar/Bat Mitzvah classes which he thinks are boring.
At the beginning, Fig’s character is portrayed as someone who is selfish and a showoff. However, I believe he changes when his grandmother comes to visit and when he goes to Tony’s house on Christmas instead of helping at the soup kitchen.
This novel is targeted towards young teens or tweens.
by Zoe, National Design Team

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Tim
Author of Echo Still

Tim Tibbitts wrote his first book in third grade as a present for his great-grandma’s 80th birthday. It was called Eight Little Men and was two chapters long. When he grew up he became an English teacher. Echo Still is his first published novel, and now Tim lives his dream of spending most of his time writing.

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