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Publisher's Summary

Jeremy Michael Myers was my friend. We walked home from school together. Then one day, everything changed, and I had to decide if Jeremy was still my friend.

©2009 Rita Hestand (P)2016 Rita Hestand

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This is a great story with a good moral at the end. Well read Ray!

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Sad but touching story

What did you like best about this story?

It helps to show that people often have hidden reasons for doing things that may seem odd.

What about Ray Greenley’s performance did you like?

Ray has a pleasant speaking voice and helped bring this story to life.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, it is only 12 minutes so it was very easy to listen in one sitting.

Any additional comments?

This is a good story to help kids understand why other kids do things that may seem "weird" and how it can help that person to be a good friend to them anyway.

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Touching

Would you listen to The Red Jacket again? Why?

Yes, it is a short but meaningful story, well written and well read.

What did you like best about this story?

The realness and accessibility of the the characters.

Which scene was your favorite?

Running towards the train..

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Sometimes the obvious does not tell the whole story.

Any additional comments?

A great listen.