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Ange the world for the better and to put that plan into actionThe idea that Trevor comes up with is so simple and so naïve that when others learn of it they are dismissive Even Trevor himself begins to doubt when his pay it forward plan seems to founder on a combination of bad luck and the worst of human natureIn the end Pay It Forward is the stor A disfigured lonely war veteran Social Studies teacher Reuben St Clair assigns an extra credit project to his class to change the world Most do nothing but one 13 year old student Trevor comes up with a concept to pay it forward Out of pure kindness he helps three needy people with the caveat that they repay his gift by each helping three people in need Meanwhile Trevor lives with his mother Arlene who has been abandoned by Trevor s father and is also lonely Trevor thinks his project is a failure when one of his beneficiaries goes to jail and another dies I liked it but it may be a bit too sweet sappy and predictable for some readers

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Pay It Forward

The story of how a boy who believed in the goodness of human nature set out to change the world Pay It Forward Pay It ePUB #192 is a wondrous and moving novel about Trevor McKinney a twelve year old boy in a small California town who accepts the challenge that his teacher gives his class a chance to earn extra credit by coming up with a plan to ch I was moved to read this book after hearing a couple of people at work raving about itI love the premise of the author s idea and how she goes about developing it within the story line It really is an excellent story What makes this story so engrossing to read is how the author piggy backs from one situation to another eventually bringing it full circle It s like watching a row of literary dominoes fall one on top of another with the fall of each subseuent domino influencing the trajectory of the next and all those behind itThe story also has very important and inspiring message one that it gets across without banging the book over your head and that is that indivudally we can facilitate change in society one person at a time We can create hope and a sense of purpose if we are willing to challenge outselves to see people for their potential as good human beings rather than just other people who happen to share our same geographic areasI also enjoyed the characters in this story who are all so amazingly different yet who all find within themselves the compassion to care that keeps the chain goingThis is an excellent book A book that inspires us to be than what we typically manage to be

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Y of seemingly ordinary people made extraordinary by the simple faith of a child In the tradition of the successful and inspirational television show Touched by an Angel and the phenomenally successful novel and film Forrest Gump Pay It Forward is a work of charm wit and remarkable inspiration a story of hope for today and for many tomorrows to com I am so happy to be a part of Catherine Ryan Hyde s read and review team in the UK I love her books and look forward to each one as she releases themThis story was different to some of the books she has written about as in style of writing I found it fascinating to read it from all angles and from Trevor s point of view as a child I think most reviews have expressed what the book is about and the extra challenge that was weaved in Trevor taking this seriously did a superb job to change the world I kept thinking out of the mouths of babes another cliche was from small acorns big trees growIts not often a book leaves me in tears The last 30 40 pages just made me cave in I was so reading between the tears in my eyesCatherine Ryan Hyde has such a uniue style about her there are a few authors that can do this They move you to tears passion hate fear emotions that you have they can bring out in you If an author can do this they are doing their work properly as life evokes emotions So should books I felt uite enpowered after I read this uite sad too I knew why it had to end this way there was no other way to do itThank you Catherine for another amazing read


10 thoughts on “Pay It Forward

  1. says:

    Not many books have actually made me crythis one didin the last few chaptersBittersweetI originally gave this book 4 stars but the I thought about it it really deserves 5 stars from mehere is why and what I took with me after reading this book1 The next time someone asks me how they can pay me backI will defintely tell them to pay i

  2. says:

    I saw the 2000 film adaptation of Pay It Forward in my health and human services class so I figured I should read the book and I can easily say that although the film was good the book was better by far The characters feel m

  3. says:

    I was moved to read this book after hearing a couple of people at work raving about itI love the premise of the author's

  4. says:

    If I hadn’t had anything else on my plate I would have read Catherine Ryan Hyde’s Pay It Forward straight through Even so I pushed

  5. says:

    I remembered this movie from the 90s and had a sappy feeling when I thought of it but still dove right in because usually if you enjoy a movie the book is infinitely better I found that to be the case hereThe entire premise of the book is a Social Studies extra credit assignment to think of a way to better the w

  6. says:

    A disfigured lonely war veteran Social Studies teacher Reuben St Clair assigns an extra credit project to his class to change the world Most do nothing but one 13 year old student Trevor comes up with a concept to pay it forward Out of pure kindness he helps three needy people with the caveat that they repay his gift by ea

  7. says:

    I am so happy to be a part of Catherine Ryan Hyde's read and review team in the UK I love her books and look forward to each one as she releases themThis story was different to some of the books she has written about as in style of w

  8. says:

    I definitely liked the ideas of this story than the delivery It's a really sweet novel that uestions human decency but from what I remember it

  9. says:

    In this exciting book a boy named Trevor gets a project from his Social Studies teacher to somehow change the world But Trevor to this project to a totally different level then his teacher Ruben expected Trevor d

  10. says:

    Wow How have I not read this book before now Great story great characters from a great author Loved it

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