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'A long Way from Chicago' is a book for ages 8 to 110. It was full of innocence that made the book sweet and funny at the same time. For instance, the time they snuck on to the sheriff's private land and saw him drunk with his friend. The grandma was the funniest character I have ever read about in a book. In the book, you realize what a crook she is (the pie contest) but you can't help but love her. Over all, this book is clean, funny, and captivating. It's a book you cna't help but love.