What Is The Theme Of 'The Island Of Dr. Libris'?

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“The Island of Dr. Libris” is about a boy named Billy and his friend Walter He . Billy is looking around His mom’s rental cabin He ,reads a book and the characters are heard on the island. Than, Billy goes to the island and the characters are there. Soon Billy makes friends with a boy that lives in the neighborhood by him, they end up having to save the entire island and each other. Also it is 235 pages long.

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