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Number the Stars
Number the Stars | Lois Lowry
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As the German troops begin their campaign to "relocate" all the Jews of Denmark, Annemarie Johansens family takes in Annemaries best friend, Ellen Rosen, and conceals her as part of the family.Through the eyes of ten-year-old Annemarie, we watch as the Danish Resistance smuggles almost the entire Jewish population of Denmark, nearly seven thousand people, across the sea to Sweden. The heroism of an entire nation reminds us that there was pride and human decency in the world even during a time of terror and war.Winner of the 1990 Newbery Medal.
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Cosmos_Moon
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Hot tea, healing, family and books 💚

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Kshakal
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I absolutely loved the book Number the Stars by Lois Lowry growing up and I reread it every couple of years!! #wintergames #teamnutcracker @Bookworm54

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Genre: Historical fiction
Date started: 11/15/19
Date finished: 11/19/19
Why this book: Received it as a gift
Summary: Annemarie and her best friend, Ellen often think about life before the war. However, their current life is filled with school, food shortages and the Nazi soldiers walking around town. The Jews in Denmark were being “relocated“ so to save Ellen's life, Annemarie's family decided to take her in as her own.

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William Wordsworth - an Italian sonnet. Paired with the first “star” book that came to mind. The sweet face on the cover shreds my heart every time

#star

#poetrymatters

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TheSpineView I remember read this poems years ago. It is just as beautiful as I remember. Thanks for sharing this one! ❤ 1mo
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This book meant so much to me as a kid. I read it and absorbed every word, my mind unable to fully grasp the horrors behind this time in history, but my heart aching for the struggles the characters faced. Such a wonderful book about a devastating part of history.

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OriginalCyn620 Sounds like a great book. 1mo
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taylorscalfaro
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“And they are beginning to realize that the world they live in is a place where the right thing is often hard, sometimes dangerous, and frequently unpopular.”

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taylorscalfaro
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I would use this in my future classroom because it gives an appropriate account of the Holocaust for young children. It is not scary or gruesome so young children would be able to enjoy it and understand the importance.

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taylorscalfaro
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This book was one of my favorite books I read this semester. It was a great example of Historical Fiction. The story is authentic and accurate to the events that were going on in its setting. It gives a historically realistic depiction of two girls finding out what the German Nazis were truly after. Also, the language of the narrative is appropriate to the time and draws accurate figures of speech from the setting.

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A beautiful read masterfully telling a difficult story appropriately for younger audiences. There is keen attention to a young child's perception of the events in the narrative & revelation of historical fact is well done. The depth of WWII exposure to is well-constructed as an introductory text while remaining correctly voiced, a difficult balance to make and deliver the message powerfully. This now ranks as a favorite middle grade level read.

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ErraticElle
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How have I not read this book before? It is beautifully written and so incredibly great at its ability to speak appropriately to the intended audience.

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The HF novel, Number the Stars by Lois Lowry, is a Newbery award winning piece of literature that would be great for grade 5. The story centers around a young girl named Annemarie Johansen and her contribution to the resistance movement in Denmark during WWII as she is faced with the knowledge that Nazis are beginning to “relocate” the Jews in her city. #UCFLAE3414F19

TristanPool This book would best be presented in a PR to encourage students to read independently and or collaboratively. UDL 7.3 and EL 2 can support a PR as students read together. 2mo
TristanPool https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/number-stars-d... is a wonderful resource to use in the classroom as teachers are provided with a vocabulary list and activity to present to students who may have trouble with comprehending the book in their groups. 2mo
katiehamlin This is such an important book to use in classrooms. I like how you involved this resource, it‘s something I think would benefit students greatly! 2mo
DrSpalding I like the idea of partner reading! If you provided guiding questions from your helpful resource, to the partners while they read, they could enhance their comprehension of the story. 1mo
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carlypabin
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“... it seemed like all the earlier times, the happy visits to the farm in the past with summer daylight extending beyond bedtime...”

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carlypabin
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An amazing book tackling a bleak spot in our history through the view of a young girl, making it easier for younger people know to understand. It deals with the Germans & racism but also Annemaries struggle to grow up & finding out about her sister & losing people she cared about. A fantastic, informational book

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Number the Stars by Lois Lowry (historical fiction, published 1989)is a story I remember reading in either high school or middle school. I love stories about WW2 and this book is very informative about what was happening at that time and how it affected people. But it is told through the lease of a you g girl, which makes it easier for younger audiences to relate to. It faces the problems faced during WW2 & Annemaries personal/ family problems

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Kshakal One of my favorite books when I was growing up!! 4mo
LibrarianRyan 👍 😁 Such a good book. 4mo
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I grew up on Anastasia, but I didn't know about this precious little book until it came up in courses I've been taking to teach reading. I wonder why it strikes me more positively than my last entry, 22 Britannia Road. It may be that I am the right age to feel a sentimental connection to a war my Grandpa served in. Either way this is very skilful storytelling, and I hope that younger children can read it and connect to this period ❤️

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Numbers is hardly real and they never have feelings
But you push too hard, even numbers got limits🎵

#mathematics
#redroseseptember
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Hollie I loved this book so much when I read it in grade school. I think I should reread it now with adult eyes. 4mo
arlenefinnigan That sounds really good (if tough) 4mo
gradcat Nice pick! 👍♥️ 4mo
Cinfhen I‘ve heard this is a powerful read for all ages 4mo
Eggs Lowry does it well 4mo
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Number The Stars, a HF novel written by Lois Lowry and a Newbery award winner, is a great book for LC! This book is equipped with a heart wrenching story that allows students to learn about the holocaust in a more immersive way. (Cont.) #ucflae3414su19

galacticbees (Cont.) UDL strategies 3.3 and 3.2 and ESOL strategy 32 would work best with this resource: http://brightonlibrary.info/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Number-The-Stars-Discussi...
This resource is a great tool to start a discussion between your students about this book. #ucflae3414su19
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Macker11 I really want to read this! I think I‘m going to go pick up a copy! I love the discussion questions along with the literature circle, what a great idea! 6mo
DrSpalding This is one of my all-time favorite historical fiction novels for students. You can learn so much about the historical events through the eyes of a fictitious child. Excellent choice and helpful resource. 6mo
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I woke up around 6 and couldn‘t get back to sleep, so I read the next book from my stack.

What an amazing book. The idea of bravery presented here is perfect, and the way so many people did their small, but so important, parts to save their friends and neighbors is incredible. I‘m in tears. I don‘t remember reading this as a child, though I‘ve had this copy for years so I must have. I won‘t forget it this time.

TheBookHippie My sons class saw the play this past school year and we read (I reread) this together. Such a powerful little book! 7mo
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1. Number the Stars and Island of the Blue Dolphin
2. Red
3. The Five and The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Both are on Netflix right now.
4. Fairies!!! I love fairies.
#FriyayIntro @howjessreads

ShyBookOwl Island of the blue dolphins is one of my favourite childhood books! I don't think I ever read it for school though 7mo
LokiDokey @ShyBookOwl I had to read it and number the stars in 6th grade. I bought them both for my daughter and they are some of her favorite books now. 7mo
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A beautiful and heartfelt story that is perfect for young readers to learn about the horrors that occurred during WWII while paying homage to the courageous role the Danish Resistance played in rescuing much of Denmark‘s Jewish population from being sent to Nazi concentration camps by secretly transporting them to Sweden where they were granted asylum. I read this as a child and it has stayed with me long since. Perfect for the young reader.

annahenke Loved this as a young girl. 8mo
Loric Me too @annahenke! I think I read this in fourth or fifth grade and it stayed with me all these years. Perfect for that age group as it isn‘t terribly graphic yet it‘s content was still quite impactful 8mo
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“Why are you running?”

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erincox
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I think this would be a good book for younger students to understand how hard those times were for some people. It might make it easier to explain such a hard topic to talk about to younger children.

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Historical Fiction
A story about Annemarie and her family who take in her best friend who is Jewish. This all takes place when the Nazis occupy Denmark. This story shows the struggles during this time.

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MGrace15
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Imagine what life would be like when you are ten years old in the middle of a war. Well for Annemarie in Number The Stars (HF) it‘s just that. Her and her family must escape to safety and out of harms way. This Newbury award winner is ideal for a CR so students can ask questions as they read along. UDL 4.1 Vary the methods for response and navigation.
#LAE3414SP19

MGrace15 EL Strategy 23 Structure advance organizers for consisting for new terminology that learners will encounter in the new lesson vocabulary to be reviewed. Scholastic provides a discussion guide for grades 3-5 here: https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/number-stars-d... 9mo
DrSpalding This book is often times used as a shared reading or literature circle in fifth grade. 9mo
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Number the Stars by Lois Lowry is such an amazing HF book and a great way to introduce history to students because it is told through the point of view of a 10 year old Jewish girl who goes undercover to live with her best friends family to protect her from the Nazis. This book won the Newbery Medal. This book highlights ESOL strategies 1, 2, 9, 16 and UDL principles 9.3 and 5.1.

karamank I think what is really amazing with this book is I instantly remembered reading it in school when I was 10 years old. This book really taught me about what the holocaust was truly like because it was told from a little girls perspective. I remember visualizing the story as the little girl told it because her emotions were so real. I felt as if I was there! 9mo
karamank Some great activities for this story are located here: https://www.rif.org/literacy-central/book/number-stars In my classroom, I would have many group discussions as we read the book as a class. I think it is very important students understand how the world once was compared to how it is today. I think it would be really interesting to hear their thoughts on this topic while reading the story. It would make a great SR. #lae3414sp19 (edited) 9mo
DrSpalding This was one of my favorites by this author. Excellent idea to use this for literature circles and I agree it would make a good shared reading so that you can discuss the many powerful aspects of this book. 9mo
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This biography novel won the John Newberry award. I would use this book for a literature circle to allow discussion between students. Anne-Marie Johansen is 10 years old and her best friend is Ellen Rosen. They live in Copenhagen in 1943 and their lives are filled to school, food shortages, and Nazi soldiers marching through town. When the Jews of Denmark are relocated, Ellen moves in with the Johansson‘s and pretends to be part of the family.

SofiaRoselli The lesson plan I found includes great objectives, discussion topics, literary devices, standards, and a story summary. I would use ESOL strategy 2, promote cooperation, by having the students get into groups for literature circles. The discussion topics from my website would help foster great discussion among students and help with their understanding of the book. 9mo
SofiaRoselli UDL strategy 8.3, foster collaboration and community, would also come from placing students in small literature circles.
https://fcit.usf.edu/holocaust/activity/35plan/number1.htm
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Lois Lowry “Number the Stars” (HF) is a Newberry Award winner book. This book is told through the eyes of a ten-year-old girl name Annemarie. Her family decides to hide her best friend Ellen and disguise her as part of the family. It is important for Annemarie and her family to do everything they can to keep Ellen hidden and safe. This book is based during World War II when the Danish were smuggling the Jews across to Sweden. #lae3414sp19

KAdudu I think this book would be great for LC in the classroom allowing students to read and share important events/details in the text. #lae3414sp19
The UDL principles that align is 3.1 activating and supplying background knowledge, and 3.3 guide information processing, visualization, and manipulation.
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KAdudu Also, use EL strategy 44; focus on thinking skills: predict, categorize, classify, observe and report, sequence, summarize.
Check out the resource I found to use with this book.
https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/number-stars-d...
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caldwellalex95 @KAdudu I included "Number the Stars" in one of my posts, as well! What a coincidence! This book can get emotional, but I believe everyone should read it at least once! I appreciate the lesson plan you linked, provided by Scholastic. I am always interested in the different types of lesson plans books offer. Awesome post, girl! 9mo
DrSpalding You have read fantastic novels. This is a really good choice for literature circles as you noted. Use this in fifth grade to complement social studies instruction. 9mo
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Lois Lowry's "Number the Stars" is a historical fiction (HF) novel suitable for readers that may be teenagers or young adults, due to its mature content about the Holocaust. "Number the Stars" could be used for a literature circle (LC), or during independent reading (IR) sessions. "Number the Stars" takes place during WWII as the Holocaust began occurring. As German troops begin to relocate all of the Jewish citizens of Denmark, a young girl

caldwellalex95 named Annemarie Johansen and her family take in Annemarie's best friend, Ellen Rosen, and pretend she is a part of the family. Readers discover how the Danish Resistance smuggle almost the entire Jewish population of Denmark across the sea to Sweden. Scholastic provides a KWL activity for students to complete, as theh fill in what they know about the Holocaust, what they think they know, and what they learned. "Number the Stars" provides a 9mo
caldwellalex95 wonderful opportunity for teachers to introduce the topic of WWII and the Holocaust to their students. This lesson plan was created for students in grade 6-8. It is incredibly crucial for students to gain an understanding of history, and what happened during WWII. "Number the Stars" will give insight to its readers, as it places a new perspective on what life was like during the invasion that took place overseas decades ago. This KWL activity 9mo
caldwellalex95 incorporates ESOL strategy #50 and UDL's comprehension strategy (3.4). "Number the Stars" is an eye-opening story that everyone should take the time to read. I have always been interested in reading stories about the Holocaust because it makes me appreciate my freedom and all that I have. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in the Holocaust, or somebody who is curious about learning what others had to do to survive the devastation. 9mo
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caldwellalex95 #LAE3414SP19 www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/holocaust-what-do-you-know/ 9mo
caldwellalex95 Also, "Number the Stars" has won the Newbery Award! 9mo
C.Austin @caldwellalex95 I remember reading this book in the fourth grade and it has stayed with me ever since! Great book! I believe this piece of literature should be in every teacher‘s classroom! 9mo
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Number the Stars by Lois Lowry (HF, Newbery, and IR) is a novel about a girl who realizes what is beginning to happen during World War II. This is definitely for upper elementary students, but I believe that all elementary schoolers should be exposed to this kind of literature. It is truly impactful. It encompasses UDL Principles 3.1: Activate or supply background knowledge and 9.2: Facilitate personal coping skills and strategies. #LAE3414sp19

gnewman This novel also incorporates ESOL Strategy 4: Link lesson topic to students' prior knowledge. In addition, Reading is Fundamental has some really amazing resources to go along with this book. The website is https://www.rif.org/literacy-central/book/number-stars 10mo
kennedimartin This looks like a great HF book to read with kids when discussion WWII. The resources you linked look great, thanks for sharing! 10mo
WoodsKatie I also did a different Lawrey book and they are so intense and wonderful all at once. Using this in addition to a history lesson would make it more interesting than a textbook. Great find, great post! (edited) 9mo
DrSpalding Reading is fundamental is an excellent resource. You have utilized high quality resources. 9mo
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“She fell asleep, and it was a sleep as thin as the night clouds, dotted with dreams that came and went like the stars.”

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I read this when I was younger and I loved it. Stories that are uncommon fascinate me, and I think this will be great for any child that wants more information about the Holocaust without being overwhelmed.

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This is a really good introduction to the Holocaust. My mom uses this in her fifth grade classroom as a lighter way to talk about the topic with the horrific details. The plot is really interesting and unique as well.

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I think is the book that jump started my love of historical fiction! #childhoodfavorite #springintoreading @vkois88 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks ❤️❤️ 10mo
Mdargusch I can‘t believe that I have never read this. I think I need to. 10mo
LokiDokey I love this book. When my daughter was around 10 or so, I gave her my copy. Now it's one of her favorites. 😍 10mo
vkois88 We read this in school, but I don't remember it too well. It may be time for a re read 10mo
annahenke Such a great book. 10mo
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This HF novel is a Newbery award winner written by Lois Lowry. Told from the point of view of a young girl, readers will experience the hardships of growing up in the time during the Holocaust. This book could be used for a PR or book club to encourage students to read independently and build community. This lesson (http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/book-clubs-readin...) explains this idea well.

kkimmelman UDL 3.1 and ESOL 4 would tie in nicely together during this PR so students can understand the history of the Holocaust while reading from the point of view of a child during this time. #LAE3414sp19 10mo
DrSpalding I love the idea of partner reading this particular book. You could obviously use the author study presentation shared today as well as your RWT quality resource. 10mo
MGrace15 This is one of the many books written about the Holocaust which makes it so good! I remember reading it in middle school and really enjoyed it. 9mo
Edenmonet I remember reading this book in middle school and really liking it. I feel it‘s so important for students to read about difficult times in history, such as the Holocaust. This book could be read around the time of a history unit on WW2. 9mo
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Completed #reread for the #bookclub I help facilitate. Still love it as much as the first time I read it!

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This was a quick listen. I enjoyed that it had some accuracy to it, and it was explained at the end.

Born.A.Reader I adore this book. 😍 12mo
BeckyandBooks @Born.A.Reader I wasn‘t sure what to expect, but ended up getting pleasantly surprised. 12mo
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I loved this book and a child and I love it today!! #i‘llalwayslovethisbook #anewchapter @vkois88 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

SageLaruta I absolutely adore Lois Lowry, haven't read this yet but it is on the list! 12mo
vkois88 I vaguely remember reading this in school and getting all the feels. I need to keep an eye out for a copy for a reread 12mo
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Thank you so much @IamIamIam for doing this wonderful #26kgiveaway and congrats on the milestone!!

Number the Stars changed my life! It became my favorite reread and it is one of the many reasons I studied history in college. I could go on and on about how much I love and adore this book.

IamIamIam Thanks!!! I've actually not read this and I feel like I deserve a slap on the wrist for it. 😖 Good luck!!! 13mo
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Surpassed my #readingchallenge by 26 books. #In2019 I think I‘ll set my goal for 90.

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"That's all that brave means—not thinking about the dangers. Just thinking about what you must do."

For years, I saw this book in stores but I never picked it up. Thanks @RadicalReader for recommending it! ?

RadicalReader @nu-bibliophile hope you enjoy it one of my favorites of Lois Lowry 13mo
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We are reading this book in class and it‘s amazing! Definitely worth reading!

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My daughter read this book for school and I decided to listen to it too as it was available from my library. I‘ve read quite a bit about WWII but did not know anything about the Danish resistance movement and their heroic effort to evacuate Jewish residents to safety in Sweden. My daughter loved this book as well and liked discussing it with me in our own mini book club. It was a great read that was compelling for us both!

violabrain I loved this book as a child! 1y
Ncostell @violabrain I can definitely see why it‘s so well loved by many! 1y
callielafleur One of my favorites, and it holds up so well. 1y
Ncostell @callielafleur I think it stands the test of time by appealing to readers of different ages. 1y
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Day 8 of #agameoffavorites My author today is Lois Lowry. She has won the Newberry Award twice! For The Giver and Number the Stars, which is one of my all time favorite books! There is just something about it that makes me feel like I am there in the story feeling what the characters are feeling. It takes place during the Holocaust and it shows the power of love and friendship!

@ErinSueG @WhiskeyMistress

keys_on_fire I feel like (without looking it up) she‘s also won several Newbery Honor Medals as well. Can‘t wait to read The Giver. It‘s on my list for August! 1y
LibrarianRyan @keys_on_fire she has. And she‘s amazing in person. 1y
AsYouWish @keys_on_fire Oh yes, she has won lots of awards from what I found! 1y
Blueberry I love Lois Lowry. 1y
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