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Victoria M.
Two Summers | Aimee Friedman

Genre: Fiction

Date Started: November 14

Date Completed: November 17

How did you choose this book: I found it in the library when looking for something to read.

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IamIamIam
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Pickpick

A summer vacation with Aunt Claire in Maine and Rosalind on vacation with Anna in New Jersey forces Skye into OAP-dom, which she is terrified to uphold. A wonderful summer caper that ends with an even more wonderful surprise!! I loved this, even if Jane, who isn't my favorite Penderwick, has a big focus. Her melodrama was a bit much for me but I love everyone else so much that I can overlook it. ❤

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ILoveReading28
I'll Never Tell | Catherine McKenzie
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#thriller#suspense#family#drama#camp#summer

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BacklistReader
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Tonight‘s book is more of a winter one than a Christmas one but it‘s still good

Moe the Dog in Tropical Paradise

#christmasbooks #christmasreading #mowthedogintropicalparadise

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shannontevis

“March 20: From a snow-covered tree, a bird singing“ This quote describes a typical cold March day!

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shannontevis

Something I like about this book is the fact that it doesn't rhyme, I'd include this in my classroom to make children aware of this.

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shannontevis
Pickpick

“When Green Becomes Tomatoes: Poems for All Seasons“ by Julie Fogliano, 2016. Poetry book. This book is a definite pick. This poetry book includes a poem for almost every day of the year describing what the world looks like outside. By the end of the book, you have read about all four seasons. This book creates great sensory/visual images so kids can picture exactly what the book is describing.

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Niaaelizz

“When I was 10, one summer night, the baby stars that leapt among the trees like dimes of light.”

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Niaaelizz

This is a very cute book of poems! I would use it to teach about the seasons. I think it is very suitable for young children!

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Niaaelizz
Mehso-so

This poetry book highlights the season throughout the year. A lot of figurative language is used throughout the book. Collages of illustrations help to depict the seasons and how they change.