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mollywimmers1

mollywimmers1

Joined September 2019

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The Moon Over Star | Dianna Hutts Aston

“we are here now together, on the prettiest star in the heavens“

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The Moon Over Star | Dianna Hutts Aston
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my favorite part was when the grandpa finally came around and agreed how cool it was that people were walking on the moon. he told her she could do anything she wanted but to remember that where she is now is wonderful as well

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The Moon Over Star | Dianna Hutts Aston
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I absolutely adored this book. it ha such a great story and message of following your dreams but also being thankful for what you have everyday

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Mirandy and Brother Wind | Patricia McKissack

“them chillun' Is dancin with the wind“

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Mirandy and Brother Wind | Patricia McKissack
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I liked this book a lot. it was a story that I has never heard before so it was very fun to read. I also LOVED the illustrations they were so vibrant and beautiful

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Mirandy and Brother Wind | Patricia McKissack

my favorite part of this book was when she tired to capture brother wind in a bottle I thought it was very funny but also clever

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“little black samba I'm going to eat you up“

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I did like the repetition of the book and that was a fictional book with fantasy book element but also an African history book. I think kids would like this book and its layout

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Mehso-so

I kind of liked this book. I think the story was fun and kids would really like that imaginative elements like the animals wearing human clothes

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“everyone can be great“

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my favorite part was how they put martins actual quotes in places around the books. it made the book come to life in my opinion

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I really enjoyed this book. I loved the concept of the book starting with him as a child and showing how he grew into the incredible figure he is. I would defiantly choose this book as one to use if I was doing a lesson on Martin king

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Freedom in Congo Square | Carole Boston Weatherford

“Congo square was freedoms heart“

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Freedom in Congo Square | Carole Boston Weatherford
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my favorite thing about the book was that it was also a poem and had lots of rhyming and repetition.. the layout of the book in general was so great, I love the illustrations and the unique designs of the pages

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Freedom in Congo Square | Carole Boston Weatherford
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love, love, love. the book was written in a way that children could easily read and understand it. this topic can be hard to talk about but I think this book would be a great resource

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Peter's Chair | Ezra Jack Keats

“lets paint the little chair pink for susie“

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Peter's Chair | Ezra Jack Keats

I did like the way it ended where peter decided that it was okay to share with his sister and he asked if they could paint the chair pink

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Peter's Chair | Ezra Jack Keats
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eh I thought this book was okay. I think it would a good book to use with your child when they get a new sibling but I dont see it having much importance in a class room

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“sometimes when your surrounded by dirt your a better witness for whats beautiful“

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my favorite part was when he told his Nanna he wanted an ipod and she said why you have the real thing right here and the whole bus began to sing along

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this book is great. it has so many messages mushed into one book, I think it'd be a great book to do a lesson on. I love that the Nanna is so positive and makes every situtation into something good.

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“anything was possible“

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my favorite part was the repetition of people telling the woman no and them proving them wrong and being able to do it

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I loved this book. I love that it is a mix of woman being able to achieve great things and also race equality. I think this would be a great book for young girls and boys to read. it is inspiring

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Let the Children March | Monica Clark-Robinson

“we children led the way“

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Let the Children March | Monica Clark-Robinson

my favorite part was when they were all locked up In a jail cell way too small but they still did not give up they began to sing a song about equality

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Let the Children March | Monica Clark-Robinson
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this was a great book. I think the way it was worded and the illustrations make it a great book for children to learn about segregation

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“how far lord?“

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my favorite thing about the book was the words that were enlarged on each page as well in general the illustrations and layout

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this was a great book. the book was written so well and I loved how they switched from her prayers to a narrator. this is such an important story

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“I miss him very much“

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my favorite part was when we find out that the narrator is the mans grandson and he eventually goes and lives in the states

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Mehso-so

this book was interesting. I liked the sense of adventure and the illustrations but was not wowed by it

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Ox Cart Man | Donald Hall

“dropping feathers soft as clouds“

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Ox Cart Man | Donald Hall
Mehso-so

I liked this book. I think it told a dun story about what its like to live on a farm and how much work goes into it but I wasn't super impressed

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Ox Cart Man | Donald Hall

my favorite party was when you realize why the man sold everything and that they start over every winter

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The Gardener | David Small, Sarah Stewart

“IM COMING HOME“

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The Gardener | David Small, Sarah Stewart

I did like the theme of her trying to get the uncle to smile because I feel that it is so important to try and spread happiness

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The Gardener | David Small, Sarah Stewart
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eh this book was okay. I liked the format of the book with the letters it made it an interesting read but the storyline was just a bit confusing

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Henrys Freedom Box | Ellen & Kadir Nelson Levine

“welcome to Philadelphia“

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Henrys Freedom Box | Ellen & Kadir Nelson Levine
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my favorite part was when the two men flipped the box over to sit on it and the illustration was funny.

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Henrys Freedom Box | Ellen & Kadir Nelson Levine
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I loved this book, such a good story of history. I really liked the illustrationsand the way the story flowed

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Mirette on the High Wire | Emily Arnold McCully

“they were thinking only of the wire“

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Mirette on the High Wire | Emily Arnold McCully

my favorite part was the very end when Bellini got nervous so she went out on the high wire and they succeeded together

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Mirette on the High Wire | Emily Arnold McCully
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I enjoyed this book. it was cute and had a good message of following your dreams

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I Have a Dream | Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

“free at last, free at last, free at last“

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I Have a Dream | Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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this book was so cool. I think this book would make understanding Martin Luther way easier and they would enjoy it. the illustrations truly tell the story

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I Have a Dream | Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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my favorite part was the very last page were he says free at last and it has doves flying it Is just a beautiful representation

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“...is ready to dream, think and create again:“

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my favorite part of the book was the creativity of the layout and illustrations. there was not a single boring page and the images provided information as well