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A Long Walk to Water

Nobody wants to be alone and everyone wants to feel safe and secure, especially children. So what happens when a young child/boy is suddenly separated from his family? 670 more words


Review: When My Name Was Keoko by Linda Sue Park

Sun-hee and her older brother Tae-yul are proud of their Korean heritage. Yet they live their lives under Japanese occupation. All students must read and write in Japanese and no one can fly the Korean flag.

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Review: A Single Shard

A Single Shard

Author: Linda Sue Park

Publisher: Dell Yearling, an imprint of Random House Children’s Books, 2001

Source: Public Library

Note: This selection is listed on the CT State Library Summer Reading list for Grades 5-6. 280 more words


Monday July 27th, 2015

It’s Monday! What are you reading?

I have been sharing a reading photo of the week each week. Now that it is summer, I am not surrounded every day with little readers so . 579 more words

It's Monday What Are You Reading?

Storm Warning (The 39 Clues - 9) by Linda Sue Park- (15 day @ Rs.50 | 30 day @ Rs.90)#an8

MRP:  Rs. 475

OFFER* : Rs. 380  (Shipping charge may apply)

15 Day Rental :  Rs. 50  –  Save Rs. 425  ( 89% 143 more words


Teach Your Children The Importance of Water! A Long Walk To Water by Linda Sue Park **Newbery Medal Winner**

Water, such a precious resource most of us take for granted. I wanted to teach my children the importance of this life-giving resource.  So I searched the internet for a wonderful book that I could read to all my children. 581 more words

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Book Review: The Kite Fighters By Linda Sue Park

Flying wind, fighting kites, floating line.

1473, in Seoul, Korea, two brothers are excited for the New Year kite celebration, which means kite fighting. Both have the passion, but each has different skills. 268 more words

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