This book is a really good book. I give it 5 stars because it kept me turning pages and made me want to finish it. I would recommend this book to all little girls, everywhere.
Thank you, Ms. Telgemeier, for filling those empty places in my heart with your books.
What This Book is About: Catrina and her family are moving to the coast of Northern California because her little sister, Maya, is sick. Cat isn't happy about leaving her friends for Bahía de la Luna, but Maya has cystic fibrosis and will benefit from the cool, salty air that blows in from the sea. As the girls explore their new home, a neighbor lets them in on a secret: There are ghosts in Bahía de la Luna. Maya is determined to meet one, but Cat wants nothing to do with them. As the time of year when ghosts reunite with their loved ones approaches, Cat must figure out how to put aside her fears for her sister's sake -- and her own.
This is one of the great Anchor Group books I got for my birthday!
Thank you Lil Anchor Street Team! Thank you Ms. Pangan!
This book is about Erin. She likes to scream a lot. Especially when she gets mad all she does is scream.
I liked when she screamed for the corn and her family looked at her weird.
I didn’t like how surprised her family was when they found out why Erin always yells. They should have known. Mom laughed at me cause she said I do the same thing as Erin.
This book taught me that if I want something, I don’t have to yell for it, I can just ask politely , and just loud enough for someone to hear me. My mom said this is a very good lesson for me and hopefully I’ll teach it to my brother.
I give this book a 5
This book was about a lady who swallowed bugs and a lot of animals.
My favorite part was when she swallowed the cat. The cat looked like Monkey!
I didn’t like when she swallowed the horse. I don’t know how she swallowed all that stuff anyway.
This book taught me not to swallow a fly.
I give this book a 5 it was a fun rhyming story
This book was about Samuel and his family pulling a sprout.
My favorite part was when the potato popped out.
I didn’t like when he started to pull the weeds.
This book taught me that if I have to do something really hard that it’s okay to ask for help.
I give this book a 5
This book was about going into town.
My favorite part was when the lady said she was going into town.
I didn't like when the helicopter guy was going into town.
This book taught me that there are different ways to go places.
I give this book a 5
What Taea Thought: I like this story because Brooke reminds me of me. I'm scared of stuff too but Bree always helps me get over it like Destiny helped Brooke. Mommy.. I want to try Cheering so I can be like Brooke
What This Book is About: I like this story because Brooke reminds me of me. I'm scared of stuff too but Bree always helps me get over it like Destiny helped Brooke. Mommy.. I want to try Cheering so I can be like Brooke
What Taea Thought: I liked this one better than the first one. I want to go to Iceland one day to see the places in the stories.
What This Book is About: James’ second adventure begins with a footprint. He once again calls out to his Icelandic magical friends, Syvok and Matthias, to discover what it means. He will find Helga, the troll who left the footprint.
James follows Helga to Yamas, the troll village. Will they be left on a glacier or will they save the Guardian Troll from danger? Will Syvok and Matthias reach James in time to save him when the earth tremors?
What Taea Thought: I liked all of the story. Especially when James got to touch the moon. He's so lucky he got to meet a fairy and ride a dragon! I want to go to Iceland so I can meet Matthias and Syvok?
What This Book is About: "Here within lies a tale of a young boy named James, which takes place in a far away island nation of Iceland."
Travel along with James up the mountain, soaring through the air with his friends he meets along the way to reach the moon.
What Taea Thought: I liked the part where Lily got her hat. I liked how by being calm Savannah and Lily realized they were not useless, but able to help in different ways
What This Book is About: Easter Bunny in training, Lily, has lost her way. She is cute and feisty, and everyone in the town of Tulip adores her. While most bunnies are planning for Easter, Lily cannot see past her ears. On the other side of town, three little girls are preparing for the big day as well. One little girl in particular, Savannah, is not as excited as she usually is. While her sisters are painting eggs and preparing for the big egg hunt, Savannah is concerned that her attire is not as fancy as it should be. Join Lily and Savannah as they both learn that Easter is not just about looking perfect, but more about family and friendship. Travel on this journey and discover the magic.
First I'd like to explain a few things to you my loyal fans. I've wanted to read this story since I first about it on the Lil Anchor's facebook page. More importantly I wanted my six year old daughter to read this story. Children and Adults with Autism are often treated harshly, looked at strange. or made fun of. This is due in large to parents not teaching their children about the disorder. I'll admit myself I know very little about Autism but I teach my children to love everyone even if they're different. Now I'll let Gallataea, my Junior Reviewer give her opinions on this story
What Taea Thought: Ethan is kind of like me. I like to bounce around a lot too. And sometimes I have trouble staying still too. I don't understand why it's hard for Ethan to make friends. I'd be his friend if I knew him.
What This Book is About: A children's book written by eight year old Ethan Rice who happens to be autistic. In this fully illustrated book Ethan explains what autism means to him and why he feels so very blessed that God made him this way.