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Bamboo People by Mitali Perkins is an absolutely amazing book!
Both main characters have their own internal conflicts, some typical of adolescent youth the world over, which will make them quite relatable for young readers.
The characters were very vivid and very realistic, and the dialogue was pretty good.
At first I thought would be boring and a waste, but it turns out every as pest of this book is beautiful. I would recommend this book to mature 12+ and average 14+. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mike Najafi
As the author of a YA book about children caught in war, I was eager to see how Mitali Perkins treats the subject. In a word—brilliantly. Read morePublished 4 months ago by LeAnne Hardy
I teach English to Karenni children about the age of those in this book. They love having a book that reflects their experience.Published 4 months ago by B-B
I chose to read this book because one of the ethnic groups resettled from the country known as Burma--the Karenni--are now living and working in the small East Texas city where I... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Gwen P. Choate
The book was a great adventure. Not knowing what was going to happen next. This book was full of suspense.Published 6 months ago by robert tkoletz
I read this since it was on the 2013 Rebecca Caudill reading list for Illinois students. I thought it was an excellent book on a very strong list of Rebecca Caudill books this... Read morePublished 7 months ago by John from Chicago
My daughter is home and this book is one she needed to read and do a report on and It worked out great.Published 8 months ago by PAUL G. BEMESDERFER JR.
I purchased this book for my daughter school classes. I received the book on time and it was in very good condition.Published 10 months ago by Nicole