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This is a beautiful story for both children and adults. It is a sweet reminder that we should not judge people until we have walked in their shoes. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Natalie M Gilmore
I had started this book thinking I'd buy it for my niece.
It is a beautiful and relevant book which deals with what it means to be a human being. Read more
I liked how they were alternating the chapters from person to person great great great great great great great bookPublished 12 months ago by awesome 101
It was a great book .
It was a very interesting book to read.
The book was about a girl from Kosovo who traveled to New York and met this girl named Maxie and then... Read more
This is one of the most touching books I have read. A great lesson about friendship, and what kind of people are your true and closest friends. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Miranda
It was very good. I loved the ending. Some times It was very emotional.it was just really really very goodPublished 19 months ago by Greg Hacobian
Excellent book! Great for teaching elementary students about culture, friendship and bullying! This book generated great classroom discussions. I would use it again.Published on June 24, 2013 by Holly
I'm looking for novels that depict immigration to the United States for a research project for my 4th grade students. Read morePublished on April 24, 2013 by Eric M Fogle
I am an ESOL teacher. This a great book for any teacher who has students from other countries. It is written in first person from Drita's point of view and Maxie's point of view. Read morePublished on May 22, 2011 by pokey