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I love this book. Definitely a worthy award winner! I hope parents & children will read it together.Published 21 hours ago by Ariel
After my husband died, this book came to my mind from my days as a 5th grade teacher. I ordered it, read it my self and passed it on to my grandchildren. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Esther C. Ball
Read this with my students. Endearing story about a young girl. Teaches about dealing with life's lessons .Published 1 month ago by Palma M. Hudson
This is the worst book I've ever read it made my daughter cry. Now all the time she asks if I'm going to diePublished 2 months ago by Erica
Cynthia Rylant is always good for the soul. In this luminous portrait of spontaneous generosity born out of small material means, we find joy, loss, renewal, and connection. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Emalie
I enjoyed reading this book. The author paints a vivid picture of the pain death brings to those left behind. Read morePublished 8 months ago by 1phillygirl
Summer lost her parents when she was very young, and had been passed around several relatives who didn't want her before she was finally adopted by her Aunt May and Uncle Ob. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Anna A. Stanford