The power of your name. This is one of my favorite multiculture books. I love that the little girl realized the power of her name, no matter where it came from.Published 7 months ago by crazyoaks
Thank you for the great service, great book for our immigration unit. It gives another perspective of immigrants moving to another country.Published 12 months ago by Patrice Caryl
The book brought back memories of my grandmother who had told a story of her necklace that she let someone hold. That was the last time she ever saw it. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Barbara
A gentle study of a young child adapting to a new culture.
A relative said it was reminiscent of how she felt when she first came to America.
Book was purchased for a professor very good book to read to students who may be in you class from another country.Published 16 months ago by Daniela Gonzalez
I used this as a mentor text within a 2nd grade writing unit on personal narratives, along with several other texts on names including The Name Jar, My Name is Maria Isabel, and... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Joe, a 9-year-old
While this book is specifically about an immigrant's experience, it is really a great book for any child starting a new school who knows what it feels like to be an outsider. Read morePublished on September 25, 2010 by J. Madigan