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Don't see how this is 4th grade reading level. Very tough and wordy. Would recommend for an older child.Published 3 days ago by Victoria Klein
Exciting true story of a immigrant 10 year old boy from Italy, sent by his Jewish mother who had him out of wedlock. She hoped to give him a better life by sending him to America. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David Lee
Good book, with a great lesson on survival that everyone can learn from.Published 1 month ago by Annie Lanzillotto author of L is for Lion
if you want to get your son to read - this is the book!! written from a child's point of view and voice. GREAT BOOK!!!Published 1 month ago by SueAnn82
This book provided a unique immigrant experience. Worth reading and offers great discussion points on immigration, morals, friendship and survival.Published 6 months ago by Megan J McMahon
In my opinion, there should be a new genre added to the list, called "street kids" or "homeless children". Read morePublished 9 months ago by robby charters
Pretty good, but has times when it's slow. It wasn't my favorite book, but I'm rating it as high as 4 because of the immense historical knowledge the author has... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Janey
This was a good book, I enjoyed reading it and liked the characters.Published 14 months ago by joann maio
The King of Mulberry Street by Donna Jo Napoli was a great read. Having a theme revolving around perseverance, will power, and sacrifice seemed very fascinating to me. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Berta Carrasco