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A Year Full of Stories: 52 classic stories from all around the world Hardcover – October 6, 2016
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Gr 2–5—McAllister's collection of stories are arranged to represent holidays and seasons throughout the calendar year. This volume is notable for its beautiful illustrations, many of which are a full page in size. Students will enjoy locating the tales on a calendar or arriving at their own treasured holiday. Whether the book is experienced in its entirety or specific selections are shared in isolation, many curriculum standards in geography, social studies, or literature can be met using entries from this compendium. The text can also serve well for read-alouds for younger audiences. A list of each of the celebratory dates is included. VERDICT Consider for libraries where fairy tales and folktales are in high demand.—Elizabeth Swartz, Warrior Run School District, PA
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* Also, it arrived much sooner than expected! Not sure if that will happen for others, but I was really happy to see it before Christmas!
The set-up of this book is wonderful as well. All 52 stories are broken up into 12 mini chapters and each story is short enough to read as a quick bedtime story. I also must say that I am impressed with how they coordinated the stories with events and holidays around the world so that you can read them when they are relevant. Plus, the fact that they are stories from so many different cultures is also a huge plus.
We just barely got this one and I plan on trying to read it as the year progresses like the book suggests so we haven’t read it all yet. I’ll probably be posting back here to let you know how I like it all when were done. However, the illustrations alone have me excited and my expectations are high. *I received this book in exchange for an honest opinion, which this is