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Ludovic itibaren Plaučiškiai, Litvanya itibaren Plaučiškiai, Litvanya

Okuyucu Ludovic itibaren Plaučiškiai, Litvanya

Ludovic itibaren Plaučiškiai, Litvanya

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Küçük balıklar büyük balıklardan uzaklaşır mı? Bu basit kavramları gösteren harika bir kitap ve birkaç kelime büyük bir yazı tipinde. Genç izleyiciler için ideal. Erken Okuryazarlık Becerileri: Öykü Becerileri Baskı Bilinci Baskı Motivasyon Kelime Bilgisi

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Büyük bir gizemi olan eğlenceli bir romantizm. Eleanor'un karakterinden zevk aldım ve kabuğundan çıkmasını izledim. Bu çok, çok sayıda bükülme ile bir Külkedisi hikayesiydi. İlk önce "Skandal" tekrar okuma tavsiye ederim ama bu kendi başına okuyabilir.

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I read this book to my children (ages 7 and 9) at bedtime for about a week. I enjoyed it more than they did, as some of the scenes were too intense for them. Although it was realistic that family members would disappear or die, that children would come across bears and cougars, that some grandmothers would be mean and horrible, that a girl might think her father hates her when he is just concerned over her safety in the wilderness, somehow it was too much in one book for them. It was an appropriate reading level for my daughter, but she never could have read this book on her own. I loved May Amelia's spunk. I loved her relationship with her closest brother Wilbert. I loved how she took care of her baby sibling. I loved how she took it upon herself to clean Lonny's house when it was clear that they needed help. There were some great messages in the book that my children missed because they were too scared. One thing that annoyed me was that commas were not used well in the writing. - Hush up Kaarlo. - You smell fine to me May. - I say Wilbert, this has been a bad day. I see there's now a sequel to this book. I think we'll wait a few years and read it when the kids are a bit older.

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Oskar Schell is an obsessed little guy who is trying to find the lock to the key his father had. Oskar's father died in the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Towers and through Oskars diligence and creative exploring he meets many people who deal with tragedy in their own way. This book uncovers a cross-section of America and the beauty of her 'open door' policy. Richly written, a little hard to follow, but an incredible journey.