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Newbery Medal Winners
Click to search this book in our catalog   The Whipping Boy
by Sid Fleischman

School Library Journal : Gr 2-3--In this adaptation of the opening chapters of Little Women, the four March sisters are disappointed that they are too poor to have their usual Christmas celebration. During the course of the story, they discover that giving is more gratifying than receiving as they focus on getting gifts for their mother and sharing their Christmas breakfast with a poor neighbor. Cheerful watercolor illustrations, done in predominantly pastel shades, and large print make the book accessible to readers about to make the transition into chapter books. However, it is doubtful whether modern readers will relate to the story's didactic message and preachy tone, and there is nothing here that will lead readers to the classic title.

Lisa Smith, Lindenhurst Memorial Library, NY Distributed by Syndetic Solutions Inc. Terms

School Library Journal : Gr 2-3--In this adaptation of the opening chapters of Little Women, the four March sisters are disappointed that they are too poor to have their usual Christmas celebration. During the course of the story, they discover that giving is more gratifying than receiving as they focus on getting gifts for their mother and sharing their Christmas breakfast with a poor neighbor. Cheerful watercolor illustrations, done in predominantly pastel shades, and large print make the book accessible to readers about to make the transition into chapter books. However, it is doubtful whether modern readers will relate to the story's didactic message and preachy tone, and there is nothing here that will lead readers to the classic title.

Lisa Smith, Lindenhurst Memorial Library, NY Distributed by Syndetic Solutions Inc. Terms

School Library Journal : Gr 2-3--In this adaptation of the opening chapters of Little Women, the four March sisters are disappointed that they are too poor to have their usual Christmas celebration. During the course of the story, they discover that giving is more gratifying than receiving as they focus on getting gifts for their mother and sharing their Christmas breakfast with a poor neighbor. Cheerful watercolor illustrations, done in predominantly pastel shades, and large print make the book accessible to readers about to make the transition into chapter books. However, it is doubtful whether modern readers will relate to the story's didactic message and preachy tone, and there is nothing here that will lead readers to the classic title.

Lisa Smith, Lindenhurst Memorial Library, NY Distributed by Syndetic Solutions Inc. Terms

School Library Journal : Gr 2-3--In this adaptation of the opening chapters of Little Women, the four March sisters are disappointed that they are too poor to have their usual Christmas celebration. During the course of the story, they discover that giving is more gratifying than receiving as they focus on getting gifts for their mother and sharing their Christmas breakfast with a poor neighbor. Cheerful watercolor illustrations, done in predominantly pastel shades, and large print make the book accessible to readers about to make the transition into chapter books. However, it is doubtful whether modern readers will relate to the story's didactic message and preachy tone, and there is nothing here that will lead readers to the classic title.

Lisa Smith, Lindenhurst Memorial Library, NY Distributed by Syndetic Solutions Inc. Terms

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Caldecott Medal Winners
Click to search this book in our catalog   Saint George and the Dragon
by Margaret Hodges

Publishers Weekly : This adaptation of The Faerie Queen features illustrations that ``glitter with color and mesmerizing details,'' said PW. Ages 4-8.

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