Format: Kindle Edition
Publish date: 2016-09-13
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
The relationship between the sisters was well done. There could have been some more about the Mexian culture - to seems to be confined to food and the Day of the Dead. Still it was a good story about confronting fear and death
This is a cute graphic novel by the same author who brought us Sisters, Smile, and Drama. The students in our Elementary school library love Telgemeier's books. This book brings up some serious issues including childhood cystic fibrosis, death, and fear. But the tone of the story isn't too serious...
Borrowed it from the library to read with Little One. Should've researched this one a bit more...https://readingwhilewhite.blogspot.com/2016/09/on-ghosts-and-magic-of-day-of-dead.htmlhttps://americanindiansinchildrensliterature.blogspot.com/2016/09/not-recommended-ghosts-by-raina.htmlhttps://booktos...
Moving is hard. Having a family member disabled by illness is hard. Middle school is the worst. Old California rubs up against the new, and rubs our protagonist the wrong way. I like how the lost language, food, and culture of second generation immigrants are being brought back into the life of the ...
This was cute and the imagery is very well done, its easy to see the emotions of the characters just from the drawings. I'm not sure I really liked the ghost element of this story, in fact I kind of wish it was just about a young girl with a sister that is sick moving to a new state and a new home. ...
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