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text 2018-12-11 12:23
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Family is the most important thing in anybody’s life and sadly, it has been seen in so many houses that the parents get abandoned by their own children. This is by far the most heartless thing that a person can do to let their own parents suffer I their old age by themselves. If you feel that you are a burden on your own kids and you are concerned about how you going to spend your life alone by yourself then you can rely on your grandchildren. It is often seen that grandchildren share an adoring relation with their grandparents since their childhood. If you want to file a custody case for your grandparents then you can hire an erudite lawyer who will help you win the case.


How can one file a case for getting the custody of his grandchild?


First of all, it is important to prove that your children are not at all ready to take any of your responsibility and care. Also there can be a different as well like if the grandparent fit parent unfit to raise the children due to their health issue like addiction of drug or alcohol, or the parents abused or abandon children, thus, this shows the irresponsible behavior of the parents and give the grandparents the authority to file a charge to get the custody of children.


Which law firm one must go to?


If you are looking for a lawyer that can help you with the custody case and guide you about grandparents law and commandments that can be helpful to learn about for the case, then look no more and contact Greenville Family Law. It is a reliable firm that has the team of most amazingly talented lawyers that have years of experience in dealing with custody case. The lawyer provides their clients with the most comforting and friendly environment so that their clients can easily share their problem and the lawyers can find the best solution possible.


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review 2018-12-05 01:13
Heavy material in a light package
Sunny Side Up - Matthew Holm,Jennifer L. Holm

Sunny is looking forward to her awesome summer vacation going to the beach with her best friend...and then she gets sent off to stay with her grandfather at his retirement community in Florida. What Sunny views as a punishment is actually her family trying to shield her from her brother's trip to rehab. Sunny Side Up by Jennifer L. Holm and Matthew Holm looks at substance abuse from the viewpoint of a younger sibling which is rather refreshing and ultimately important when a child is trying to find books that relate to themselves. (I don't know anyone with a picture perfect childhood so it's a good idea if children's literature reflects that.) The references to substance abuse are rather oblique for the majority of the book so it's not heavy handed in the slightest. For the most part, we see Sunny acting pretty snotty as she comes to terms with the fact her summer is not going to be anything like she had planned but intermixed with that is a healthy dose of fear, anxiety, and shame. Remember she has no idea what has caused her family to send her away but she think she must have done something terribly wrong. (Also, her grandfather is the mack daddy of the retirement community and it's hilarious.) She does manage to make a friend of commensurate age though and the two of them develop a mutual interest in superheroes and comics. 


It's hard to say where the author lands in terms of keeping family secrets (they experienced something similar to Sunny in reality) but what the reader does see is Sunny learning about the difficulty of maintaining secret identities as she gets into reading comics. By the end, she is told what has happened with her brother and the reader (if they hadn't already figured it out) sees all the puzzle pieces fall into place. Because the reader is seeing everything through the eyes of Sunny the reading experience is quite different from some of the realistic fiction on this topic that I've read before. I think from that standpoint this is quite a unique and important book especially for children who have experienced this and are feeling quite alone and isolated. In fact, at the end they tacked on a bit about talking to someone if you know a family member is struggling with substance abuse. If you're creating a booklist for your students and you're looking for material that touches on substance abuse and/or family dynamics you could do a lot worse than picking Sunny Side Up. 8/10


The illustrations reminded me of Sunday newspaper comic strips. [Source: Scholastic]


What's Up Next: 5 Worlds Book 1: The Sand Warrior by Alexis & Mark Siegel and illustrations by Boya Sun & Matt Rockefeller


What I'm Currently Reading: Guns, Germs, and Steel by Jared Diamond

Source: readingfortheheckofit.blogspot.com
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review 2018-02-04 18:30
Chrysanthemum - Kevin Henkes

Chrysanthemum is such a relatable story for so many young readers! I remember being picked on when I was a child because my name was unusual. This book reminds children that although they are different, they should not be ashamed. Sweet Chrysanthemum perseveres, even when she faces a bully at school. This text would be great to use at the beginning of the school year, just as a reminder that being kind to classmates is the way to go. Because their is already a math activity included in the story, it would be easy to extend it into the classroom. Students can count the letters in their own names, just like they do in the story! Students can chart the results and compare their findings. The activity can be differentiated for advanced students and early finishers by allowing them to do the same with their last names.


Guided Reading - L

Lexile - 460L

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review 2018-02-02 02:44
The Napping House
The Napping House - Audrey Wood,Don Wood

The Napping House is one of my favorite stories! I love how the action in this story grows and grows. When reading this story with little people, I love to discuss how the perspective of the pictures changes as the story progresses. I think it would be especially fun to allow this book to accompany a pajama day. I would allow the students to retell the story and sequence the events using pre-made character cutouts.


DRA - 16

Lexile - NP

AR - 2.8

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review 2018-01-29 01:21
Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon
Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon - Patty Lovell,David Catrow

Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon is a delightful story of a unique young girl. Molly Lou has many unusual attributes, and she learns how to use them with the help of her grandmother. When Molly Lou encounters a bully, she knows just what to do. I would love to use this book at the beginning of the school year to help students raise their self-esteem and teach them how to cope with bullies. 


AR - 3.5

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