I admire his courage and sense of adventure. In fear he was rational. When learning, he listened, used his knowledge and shared his knowledge. He accepted other creatures for who they were without hate.
Fredle was my favorite for his willingness to defy the status quo and seek knowledge on an adventure. He listened and learned. Then he shared and inspired others to get curious.
Ms. Carter captured the feeling of Fredle and the other characters. Her pacing was conversational and believable complete with appropriate pauses?
It made me listen and want to pick up where I left off again and again.
This may be a Newbery contender.
I have a book group of 3rd graders in the middle of intense reading and discussion. They more read the book. They delved into the story in deep reading, comparing, predicting, finding patterns, debating the characters' action. What more could I ask?
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