Kids On Fire: 5th Grader Reviews The Emotionally Charged Umbrella Summer

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  • eBook Title: Umbrella Summer
  • Author’s Name: Lisa Graff
  • Kindle Price: $4.74* As of 11.7.2012
  • Kids Corner @ Kindle Nation Daily Student Reviewer: Emma S.
  • Student Reviewer’s Grade: 5th Grade

Emma’s Review:

A young girl named Annie wasn’t much of a worrier until her older brother Jared passed away from a heart defect. She no longer raced her friends down hills or swam in the lake or EVEN HAVE FUN. What happened to Jared was such a quick and scary moment she thought people she loved could die right now or even her so she made a will. Everyone worried about little Annie writing a will at such a young age. She soon gets a new neighbor on her street that gave her the help she needed.

Educational Value: This book is educational because it can teach people and kids to come to their senses when someone passes away, even if you miss them really bad. It’s best to think about the good things in life. Also never forget to have fun even if they’re gone, I know they are looking down at you smiling.

Entertainment Value: This book is entertaining because it’s very interesting. It elaborates to make you interested even if you weren’t at first. This book also pulls you in at the start. I know you will love this book.

Teacher Name: Julie Treadwell

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