Kids on Fire: A Student’s Review of Reviews Play, Louis, Play!: The True Story of a Boy and His Horn

January 31, 2013
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Allison’s Review:

This book is about Louis Armstrong when he was young and how he became a musician. It tells you about his life; family, friends and much more. In the book, Louis Armstrong gets in trouble and helps his family with his dream of getting a trumpet from the local music store. Every time he passes the store it is music to his ears when he sees the trumpet.

Educational Value:

This book was very educational because, it tells you about the life of somebody who follows their dream no matter what. It tells you about somebody who is poor and cannot afford a lot of food. It is educational because it is a real life matter that is happening right now. The moral of the story is to follow your dreams not matter what happens.

Entertainment Value:

I thought this book was not very entertaining. Although I did not think it was entertaining, it was interesting in a good way. It had lots of details and good information. It was not entertaining to me because, I thought it was boring and not enough stuff happened that was entertaining.

Teacher: Julie Treadwell

 

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