Joe’s lived in the same town all his life, and was doing just fine until his best friends moved away and left him on his own.
Ravi’s family just moved to America from India, and he’s finding it pretty hard to figure out where he fits in.
Joe and Ravi don’t think they have anyt
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My granddaughter recommended this book to me and I am very pleased that she did. This book is a great learning experience for young people, especially school age children. We can all take a life lesson away from this story book and I would recommend that all readers add it to their ‘to be read list’. Easy reading, great teaching lesson, and the characters keep your interest at all times! Thank you to my granddaughter for recommending this lovely book to me.
Summary: Relatable school story with unusual points of view and clearly defined issues and characters. Give to fans of Fish In A Tree. I’m not surprised the authors collaorated on this project through TCRWP…. this book seems built for conferring points. More on that in a sec.
This book was made for teachin’ — on literary merits alone, this book is pretty ho-hum. The character shifts are brief and dramatic; the characterizations are somewhat unrealistic (for example, both main characters
This book had so many different emotions for me. I was angry with the teacher for not taking the time to pronounce Ravi’s name correctly. Furious with Dillion the bully who picked on both Ravi and Joe. Loved learning more about the perspective of Ravi’s family who moved here from India. Wish I would have known there was a dictionary in the back of the book earlier. Thrilled I will be adding this book to my classroom library to celebrate diversity.