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Love, Amalia (edition 2012)

by Alma Flor Ada, Gabriel M. Zubizarreta

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Title:Love, Amalia
Authors:Alma Flor Ada
Other authors:Gabriel M. Zubizarreta
Info:Atheneum Books for Young Readers (2012), Hardcover, 144 pages
Collections:Your library
Rating:**1/2
Tags:RICBA 2012, Amalia, Abuelita, Martha, friendship, moving, death, loss, grief, Mrs. Armas, memories, Tio Manuel, Julian, Lucia, Chicago, Mexico City, Costa Rica, family, Tio Patricio, Tia Graciela, Tia Amalia, love, cards

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RGG: A bit didatic and a bit more 5th grade than 6th grade, but heart-felt and emotional. A friend moving away and a grandparent's death are well portrayed. Reading Interest: 9-12.
  rgruberexcel | Apr 15, 2017 |
RGG: A bit didatic and a bit more 5th grade than 6th grade, but heart-felt and emotional. A friend moving away and a grandparent's death are well portrayed. Reading Interest: 9-12.
  rgruberexcel | Apr 15, 2017 |
RGG: A bit didatic and a bit more 5th grade than 6th grade, but heart-felt and emotional. A friend moving away and a grandparent's death are well portrayed. Reading Interest: 9-12.
  rgruberexcel | Apr 15, 2017 |
Martha, is Amalia best friend and will be moving far away. Amalia feels sad and mad. However, even if she feels life is unfair her grandmothers wise words make Amalia feel a lot better. Amalia enjoys spending time with her grandmother.Age Range: 8 - 12 years
Grade Level: 3 - 7
  RosaJuarez | Apr 5, 2017 |
RGG: A bit didatic and a bit more 5th grade than 6th grade, but heart-felt and emotional. A friend moving away and a grandparent's death are well portrayed. Reading Interest: 9-12.
  rgruberexcel | Apr 4, 2017 |
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Sixth-grader Amalia learns many important life-lessons while spending Friday afternoons with her beloved grandmother, and the teaching goes on even after Abuelita's sudden death as Amalia finds a way to connect with relatives and a friend who has moved away.… (more)

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