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A Single Pebble: A Story of the Silk Road

by Bonnie Christensen

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The theme of this book is connections between people. ( )
  kesteves | Sep 29, 2015 |
Richly detailed and beautifully illustrated historical fiction. ( )
  Sullywriter | May 22, 2015 |
A young girl sends a small pebble to go with her father on his travels along the Silk Road. The pebble gets passed on and eventually a boy finds it and the see one another from the end of the road.
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  hatease | Nov 29, 2014 |
This book was about the trade route of the Silk Road. A young girl is determined to get a pebble to the west. The young girl's father gets help from many others, some he does not ever meet, to get the pebble to the west. It is interesting because throughout the book the seasons are displayed. The author could have done this to show readers how long it took the pebble to finally get to the west. Displayed under the English words of the season is another word. I would check with students to see what the words mean. The end of the book has many useful resources for the readers. ( )
  jpons | Nov 19, 2014 |
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"In 9th century China, a little girl sends a small jade pebble to travel with her father along the Silk Road. The pebble passes from his hand all the way to the Republic of Venice, the end of the Silk Road, where a boy cherishes it and sees the value of this gift from a girl at the end of the road"--… (more)

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