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I Will Never Get a Star on Mrs. Benson's Blackboard

by Jennifer K Mann

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This book is so heartwarming specially for kids, I read this to my son and he did relate a lot when it comes to his classroom feeling that he too doesn't get the starts he want but at the end of the story he was able to understand the moral of it and how one must give effort to deserve an award. This book is truly amazing with its graphical illustrations making every kid and parent enjoy the whole story and even pick up lessons along the way the story unfolds. Kuddos to Mann for for this great book, me and my son did enjoyed it a lot. ( )
  Maddison18 | May 28, 2016 |
This book is on the short list of my favorite read-aloud's this year. Engaging from start to finish; this book shows that everyone has their talents, they just aren't all the same. ( )
  cabaty | Oct 7, 2015 |
A cheerful, relatable story about a distracted, creative young girl who craves positive recognition from her teacher. ( )
  Sullywriter | May 22, 2015 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0763665142, Hardcover)

Rose’s teacher gives stars for spelling and neatness and giving the right answer, but Rose can’t manage to do any of those things right. Will she ever get a star from Mrs. Benson?

Rose is a distracted and creative soul. She does her best at school, but sometimes her mind wanders, and she answers the wrong question. Her reading voice is quiet, not strong and loud. And her desk?—?well, keeping her desk neat is a challenge. When it’s time to make thank-you cards for a class visitor, Rose’s art supplies turn her workspace?—and her?—?into a colorful mess. But her artistic skills shine through in the gorgeous oversize card she creates. Could she possibly get a star after all? A cheerful and empowering picture book for the child whose talents lie in unconventional areas, and those still searching for their strengths.

(retrieved from Amazon Fri, 03 Jul 2015 07:45:52 -0400)

"Rose is a distracted and creative soul. She does her best at school, but sometimes her mind wanders, and she answers the wrong question ... And her desk? Well, keeping her desk neat is a challenge. When it's time to make thank-you cards for a class visitor, Rose's art supplies turn her workspace--and her--into a colorful mess. But her artistic skills shine through in the gorgeous oversize card she creates. Could she possibly get a star after all?--Amazon.com.… (more)

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