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by Marthe Jocelyn

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Genre: Contemporary Realistic
Media: Watercolor
Summary:This book tells us a story of a girl who is fond of dresses.She has tons of dresses in her closet. She is struggling that she does not know which dress to wear for her birthday. She puts all seven dresses on her. But it turned out to be really weird. Finally, she finds some clothes that is suitable for her.
Usage:I am not sure about this book. Because I can not see it is a bad book, or it is a good one for kids to read. This book is too plain and common. There is not anything that can capture my attention. So it may just be a good book for bedtime stories. ( )
  xye15 | Mar 3, 2016 |
Summary: Hannah found it difficult to decide which beautiful dresses she should wear. Finally she decided that she wore a different dress every day. However, on her birthday she could not decide which dress she should wear, so she wore all of her sever dress. Finally she gave up her dresses and wore black pants instead because she could not do anything with seven dresses.
Genre: Contemporary realistic fiction
Use: 1 Discuss with the whole class which dresses should Hannah wear and why; 2 Use this book to teach colors and numbers to little kids.
Media: Collage ( )
  CarolLuo | Feb 24, 2016 |
Hannah is a silly girl that likes to wear dresses Hannah wears a different dress every day of the week. I would use this book in Kindergarten to talk about the days of the week and the colors. I would us this book as a mentor text for ELL students. ( )
  magen.rauscher | Nov 25, 2015 |
Age: Primary/intermediate
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Review: Though Hannah may not be real, her situation is prevalent to many young girls. She has a common feeling of worry and anxiety, but through decision making, she is able to decide what to wear in every situation.
Media: Collage
  shellybjorklund | Mar 20, 2012 |
This book is a good example of a realistic fiction because the girl has to decide what dress to wear each day and she has a problem deciding. This happens in everyday life and people have the same problem. Age appropriate: primary. Media: mixed media. ( )
  sghods05 | Dec 18, 2008 |
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Hannah is a little girl with a big problem. She loves her dresses – so much so that she cannot decide what to wear. Her solution is inventive. She will assign one dress to each day. The problem seems to be solved until a special day – her birthday – rolls around. To save having to make a decision, Hannah piles on all her seven dresses! But how can you play games, or blow out candles, when you are swaddled in cloth?


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Hannah can never decide which of her beautiful dresses she should wear, and on her birthday she trys wearing them all at once.

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