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What If The Zebras Lost Their Stripes by…

What If The Zebras Lost Their Stripes

by John Reitano

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Media: Non specified, I think water color was used.
Age Appropriateness: primary, intermediate, middle school
Review/ Critique: This book was about zebras loosing the stripe and what they would act like if they would have, it discusses if they would become hostile or if they would stay friends. At the end it is talked about how they would remain friends and love each other no matter what. This was a great fantasy because it incorporated a very real issue we face in life in such a way that children could understand it and make it applicable through the zebras world only.
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