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Meet Yasmin!

by Saadia Faruqi

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In this compilation of four separately published books, Pakistani American second grader Yasmin learns to cope with the small problems of school and home, while gaining confidence in her own skills and creative abilities.
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Early chapter book featuring Yasmin, a sweet, thoughtful and sassy second grader.
There are 4 stories in the collection, with each story having just 3 chapters. Yasmin has a particular problem in each story and it is resolved in a positive way by the end of chapter 3.
Lots of colorful illustrations to go along with the text. Perfect for a beginning chapter book reader. ( )
  deslivres5 | May 9, 2021 |
Great children fiction book for 1st-2nd graders. It follows Yasmin on her journey to find the solution to solve her "life-little" problems. It highlights the beauty of imagination and problem solving. I think this book is meant to encourage students to be creative when a problem arrives. ( )
  Adelmi | Apr 5, 2021 |
This book is about a young Pakistani American girl named yasmin, in which in this series yasmin embarks on different adventures. In this specific book, yasmin explores the world using maps and embarks on different adventures in her city. ( )
  virreyes7 | Mar 28, 2021 |
Yasmin the Explorer
Yasmin the Painter
Yasmin the Builder
Yasmin the Fashionista

Vivacious Yasmin is on the scene! She's a proud Muslim who lives with her Mama, Baba, Nani, and Nana. A few Urdu words are included, and there's a helpful glossary in the back, as well as arts & crafts project ideas. A fantastic, fun addition to the advanced early reader/early chapter book canon. ( )
  JennyArch | Dec 20, 2020 |
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